Kylie Jenner’s lip kits are so popular that the reality star is having trouble keeping them in stock. The matte liquid lipstick and lip sets have sold out yet again, according to recent reports.
Kylie Jenner, 18, told her fans on Monday, Dec. 14 that she would restock her already popular lip kits, which first sold out in seconds on Cyber Monday.
Prior to the sale, Khloe Kardashian promoted her little sister’s lip kit in an Instagram post. She shared a selfie of herself on Monday before the kits sold out again. Khloe captioned the photo, “One hour until @lipkitbykylie is released. I’m rocking Candy K in this picture.”
But for the second time in a row, the $29 kits have sold out yet again this past Monday. Fans have been getting mad at Jenner herself. They took to her social media accounts to claim that her lip kits are harder to get than Adele concert tickets. But most of Jenner’s fans have taken their rage to Designer Labels Company, who reportedly purchased large quantities of the Kylie Jenner Lip Kits and is selling them at well over three times the cost.
Designer Labels Company even spammed Kylie Jenner’s Instagram account. They wrote, “KYLIE LIP KITS FOR SALE! WE HAVE THEM AVAIL FOR SALE NOW! Text or DM to order! 1 for $100 ea – 3 for $60/ea – 5 or more $40 ea.”
Instead of buying the Lip Kits, commenters attacked the company, saying, “you’re part of the reason they sold out then.” One commenter even claims that the company cyber bullied them and their friend.
“After I call them out they attacked me on my personal page and called me names I won’t even repeat. And then also made fun of my disabled best friend and made a racist remark towards him. So gross.”
And according to a report via TMZ, customers are angry with Kylie Jenner because they paid almost $30 for one of her lip kits, and two weeks later, they haven’t received their orders despite receiving email confirmations and shipping tracking numbers. The report claims that customers have contacted Kylie’s distributor, C&S Sales, for an update on their orders, but they haven’t received a response.
C&S Sales still has not released a statement, and according to several profanity-laced tweets shared on Elite Daily, has not given great customer service. TMZ is claiming that several customers are now threatening to report C&S to the Better Business Bureau.
Erika Harwood for MTV News was one of the few lucky ones who received all three Kylie Jenner Lip Kits nearly three weeks later. She also recalled that it took her several tries to order the lip kits on lipkitbykylie.com.
“A few weeks ago, I, along with the rest of the world, tried to order Kylie Jenner’s lip kits. They sold out before my order went through, and I was never notified of my order being placed be it through the website or an email. Naturally, I assumed I was out of luck. That is, until all three of the lip kits showed up at my apartment.”
Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner has been distancing herself from her rapper boyfriend Tyga. The couple hasn’t been seen out in public or on Jenner’s social media accounts. When Tyga heard of the controversy surrounding her lip kits, he took the chance to slam her about it, an insider told the Hollywood Life.
“Tyga’s shaking his head that Kylie and her family saying he’s bad for her brand after he learned that her lip kits haven’t made it to customers. He sent Kylie a scathing text that said, ‘So I’m bad for your brand but you and your mom ain’t sending people their lip kits. Lol. Smh.’”
Kylie reportedly blew him off last month when she went to Miami for the Art Basel. She then hosted a friendship Christmas dinner with not Tyga in sight. Tyga and Kylie were then spotted attending Rihanna’s Diamond Ball on Dec. 10, but walked the red carpet separately.
But if you really want to get your hands on her lip kits, you can still buy them on eBay. But of course, you will have to dish out big money for one of them. Just one tube of Dolce K was going for $500 on Tuesday, Dec. 15, according to a Bustle report.
Have you purchased Kylie Jenner’s sold-out lip kits? If so, have you been experiencing problems with customer service?
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