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Kylie Jenner’s Eyeshadow Alleged Of Chemical Smell And Causing Severe Headache

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Kylie Jenner is currently on the seventh cloud after the recent launch of her eyeshadow palette product that seems to be getting extremely popular among the people. There's absolutely no denying that Kylie Cosmetics line of eyeshadows, lip kits, and other beauty products are one of the best in the makeup market right now. However, some consumers find her new beauty product as quite disturbing and filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.

According to TMZ, as many as 15 women have complained of peculiar odors and severe headaches in the last two weeks after using Kylie's Royal Peach Eyeshadow Palette. Most of them alleged of spray paint, chemicals and glue and paint thinner like smells coming out of the product after opening the packaging. It was so stinky that one customer threw the entire package out of her house. There is also a complaint of rigorous headache after using the makeup item.

As reported by Dailymail, Kylie Cosmetics has launched a probe regarding the matter and found that it's the packaging that contains an adhesive causing the smell. The company further claims the product to be completely safe, however, no word has been disclosed about the changing in packaging. "We received fewer complaints this week. We tried to reach to Kylie Cosmetics with no proper reply," said BBB.

The complaints came just before the 19-year-old was set to open another pop-up shop in the New York City. The unpleasant fragrance also made the frustrated consumers to take the matter on the social media where they expressed their annoyance with Peach Palette's scent, stated Teenvogue.

Let's just hope that the "Keeping up with the Kardashians" star and influential teen fashion designer will clear the serious air regarding her beauty line products for good very soon.

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