Apparently, customers were surprised to find random names and addresses of other customers on their own checkout page, leading to a not-so-safe output of information.UPDATE Mon, April 11: Kylie Jenner revealed major lip kit news over the weekend: she’s launching matte metallic shades, just in time for Coachella. She’ll also be restocking all of her shades: Dolce K, Candy K, True Brown K, Koko K, Kourt K, Posie K, Mary Jo K and 22, along with her brand new glosses, Like, Literally and So Cute.You can choose from “X Rated” (bright peach), “Barely Legal” (bubblegum pink), “Virginity” (bright fuchsia), “Hot and Bothered” (reddish-orange), or “Hopeless Romantic” (bold red). Not long after releasing her new velvet lip kits, which come in four shades ranging from a pale, grayish pink to an orangey brown, Jenner launched a St. According to the instructions on the site, “Customers can choose free Gloss and/or Metal based on spend.So if highlighters aren’t quite your thing, you can now add some color to your complexion with her latest endeavor. Customers can choose from King K, Reign, Heir, Like, Literally and So Cute only while supplies last.” What do you need to spend? gets you one gloss or metal, : two free products, : three products, 0: four products, 5: five products, and 0 will get you a whopping six free products.
The collection, which includes a matte orange-red, a pinky coral and mauve, along with a glossy nude shade, is sold in a set of four for , or in a bundle that also includes the new highlighter, blush and bronzer palette for .
So I love you guys and we will be back almost every week like I keep promising.” RELATED VIDEO: The Top 5 Reasons We’re Obsessed with Kylie Jenner However, with all of this terrible news, there’s a silver lining.
If you’re one of the few lucky enough to successfully purchase a lip kit, your long-awaited lip products aren’t the only treat you’re about to receive — there’s a surprise, rather, a “suprise,” coming your way.
But when it wasn’t fixed, the beauty mogul followed up with a plea to her fans, saying, “You guys, please don’t be mad at me. “I got this email, it says you broke Google analytics, there’s 200,000 people on the site, and it’s just too much for Google.” Don’t worry, Kylie feels your pain.
We’re trying to fix it.” Then the real mayhem started. “Nobody be mad or sad,” she says in an attempt to console her fans, adding, “I’m really really sorry if you didn’t get it, I wish I could be behind the computer doing all the technical s—, but I don’t know how.