Amidst a courtroom battle, the Kardashian sisters admit they aren’t beauty experts and probably wouldn’t be much help picking out new makeup.
Madness in March continues for the Kardashian clan. The ladies have faced home invasion, car accidents, stalkers and sex tape scandals this month, and now they can add a lawsuit to their streak of bad luck.
The Kardashian sisters have found themselves in a legal dispute over the name of their beauty line, formerly known as Kroma. Makeup artist Lee Tillett is suing them for copyright infringement over the Kroma name, which she is claiming as her own. The company name has since been changed to Kardashian Beauty.
Some of the drama involved with the lawsuit was seen going down on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but what hadn’t become public knowledge yet was the ladies’ involvement in the creation of the line, or lack thereof.
After being grilled by lawyers in relation to the legal dispute, the details of Kim, Kourtney and Khloé’s actual job descriptions became a little more clear. And it seems if you’re in need of expert makeup advice, you might want to head elsewhere.
“… I’m just one foundation color, so I know what would look best on me, but I’m not really good at saying what I think would look good for a darker or lighter skin,” admitted Kim.
Apparently, the actual beauty experts gather products they think the trio might like and present the makeup to Kourtney, Kim and Khloé, who then pick out and give approval on everything that will be in the beauty line.
In addition to the beauty line, the sisters also have Kardashian Kollection apparel lines, which include handbags, dresses and intimates. Kim also announced an exciting new launch recently via Twitter.
If you watch the show, you already know their level of involvement with their other clothing lines, which sounds awfully similar to their beauty line responsibilities. We’ll let you formulate your own hypothesis on what they do for the new baby line!