She caused a frenzy among fans on Tuesday when she shared a glam snap showing her infamous phrase Fanny Flutters, which she coined on Love Island.
And Maura Higgins has playfully warned makeup mogul Kylie Jenner to ‘watch out’ as she prepares to launch her own 34-piece line with Inglot Cosmetics.
The Irish beauty, 29, also revealed that she wants to ‘do what the Kardashians do’ and use her social media pages to help sell her products, reports the Sun On Sunday.
Fighting talk: Maura Higgins, 29, has told makeup mogul Kylie Jenner to ‘watch out’ as the Love Island star reveals her own upcoming collection is with Inglot Cosmetics
Speaking to the publication, Maura warned: ‘I’d say Kylie Jenner would have to watch out. I reckon she’s going to be looking for my products in the future.’
‘I want to do what the Kardashians do and use my social media channels to sell the products.
‘I’m a very fussy person, but I’m happy with the finished results, it’s a dream come true. I’ve ensured there are so many colours to suit all different skin tones.’
Maura also explained how she has put a lot of effort into creating the 34-piece collection and emphasised how she hasn’t just out her face and name to it.
Makeup queen: Kylie Jenner’s own range, which she promotes on Instagram, has earned her millions
Taking to Instagram on Sunday morning, the Love Island star finally revealed who her range was being made in collaboration with.
She wrote: ‘This feels surreal. I can’t believe that I’m actually writing this but.. I am officially launching my very own 34 Piece Collection with Inglot Cosmetics.’
Inglot also shared more information about the hotly anticipated range, revealing that it will be available to buy from Wednesday evening.
They penned: ‘We didn’t come to play.. this is a Limited Edition 34 piece range which has been handpicked and inspired by the star’s iconic, glamorous and sassy makeup style and personality.’
Hard work: Maura said her range is ‘a dream come true’ and added that she has ‘ensured there are so many colours to suit all different skin tones’
On Tuesday Maura led her fans to believe that the collection was going to be named after her phrase Fanny Flutters.
She shared a video of her Fanny Flutters branding, which was up on a laptop screen, while she played the song Naughty Girl by Beyoncé on Instagram.
And alongside a picture of her YouTube page Maura wrote: ‘Got there in the end with all of your help. Thank you all very much.’
No way! On Tuesday Maura shared glam snaps with FANNY FLUTTERS, the term she coined on Love Island, across the images
Getting ready! Maura revealed more of the artwork for her make-up line on her YouTube channel but later had to clarify that the name FANNY FLUTTERS wasn’t for her makeup range
However a couple of days later the brunette beauty posted an update clarifying that the name was for her channel and not for her makeup range.
Maura has also been sparking romance rumours with fellow Love Island star Chris Taylor after it was reported that they’d enjoyed a enjoyed a cosy weekend locked down together.
Chris appeared keen to fan the romance flames on Monday, when he posted a cheeky snap in which he mimicked Maura in response to her Instagram post.
Fanning the flames: Chris Taylor intensified rumours of a romance with Maura on Monday, when he shared an Instagram post in which he mimicked her
Days after Maura shared a shot of herself posing in a pink mouse-themed robe and said she ‘just [needs] to find a Mickey’, Chris, 29, uploaded his own version.
The tattooed hunk was seen posing for his selfie in a black bathrobe while donning a pair of mouse ears as he wrote: ‘Just need to find a Minnie.’
Showing off his best smouldering pose, Chris even went as far as to mirror Maura’s pose, resting his hand on one side of his face as he pouted.
The post quickly drew reactions, with Maura commenting: ‘Interesting,’ followed by a trio of laughing emojis.
The original: Days after Maura shared a shot of herself posing in a pink mouse-themed robe and said she ‘just [needs] to find a Mickey’, Chris, 29, uploaded his own version