The 19 years old member of the Kardashian family has recently posted a video on one of her social media accounts urging fans to stay away from counterfeit beauty products. It seems that somebody created a clone of her cosmetics website selling fake Kylie Jenner lip kits that contain dangerous ingredients such as gasoline and glue.
Kylie Cosmetics are a popular brand of beauty products in the United States. As the popularity of the Kardashian clan grew, so did their business opportunities. In consequence, Kylie is the owner of a successful cosmetics line at only 19.
The publicity that comes with a show like Keeping Up With the Kardashians has its perks. Kylie Jenner, known for her curvaceous figure and sensual lips, managed to win the hearts of millions of viewers and promote her line of beauty products.
Among the most recent releases, the Kylie Jenner lip kits have rapidly become a fan favorite. Featuring a matte liquid lipstick and a lip liner, the kits are a fast and easy way to sensual, volume-filled lips. However, whenever a product becomes popular, copies are bound to appear.
It seems that somebody cloned Jenner’s website by adding the word “outlet” to it. Those who enter the fake website are greeted by the same design and products. Moreover, the fake products cost as much as the real ones.
Jenner declared in her social media video post that some fans have complained of the fake Kylie Jenner lip kits, their health being affected by the products. While some just got a quick sniff of gasoline and decided to discard of the $30 lipstick, others had to apply it to discover that it contained glue or other cheap ingredients.
Some buyers even experienced mild to intense adverse reactions as their lips started to sting, swell, and in some cases, they even got infected.
The celebrity is urging fans to stay away from any third parties as her products can only be found on her website. Furthermore, she declared that her team managed to take a look at the ingredients and discovered that they are extremely harmful to the health of the users.
Jenner is advising her fans to double check the URL when ordering one of her beauty products.
Have you ever had a negative experience with a fake cosmetic?
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