Kylie Jenner’s new skincare line Kylie’s Skin is all the rage in the makeup world right now…with White teens…
In case you missed it, Kylie launched her skincare line and dropped a short video washing her face with her products. Simple, right? Not so much. Fans aren’t feeling Kylie’s product demonstration because sis had the nerve to wash her face while using a Snapchat filter.
Teens may be impressed by Kylie’s beautifully packaged products, but Black people are sticking with their Fenty Beauty. From her ridiculous walnut scrub to her foam wash, here’s what people are saying about her new line.
Kylie Jenner Apparently Doesn’t Know How to Wash Her Face According to this Video was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
this how you wash your face when you can buy new skin— dungeon dragon (@fatheadkynedy) May 29, 2019
This video is giving me I don't wash my legs vibes— 4.5 𝖊𝖆𝖗𝖋𝖖𝖚𝖆𝖐𝖊 (@breezyahhh) May 29, 2019
Watching Kylie getting dragged for her foundation towel and 7 seconds face wash... This sweet tea is delicious... pic.twitter.com/JEkC0M80IS— Dirk Suave (@SuaveDirk) May 29, 2019
This "demonstration" is bafflingly half assed and doesn't help the brand at all. pic.twitter.com/2gVwOj3GRJ— Maxine & Kyle Barker-Shaw's Son (@BespokeOnDrae) May 29, 2019
The foundation on the towel at the end pic.twitter.com/UHQn8qddUF— cinderellaahhh (@cindychantelles) May 29, 2019
we wearing Fenty anyways 🤷🏽♀️— SAF ⁶𓅓✗𝘖 | سفيرة (@safknws) May 29, 2019
This just proves that Kylie did no type of research and doesn’t know what she’s doing at all, not even caring she might be damaging her fans faces with horrible advice— Angelina Rose (@Ms_AngelinaRose) May 29, 2019
Crushed walnuts shells literally leave micro-lacerations all over your face. Stop lying and saying you use this shit when you know damn right well you don't because no skincare specialist worth a damn would ever apply such a thing and you know you use them #KylieSkin— 🃏Jester's Trix🃏 (@JestersTrix) May 28, 2019
Waiting for when a dermatologist reviews the #KylieSkin line instead of a bunch of 13-20 year olds who just got it in the mail— sheeva (@sheevarostami) May 27, 2019