May 07, 2016 02:24 AM EDT

Kylie Jenner Unveils New Lip Kit Shade; More Colors Coming Soon?

Kylie Jenner has revealed a new Lip Kit shade. The 18-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star has also confirmed that she will unveil more colors for her cosmetics line soon. reported that Kylie Jenner took to Snapchat on May 5 to tease her new Lip Kit color. Moreover, she admitted that she has been using the lipstick for the past few weeks now.

"Who wants to see one of my new lip kit colors?" the young entrepreneur said in a Snap. "This is the only color I've been wearing for the past few weeks so you can see it on all my Instagrams and Snapchats."

Kylie Jenner's new Lip Kit shade is named Exposed. The "KUWTK" star has deemed it as "the best nude" that she has ever used.

The new color will be "coming soon" on her website, There are speculations that Jenner wore Exposed at the Met Gala last May 2.

Kylie Jenner's Lip Kit line has expanded to include eight mattes, three metals and three lip glosses. In an interview with Marie Claire last December, the 18-year-old social media queen revealed why she opted to start her beauty line with lipsticks.

"Lips are kind of like my thing and I've always been obsessed with lipstick and lip liner," she said. "I just always went to lip liner to overline my lips and I feel like I was really known for that. I can't walk out of my house without my lipstick!"

"It was so much fun," she said about creating the lip colors. "This is something I'm really passionate about so I wanted to be totally involved. So visiting the factories and just seeing how everything is made was really interesting. The whole process was so cool."

Kylie Jenner has also announced that she has two more Lip Kit shades on the way. According to MTV, the colors weren't revealed, though, so fans may have to investigate the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star's Instagram for updates.

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