Kylie Jenner's Makeup Line Ignites Uproar Among Parents Over Names Like 'Barely Legal' and 'Virginity'

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Kylie Jenner is facing outrage over her blush line that comes with sexual names like "Virginity," "Barely Legal," "X-Rated" and "Hot and Bothered."

 

The 20-year-old reality star’s target audience is young girls, and the suggestive names have angered parents.

Jenner recently posted an ad for her "X-Rated" and "Barely Legal" blush — and the Twitterverse fired back.
 
“Seriously Kylie Jenner, choose better names for your products,” was one comment. 

"Disgusted," another user tweeted.

"Kylie named a blush barely legal. I'm gagging,” another person wrote. 

Fox Business anchor Liz Claman spoke about the controversy with Inside Edition. 

"To see these controversial names that are almost giving a stamp of approval to bad behavior or risky behavior, it really does upset a lot of people," she said. "Everyone is upset, so people go on the site and what do they do? Maybe they buy some." 

Kylie Cosmetics grossed more than $420 million over the course of 18 months and Women’s Wear Daily reported that the company could be a billion-dollar brand by 2022.

Jenner has not commented on the backlash.

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