Fans of Kim Kardashian seem to have noticed the editing error in a video promoting her new skincare line, SKKN.
At one point, the 41-year-old woman was seen washing her face with cleanser, where her short nails were clearly visible.
A few seconds later, a hand with long dark gray nails reached for the second product.
A viewer on TikTok called out the apparent mistake, sharing a snippet of it that they captioned: “Kimmy needs to fire whoever did this lol.”
However, another fan pointed out that the beginning of the video indicated that hand models were being used at certain points.
Kim was accused of trying to appear “young” with a hand model.
“They want to be young so much,” wrote one in the comments, while another added: “Imagine being so insecure about yourself that you hire someone in your hands.”
The backlash comes just days after Kim was accused of charging fans “insane” amounts for SKKN.
The reality TV star, who is currently on vacation with Pete Davidson, revealed earlier this month that her new beauty brand, SKKN BY KIM will be released on June 21st.
Redditors took to the platform to give their honest opinion on the 41-year-old beauty mogul’s new business venture.
“This will definitely be her biggest business failure,” one man predicted harshly.
Another wrote, “But I’m sure their sales will drop exponentially after a while, as happens with a lot of celebrity business ventures.”
“These prices are insane… $95 for overnight oil! And what is the difference between oil drops and night oil?” one noticed.
“Kim is so out of touch with reality,” added a fourth user.
Fans have expressed the same grievances about Hulu’s nine-step personality skincare routine.
Kim, whose 24-year-old sister Kylie Jenner has been successful with her Kylie Skin skincare line, called her new line “prestigious.”
Nine items, including cleanser, toner, and exfoliator, cost $630.
Some specialty products, including hyaluronic acid serum and night oil, cost $90 and $95, respectively.
“OUT OF COMMUNICATION”
Fans were unimpressed and disagreed with the high price.
On Twitter, one wrote: “$630? This shit needs to be super sized. Who the hell can afford that?”
Another chimed in: “You can buy it all for less than $100 from other brands. There is nothing special about it.”
Despite the backlash, billionaire Kim claims the high prices are a “necessity” to get ingredients in products that she “wouldn’t really miss out on.”
“The products I used that were comparable were much more expensive, there was nothing to compare to,” she said. New York Times.
“I was trying to get quality at the best price we could get, especially the vitamin C serum.”
The mom-of-four also supported the long nine-step program, insisting that all groceries were “essential.”
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