Jeffree Star Savagely Drags Kylie Jenner's Holiday Makeup Collection

Danny Woods
December 12, 2017

Leading up to the holiday season, Jenner has had a number of launches for her makeup brand Kylie Cosmetics, introducing three completely new products. Nearly immediately, fans and beauty lovers started to react - and it wasn't all positive.

Anahit, another young fan, was upset that Jenner (who is rumoured to be pregnant) didn't make an appearance.

The Life of Kylie star tweeted again in her products' defense, sharing screenshots of other brush line prices.

Critics of Jenner's pricing say her brush line can't compare to the highly established brands, like the brands she highlighted in her tweet.

When Kylie Jenner shared the tree on social media, she wrote, "Thank you @jeffleatham & team for making my XMAS dreams come true!"

While a lot of fans were impressed with the sleek silver packaging, cute matching brush roll and the selection of brush shapes that would be hitting shelves on December 13th, a whole lot more were completely shooketh by the mega price tag.

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Unfortunately for Jenner's supporters, the reality TV star has no plans to confirm or deny her pregnancy any time soon. Will you be adding Kylie's brush set to your Christmas list this year?

And when Jenner explained that she tries to make her products as affordable as possible, Twitter users questioned her definition of affordability.

But even her explanation was met with backlash with fans angry that she alluded the brushes are made from real hair or fur. Morphe, BH Cosmetics, and Wet n' Wild all sell quality brushes at much more reasonable prices with excellent reviews.

In fact, it's not just the price that fans are taking issue with on this one.

Overall, however, the reactions still appear to be negative.

Along with her statement she posted brush sets from MAC Cosmetics, Net-A-Porter, and Kevyn Aucoin. Items were displayed on the front of the truck for viewing, but customers had to give the details of the items they wanted at the window. With brushes averaging roughly $20 a piece, however, the pricing is still high in comparison to brands like BH Cosmetics and Wet n' Wild.

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