Fans Are Absolutely Dragging Kylie Jenner for How She Washes Her Face

"Rihanna would have never done this to us."

  • Fans are dragging Kylie Jenner over how she washes her face in a Kylie Skin video.
  • People are calling Kylie a scammer, thanks to the foundation stains on her towel.

In case you missed it, Kylie Jenner recently launched a skincare line called Kylie Skin (opens in new tab) and people! have! thoughts! Fans already spent a bunch of time freaking out (opens in new tab) about the fact that Kylie included a walnut scrub in her debut line, and now everyone's losing their collective sh*t over a video of Kylie washing her face.

In the video, Kylie can be seen rubbing face wash on herself for approximately two seconds before rinsing it off and drying herself with a fluffy white towel. The thing is, said fluffy white towel comes away with mass amounts of foundation on it, and now everyone's out here calling Kylie out for being a "scammer."

Here's the video in question, which you need to watch immediately for LOLs:

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Twitter is absolutely a mess over this video, with comments ranging from "she’s selling products she clearly doesn’t even use. Rich bitch goes to expensive dermas lmao" to "if you’re gonna scam people, at least do a good job at it."

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Honestly, gotta agree with everyone when it comes to Kylie's face washing method. This is no way to get dirt and makeup off your skin, as that insane foundation-caked towel demonstrates. Then again this is just a simple promo video that Kylie threw up on a whim, sooooo maybe everyone should relax idk?

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Mehera Bonner
Mehera Bonner

Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.