While it is irrefutable that Kylie Jenner is obsessed with make-up and her cosmetics line, many are questioning her creativity and originality.
While the 19-year-old has been questioned of copying ideas in the past, a new example has recently surfaced that may be hard to explain or recover from. Reputed make-up artist Vlada Haggerty called out Jenner's cosmetics brand on Instagram this weekend, and the comments section has been on fire ever since.
A less-than-amused Haggerty shared the receipts, posting an image from a campaign her creative team previously worked on next to a promotional image Kylie Jenner Cosmetics recently shared on their company's Instagram page. Looking at both images side-by-side and it is hard to deny where Jenner and her team got the original idea from.
"Really @kyliecosmetics?" Haggerty captioned her post. "Haven't you gotten enough 'inspiration' from me already?"
Haggerty's post has since racked up over three thousand comments, with many applauding her for exposing Jenner's not-so-subtle imitation and roasting the teenager for her lack of creativity, while others are pointing out what makes the images different and sticking up for Jenner.
Is imitation the best form of flattery, or did Jenner go too far this time?
Take a look at the photos from Vlada Haggerty and Kylie Jenner Cosmetics in the post below and decide for yourself.
(Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Harper's Bazaar)
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