It's no secret amongst beauty addicts that NARS's Orgasm blush is a well-known cult favorite product, both for its universally-flattering shade and its, erm, not-so-subtle name - so it's no wonder that Kylie Jenner tried to follow in NARS's provacative footsteps when naming her blushes. However, the Internet is accusing her of going too far with her own product names.
Earlier this week, the Kylie Cosmetics Instagram account teased the latest additions to the makeup brand's lineup: five new blushes, with names like "Virginity,""X-Rated," and, get ready for it, "Barely Legal." Considering much of Kylie's customer base is young women, the Internet wasn't here for it. Not to mention, as New York Magazine points out, the fact that Kylie was rumored to be dating Tyga as early as 2014 when she was still underage makes "Barely Legal" a little too ~relevant~.
— Abi (@AbisParty) March 23, 2017
has kylie jenner honestly called one of her blushes "barely legal" HONESTLY pic.twitter.com/OLhJoVGjZA
— josiest (@josieisamess) March 21, 2017
Seriously @KylieJenner, choose better names for your products. You have 12+ year old fans! "Barely Legal""Virginity"
— Girl About Toon (@GirlAboutToon_) March 21, 2017
Kylie nailed some super flattering colors for her most recent release, but spending a little more time thinking through the names might have not been a bad idea.