Kylie Jenner Shuts Down Kylie Cosmetics Facility Due to California Wildfires

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The Southern California wildfires continue to impact residents and businesses, including Kylie Jenner's make up company, Kylie Cosmetics.

A statement released on the company's Twitter on Sunday revealed that the location had "been significantly impacted by the wild fires in Southern California," and had to temporarily shut down to ensure the safety of staff.

It also noted, "many of our staff members have been evacuated from their homes, and have to relocate their families."

The statement concluded with a promise that the company is "doing everything we can to ship orders, while ensuring the health and safety of our team members."

Fire has ravaged multiple parts of the SoCal area this last week, beginning with a massive brush fire in Ventura County on Tuesday, and continuing with a wildfire that broke out overnight and into Wednesday morning in Los Angeles along the Sepulveda Pass, where the San Diego (I-405) Freeway cuts a path through the mountains to connecting West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. The fire was near UCLA and the exclusive Bel Air neighborhood, home to many celebrities.

ET spoke with The Mayor star Lea Michele on Wednesday, when she described having to evacuate the area. 

"Everything's OK," Michele said of the current state of her four-bedroom home. "There's so much going on in our world right now. You have to kind of just take the things that mean the most to you and be OK to roll with whatever. As long as I have my cat, I literally don't care about anything else. Nothing else matters. So, that was it. I'm shaking still."

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