Bad news Kylie Jenner lip kit fans — if you've snagged a coveted matte lippie or a shiny new gloss from the 18-year-old's cosmetics line, then you may have just had your personal information leaked.
TMZ reports that when a customer tried to log into kyliecosmetics.com, it sent her to an existing customer's account, revealing that person's name, email address, personal address, order history and other details.
And with Monday's restock (and sell out) of the Lip Kits, this could mean as much as one million customers' info has been compromised.
Naturally, fans were upset by the glitch, taking to Twitter to express their frustrations.
— LM-Entertainment (@LMentertain) April 11, 2016
so disappointed in the security breach on @kyliecosmetics I don't like the fact I was able to see other peoples information, as well as (1)— Kylie Brandyberry (@kylieberry_) April 11, 2016
& Ppl probably being able to see mine also. This is the last purchase I will ever do from her website. You should at least acknowledge (2)— Kylie Brandyberry (@kylieberry_) April 11, 2016
It is said the company has fixed the problem, and Kylie herself addressed the issue on Kylie Cosmetics' Twitter account on Monday night writing she "didn't like" the glitch either and is "very serious" about her business.
I'm going to change our holding page ("the line" which keeps my site from crashing because of the mass amounts of people)— KYLIE COSMETICS (@kyliecosmetics) April 11, 2016
And find an alternative that still keeps my site up and running. I don't like it either.— KYLIE COSMETICS (@kyliecosmetics) April 11, 2016
But I love you guys and my passion for my business is very serious.— KYLIE COSMETICS (@kyliecosmetics) April 11, 2016
From claims of "sweatshop"-like conditions in her factory to customers receiving lip kits without any, well, lipstick in the tube, we think Kylie is definitely feeling the struggles of being an entrepreneur with less than a year of experience under her belt.
Let's just hope this doesn't happen again.
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