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Kylie Jenner Chose Daughter’s Name For Makeup Line

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Sam Robeson - February 26, 2018

You guys know that we always try to find the good in shameless fame ho pieces of garbage on here, but I truly can't even joke about the new low that to which Kylie Jenner has taken her Insta pimping. And just her punchline of a life in general. This weekend the twenty-year-old new mom to daughter Stormi revealed her new "Weather Collection" makeup line with three different Instagram posts, and she declares that this collection - in which different makeup palettes are named after weather terms. Brilliant - is "inspired by my Stormi."

Surely wearing Kylie's makeup is like smushing cancer into your face, but still, the packaging design alone had to have taken weeks to create, and the product - available for sale on February 28th - has already gone through the manufacturing process. This all means that this makeup collection was in the works well before the birth of Stormi. Which means that Kylie probably conspired with branding experts on a name for her daughter that would translate to a successful makeup line.

Just let this sink in. The child is twenty-five-days-old and is already being leveraged for sales and clicks. On February 4th Kylie posted a lengthy statement to Instagram detailing the importance of privacy during her pregnancy. She stated that "There was no gotchya moment, no big paid reveal I had planned." Kylie. Your daughter is a makeup line. This makes an Us Weekly Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt photo shoot look like a sacred family moment, and now we just wait to see how Stormi packages the kid she'll have when she's thirteen-years-old. Unless her mom auctions her off full-blown Taken sex slave-style before then. Freaking trash people.

 

Weather Collection 2/28 at 3pm pst @kyliecosmetics : @jamienelson6

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