Kylie Jenner got fans freaking out when she announced she was coming out with her first full line of blushes. Each matte shade comes with Kylie's signature "drip" design in a compact that matches the color of the blush. It also comes with names some people say are inappropriate for Kylie's younger fans.
The shades are called "X Rated," "Barely Legal," "Virginity," "Hot and Bothered," and "Hopeless Romantic." Some people took issue with Kylie using names like "Barely Legal," especially given her younger fans and her relationship with Tyga, which may have started before she turned 18. Those critics say she shouldn't sexualize young girls through her products.
This isn't the first time the name of a makeup product has caused controversy. Kat Von D once called a lipstick "Underage Red" and had to go on Facebook to defend her decision. She said she was inspired by when she was 16 and wanted to go to a concert but was too young to get in, and didn't mean to create a sexualized name.
Makeup companies often give their products controversial labels, and sometimes the name of the game is getting attention. And nobody knows how to cause a stir quite like Kylie, right? Something tells me that this won't stop the blushes from selling out in about 2 seconds anyway.