Kylie Jenner’s latest ‘Birthday Collection’ dropped online on Tuesday 1 August with great success – but fans are urging her to consider dropping the prices.
Featuring multiple lip kits, bags and brushes, the collection is priced from £11 ($14) to £133 ($175).
The reality TV star, who’s launched so many beauty collections that we’ve now lost count, took to Instagram to remind her fans of the launch time.
With so many of the products selling out in a matter of hours, Jenner announced there would be a restock coming soon.
“Today was unreal! Stay tuned for a ‘Birthday Collection’ restock details on the ‘Kylie Cosmetics’ Instagram,” she wrote.
The brand detailed their full price list on social media for fans to see:
However, fans have taken to Twitter urging Jenner to reconsider her price tags – especially the ‘Limited Edition Birthday Vial’ for £45 ($60).
can ya maybe just maybe lower the prices for once lmaoo
— soph (@sophiaaarodri) August 1, 2017
girl if you want people to buy your shit maybe make the prices LOWER it doesn’t cost $60 to bedazzle a lipstick. Lower it a lot more boo
— grace (@ItsGraceBoylan) July 31, 2017
I know i mean it is in price range for a collection but the rinestone lip is far to much money…… that is what bumps the price up…
— Lyndsey Dale (@lyndsey_dale1) July 31, 2017
Is the Limited Edition Vial bedazzled with Swarovski crystals or something? Bc thats expensive
— Kimey. (@blacklighthes) July 31, 2017
kylie i love you babygirl but you need to learn how to make your prices a little more reasonable, this is unacceptable
— jennie (@jenniemahone) July 31, 2017
my original guess was about $25 for the single lipstick not $60 !!! that’s more than a naked palette
— g (@PharesGenevieve) July 31, 2017
These prices are crazy. $36 for a fucking make up bag ? who does Kylie think she is
— ليلى (@eonian_lovee) July 31, 2017
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