After a recent steamy photoshoot, fans of the reality TV star criticized the photos Kylie posted on Instagram, saying she was “copying” Hailey Bieber.
The beauty multimillionaire posted a bunch of pictures on Instagram. In one of them, she wore a red outfit to show off her Kylie Cosmetics mascara. But that got her a lot of hate on social media from people who said she was “copying” model Hailey Bieber.
Kylie Jenner Accused Of Copying Hailey Bieber
Kylie gave a playful smirk to the camera in the main picture of the photo carousel. She was wearing a bright red sleeveless bra top and matching trousers, and she had tucked her mascara into the trousers.
Her caption said, “Happy day because my brand new mascara and matte liquid eyeshadows are officially available on kyliecosmetics.com [lovestruck emoji] @kyliecosmetics].”
Kylie’s fans rushed to the comment section to tell the star how they felt about the picture. Many of them said that she “copied” the style icon Hailey.
“She kind of copied Hailey Bieber.. the Rhode peptide lol,” wrote one follower, while another wrote: “I just feel like a mascara ad, the focus would be the eyes! I have zero ideas that’s what you’re promoting at first.”
Hailey Bieber’s Recent Post
Like Kylie, Hayley made a subtle reference to her beauty accessory when she smoldered for the camera in a swimsuit that showed a lot of skin for the latest beauty campaign for her brand (Rhode beauty brand).
A third person said, “Aww, the Hailey Bieber lip-gloss pose [laughing face emoji].”
A fourth confused follower said, “Why do you have mascara tucked in your waist?”
Rise Of Kylie Cosmetics
In 2015, Kylie introduced her very own cosmetics line to the market under the name Kylie Lip Kits. The following year, she rebranded the company as Kylie Cosmetics.
In addition to that, they launched a mobile application known as Kendall and Kylie, which quickly rose to the top of the charts on the iTunes App Store.
Since the middle of the 2010s, Jenner has been a significant figure in cultural discourse. The Jenner sisters were included on Time magazine‘s list of the most influential kids in the world in both 2014 and 2015, with the publication emphasizing the substantial effect that they have among young people on social media.