The Kardashian and Jenner family “business” is actually their family-business.
When it comes to the Kardashians, including the Jenners, you can’t help but to keep up. If Kim is not dominating the spotlight; you can look to one of the K’s, Rob, or even Kris, the ultimate money-maker herself, to take over. This family lives on Front Street. And their family business tends to be their actual family-business. With the latest Kardashian-Jenner news, and the current holiday season; you don’t want to miss why or why you shouldn’t indulge in Kylie Cosmetics. Or at least why Khloe and even Kylie herself cannot use Kylie Cosmetics.
We already know Khloe and Kylie are expecting…
Even though the pregnancies of Khloe and Kylie haven’t been “officially” confirmed; it’s pretty obvious that Kris will be welcoming new additions to her already bundles of grandchildren. In fact, November 15th, Kris posted on Instagram to thank Burt’s Bees Baby, and Oprah for the idea of “family jammies”. And how she had one for each of her grandchildren. In the photo, you can count 9-sets of pajamas. Just to refresh your memory, let’s briefly go through the family tree. Kourtney has 3 kids, Kim has 2 plus one on the way and Rob has one. That’s a total of 7 thus far; but becomes a total of 9 when you consider the expectant babies of Khloe and Kylie.
The Latest of Kylie Cosmetics..
When it comes to Kylie Cosmetics, the brand is doing quite well. Especially during this holiday season with its recent sales and exclusive products. A few days ago, Kylie released Kylie Cosmetics’ 2017’s Holiday Collection. She revealed on Thiccsgiving, that she wanted her fans to have an additional special treat for the holidays and announced a 30-40% off sale for select products til’ the end of Black Friday. The select products included: all of her lip products (as well as her lip kits) and eyeshadow palettes. Ironically, her lip kits and a few more of her products are a no-no for pregnant women, including her sister and herself.
Why Khloe and Kylie can’t wear Kylie Cosmetics & if you’re pregnant, why you can’t either..
So springing through the ideas of Khloe and Kylie to be expecting, they may both want to hold off on a few items from Kylie Cosmetics. And if you are baking beans in your oven, you might want to chill on Kylie Cosmetics if Fenty Beauty hasn’t already been collecting your coins. According to Billboard and Dr. Jacques Moritz, a NYC ob-gyn of Weill Cornell, Kylie Cosmetics contains a few hazardous and possibly harmful ingredients pregnant women should be weary of. The products you should stay away from until your bundle of joy has been delivered include her: Bronze Eyeshadow Palette from her Vacation Collection, Ultra Glow Loose Powder Highlighter, and the infamous Lip Kits.
Kylie Cosmetics’ Bronze Kyshadow Palette, the Vacation Collection ($52)
Dr. Moritz says: “the Bronze Eyeshadow Palette (from her “Vacation” collection) has aluminum, which I’d avoid. The powder also includes Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate, which is a category C and should be avoided.” According to the FDA, a Category “C” means that there is “positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience or studies in humans.”
Kylie Cosmetics’ Ultra Glow Loose Powder Highlighter, the Vacation Collection ($14)
Dr. Moritz says: “the Ultra Glow Loose Powder Highlighter (from her “Vacation” collection) has aluminum, which I’d avoid. The powder also includes Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate, which is a category C and should be avoided.” According to the FDA, a Category “C” means that there is “positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience or studies in humans.”
Kylie Cosmetics’ Lip Kits ($27 – $29) [Matte and Velvet]
Dr. Moritz says: “the Lip Kits are generally safe,” However, like any chemical[s] and dye, “should be limited to as needed.” According to the FDA, certified colors usually have “three-part names. The names include a prefix FD&C, D&C, or External D&C; a color; and a number. An example is “FD&C Yellow No. 5.” Certified colors also may be identified in cosmetic ingredient declarations by color and number alone, without a prefix (such as “Yellow 5”).”
Basically, do everything in moderation..
All in all, you can still enjoy your daily dosage of the Kardashians and Jenners, just do it in moderation. Especially if you are an expectant mother, much like Khloe and Kylie. After browsing kyliecosmetics.com, it’s not too late to stock up on a few items if you don’t want to check out Fenty Beauty or any other celebrity makeup collections. And if you’re interested in reading more information about the details for makeup products and more, head to fda.gov.