New documents reveal that Kendall and Kylie Jenner earned a whopping $100,000 to lend their name to a line of OPI nail polishes last year.
The paycheck was part of a deal to promote the line along with their sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, all throughout 2012.
All five girls were paid a reported $600,000 collectively for the gig, with the two teens each getting an equal share of the profits, and, of course, a cut for their mother and manager Kris Jenner who also represented the brand.
According to the contract, which was obtained by Radaronline, the deal was signed off by Kris Jenner when Kendall was just 15-years-old and Kylie 13.
Kris Jenner, 57, was given control of the deal and was allowed to “approve or disapprove all materials on their behalf”, after OPI agreed to “provide copies of all materials for which it seeks approval to Kris Jenner”.
In addition to their pay, Kendall and Kylie Jenner also received a huge supply of nail polishes, every teenage girl’s dream.
The documents stated that OPI supplied both girls with “up to 100 of each color of the products for the celebrities to use for personal consumption or giveaway”.
And to earn their $100,000, Kendall and Kylie Jenner were only required to attend just one press day as well as a photo shoot.
They were also asked to promote the product via Twitter and other social-networking mediums on a mere two occasions during the year, which would clearly not be a problem for the Instagram and Twitter-loving teens.
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Kendall and Kylie Jenner are rising stars in the Keeping Up With The Kardashians clan.
And with Kim Kardashian currently out of the spotlight as she concentrates on motherhood following the birth of her baby daughter North, the pair are set to be in the limelight even more.
Especially Kendall Jenner, who was signed by the prestigious Wilhelmina modeling agency when she was just 14, has already racked up an impressive number of modeling jobs, including assignments for Forever 21 and Teen Vogue.