KARDASHIAN fans have claimed that Kim looks exactly like her sister Kendall Jenner in the SKIMS commercial.
Along with SKIMS, 41-year-old Kim recently announced her new skincare brand, SKKN.
The ad was posted on a Kardashian-dedicated Reddit board.
In the photo, Kim simulates reversing while driving a classic convertible.
She wears SKIMS biker shorts with a matching light brown sports bra.
The entire ensemble creates a monochromatic look that even extends to Kim’s tinted brows, matching her golden blond locks.
Kendall Jenner, 26, looked the same as she did at the 2022 Met Gala, her brows were also tinted lighter to blend in with her skin.
The poster captioned the photo: “God, is that Kimmy?”
Other Redditors quickly rushed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the unrecognizable look of the SKIMS founder.
One fan wrote: “I thought it was Kendall.”
Another added: “I love this look because the hair [gorgeous]the makeup is amazing and I really really like the brows.”
A third fan disagreed, “The hair looks so good. [but] why they do Jeffree Star eyebrows… Kendall did the same at the Met. Doesn’t look good at all.”
MORE SKKN IN THE GAME
While SKIMS is already a highly successful, profitable brand valued at $3.2 billion, Kim recently unveiled her goal to build a lifestyle empire with her next leg, a new skincare line, SKKN.
AT interview with the New York TimesKim Kardashian detailed the process of creating her new skincare line SKKN, as well as her aspirations to further expand into different areas of the trade.
When discussing inspiration for her new skincare line, Kim said, “I just wanted to stay true to exactly what I use, even if everyone said it was overwhelming.”
She continued talking about the nine-step skincare routine: “That’s why I’m here – to break it down to say, ‘They’re all essential.'”
Discussing the cost of the system’s nine products, which according to the Times is “$630,” Kim justified the high price by explaining her refusal to compromise on the best ingredients.
“It’s definitely more prestige, and in order to get the types of ingredients that I really wouldn’t miss out on, it was kind of a must.”
The founder of Skims then added: Products I [personally] used that were comparable were much more expensive, nothing to compare to. I tried to get quality at the best price we could.”
Later, Kim offered the journalist an inside look at the planned future products.
Products that included her own lines of “cosmetics, perfumes, bathroom accessories and homewares” or, as the shapewear mogul put it, “lifestyle.”
OUT OF COMMUNICATION
As previously stated, a total of nine items, including cleanser, toner, and exfoliator, in Kim’s “prestige” SKKN line cost a total of $630.
The reality TV star’s fans took issue with the high price tag.
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.”
One user per Reddit added, “That makes her so incredibly different.”
Another described the famous family as “really entering an era of detachment from reality …”
Despite the backlash, billionaire Kim claims high prices are a “necessity” to get quality ingredients for her products.
The mom-of-four also followed a lengthy nine-step process, insisting that all groceries were “essential”.
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