Take a peek at the comments, y’all are lit!
Honestly, even to us it felt like a little bit too late! Why didn’t you care about the Black dollar before? Insert thinking face.
Now, an unlikely person is coming to Kim’s defense—one of the campaign's models, Mouna Fadiga.
She’s clapping back at trolls who think KKW Beauty's 16 shade range is just a PR stunt. She wants the world to know she found her shade, and you can too.
"I can tell you that they did not chose (sic) me only to pretend; I had the makeup on and It fits perfectly my skin color. I am not wearing any makeup usually so I know when I have it on if it’s good or not and here it was the case, I even keep (sic) it on me and went have diner a friend,” she wrote in the comments.
We’re a bit confused since it looks like only two of the 16 shades could potentially be a match for Mouna's skin tone per the swatching above. Interesting…
Well, it’s not the first time KKW Beauty got the internet buzzing. Remember when Kim was accused of wearing Blackface in an ad? We haven’t.
Hopefully next drop she finally gets it right. *Kanye shrug* Will you be copping her latest launch on March 23—or nah?
(Photo: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images)
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