KIM Kardashian’s fans appeared to spot an editing blunder in a video to promote her new skincare line, SKKN.
The 41-year-old was seen washing her face at one point with the cleanser, where her short nails were clearly on show.
Seconds later, a hand with long taupe-colored nails was seen reaching for a second product.
A viewer on TikTok called out the apparent mistake, sharing a snippet of it, which they captioned: “Kimmy needs to fire whoever did this lol.”
However, another fan pointed out that the video specifies at the start that hand models are used at certain points.
Kim was accused of trying to appear “young” by using the hand model.
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“They wanna be young so bad,” one wrote in the comments, while another added: “Imagine being so insecure that you hire someone to be your hands.”
The backlash comes just days after Kim was slammed for charging fans “insane” amounts for SKKN.
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Redditors took to the platform to voice their honest opinions about the 41-year-old beauty mogul’s new business venture.
“This will be her biggest business failure for sure,” one person harshly predicted.
Another wrote: “But i’m sure their sales will exponentially decrease after a while- like a good amount of celebrity business ventures do.”
“These prices are insane… 95 dollars for a night oil! Also, what’s the difference between the oil drops and the night oil?” one remarked.
“Kim is so out of touch with reality,” a fourth user added.
Fans expressed the same gripes about the Hulu personality’s nine-step skincare routine.
Kim – whose sister Kylie Jenner, 24, has endured success with her skincare line, Kylie Skin – described her new range as “prestige.”
The nine items, including a cleanser, a toner, and an exfoliator, totaled $630.
Some of the specialist products, including a hyaluronic acid serum and a night oil, are $90 and $95, respectively.
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Fans were not impressed and took issue with the high price point.
On Twitter, one wrote: “$630? That s**t better be super-sized. Who the hell could afford that?”
Another chimed in: “You can buy all of that stuff for less than $100 with other brands. None of that stuff is special.”
Despite the reaction, billionaire Kim maintains that the high prices are a “necessity” to obtain ingredients in the products that she “would not really miss out on.”
“The products I was using that were comparable were way more expensive, not to compare anything,” she told The New York Times.
“I tried to get the quality for the best price that we could, especially the vitamin C serum.”
The mom of four also stood by the lengthy nine-step routine, insisting that all the products were “necessary.”