Kylie Jenner SLAMMED for Inappropriate Blush Names… AGAIN

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Kylie Cosmetics has been a monster in the makeup industry ever since it launched in 2016, with hundreds of thousands of people crashing the site virtually every time something new comes out.

Don’t get me wrong — there have been serious issues with Kylie Jenner’s company in the past, like when she was accused of copying Jeffree Star Cosmetics’ packaging and when she charged $360 for a brush set that, frankly, looked cheap as heck. But, for the most part, the thrill of joining in on the Kylie Cosmetics bandwagon outweighs the kinks for most of her young customers.

The latest controversy the 20-year-old’s brand is facing has nothing to do with the quality or price of the products, however; the criticism is because of their names. Kylie recently relaunched her Pressed Blush Powders, which are named things like ‘X-Rated,’ ‘Virginity’ and ‘Barely Legal.

So like what happened right after they came out for the first time last year, people are slamming Kylie for selling products with such inappropriate monikers, especially when she knows she has many young fans making purchases.

One person tweeted QUOTE “When you have millions of teenage fans who look up to you, what do you name your new blushers? ‘Virginity’ ‘Barely legal’ and ‘X-rated’ of course Really? @KylieJenner. You literally couldn’t think of ANY other names to give them?”

Someone else said QUOTE “Kylie’s new blushes which are aimed to her tween/teen market, are called HOT AND BOTHERED- X RATED-VIRGINITY-BARELY LEGAL. WTH is wrong with her? Seems she’s getting desperate for attention & any way to get her name out there,even at the expense of her young fans is ok. Disgusted.”

Another fan wrote QUOTE “Kylie the blush names though! Virginity?? Is a little too much…..there’s TONS of names…..please keep in mind all the ages of your supporters”

It’s important to remember that Kylie Cosmetics isn’t the only makeup company that has products with inappropriate names. NARS Cosmetics, for example, is famous for having blushes stamped with sexual references. Do you think Kylie should’ve gone with different names for her products considering her young audience, or are people overreacting? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below and then click here to find out why the new mom was criticized for buying a sports car. I’m your host Naz Perez, thanks so much for watching Clevver and I’ll see you next time.

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