Kylie Jenner, the youngest of the high-profile Kardashian-Jenner siblings from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” shocked everyone when Forbes named her the youngest self-made billionaire last year. However, Jenner has no plans of resting on her laurels yet.

If plans push through, she’ll be raking in even more money in the years to come. In a recent interview, Kylie already revealed plans of expanding Kylie Cosmetics internationally.

“But hopefully we can expand and get a big infrastructure behind Kylie Cosmetics, and go worldwide and get more amazing people on the team to expand the business,” Kylie Jenner told Harper’s Bazaar in an interview.

Despite plans to go global, Kylie said the global business will still be under the current setup. “I mean, we have a great team,” Jenner said. “But it’s me and my mom kind of leading the pack, which will still be the case.”

Kylie’s creativity has always been the fire that kept Kylie Cosmetics on top of the game. “Kylie does all of the creative stuff—she’s the CEO, CMO, CCO,” Kris Jenner explained. “She’s been so amazing, the way she has grown this company. I’m like the COO. I help keep everything running behind the scenes. But she had this vision when she was 15, and it’s been remarkable to watch it come to life, to step back and see it evolve.”

Kylie Jenner honestly admitted that she never thought her cosmetic line would reach the level of success it did. While she has always been passionate about lipsticks and makeup, she never thought she could make a living out of her passion.

“I didn’t think it was possible,” the business mogul said. “I didn’t think that this could really be my job. I always loved makeup, though. I wanted to watch tutorials. I would play with my own makeup or my mom’s. I’ve always loved makeup, and I was obsessed with lipstick.”

Last year, Forbes named Kylie Jenner as the youngest self-made billionaire when Kylie Cosmetics sales sky-rocketed with its partnership with Ulta. She reached the ten-figure make a couple of years earlier than Mark Zuckerberg, who became a billionaire when he was 23 years old.

Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner attends the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018, in New York City. Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy