Kylie Jenner’s fans slam her for makeup names like ‘virginity'
Kylie Jenner fans aren’t happy that the makeup maven used scandalous names for her blushes when a majority of her customers are “barely” teenagers.
The reality TV star and new mom to a baby girl, Stormi, advertised her pressed blushes on Tuesday, which have names like “virginity,” “barely legal” and “X-rated.”
The questionable naming choices left some fans uncomfortable, especially knowing Kylie customers are often as young as 12.
“Seriously @KylieJenner, choose better names for your products. You have 12+ year old fans! ‘Barely Legal’ ‘Virginity,’” one user wrote.
Kylie Jenner received criticism from her fans after sharing a line of make up with the text “X Rated” and “Barely Legal” on Instagram.
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Another added, “Kylie Jenner has blushers called ‘Barely Legal’ and ‘Virginity’ targeting teenagers. Wtf?”
“Kylie’s blushes are: ‘virginity’ ‘x rated’ and ‘barely legal’ she is like selling her lack of a childhood in makeup form do what you will,” one user wrote.
A fourth social media user called out the 20-year-old’s branding choices considering the controversy surrounding her previous relationship with Tyga — who is eight years older than her — when she was just a teen.
“What with the whole Tyga thing you’d think Kylie Jenner might think twice about releasing a blush called ‘barely legal,’” the user wrote.
Jenner is now dating rapper Travis Scott, who is the father of daughter Stormi.
Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner empire, revealed to Women’s Wear Daily in August that Kylie Cosmetics grossed more than $420 million over the course of 18 months.
WWD reported that Kylie Cosmetics could be the next $1 billion brand by 2022.
Kylie Jenner has not commented on the backlash regarding her recent blush names.
A rep for the star did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.