Typical teens make a few dollars an hour for jobs like babysitting or lifeguarding, but Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner were making $100,000 by the time they were in their early teens.
In 2011, the reality star sisters announced the launch of their nail polish line with Nicole by OPI dubbed "Kardashian Kolors." Kendall and Kylie -- now 17 and 16 years old, respectively -- snagged polishes named "All Kendall-ed Up," "Kendall on the Katwalk," "Rainbow in the S-kylie" and "Wear Something Spar-kylie" as part of the collection with Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.
The deal turned out to be pretty sweet for the Jenner girls, who were just 13 and 15 years old at the time.
RadarOnline.com obtained a copy of documents filed in Los Angeles court last year, revealing that the five sisters were offered $600,000 total and decided to split it evenly. Kendall and Kylie each made $100,000 for lending their names to the line through 2012.
What did they have to do to earn that six-figure paycheck? Not much. The girls had to attend a one-day photo shoot and a one-day media tour, as well as tweet and blog about the polishes on their own time. They also agreed to "use reasonable efforts" not to promote any other nail lacquer.
Since then, Kendall and Kylie's fame has skyrocketed and both have gone on to secure more business deals. Together, they have a PacSun clothing collection and have endorsed Venus Gillette razors. Kendall has developed a lucrative modeling career and is currently one of the faces of Agua Bendita Swimwear.