Kardashian fans spot a major editing error in Kim’s new video after she was criticized for saying the SKKN line is “too expensive.”

KIM Kardashian’s fans appeared to spot an editing error in a video promoting her new skincare line, SKKN.

The 41-year-old was seen washing her face once with the cleanser where her short nails were clearly visible.

Kim Kardashian's fans appeared to have spotted an editing error in a video promoting her new skincare line, SKKN

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Kim Kardashian’s fans appeared to have spotted an editing error in a video promoting her new skincare line, SKKNPhoto credit: Instagram
Her short nails were suddenly replaced with a long manicure

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Her short nails were suddenly replaced with a long manicure

Seconds later, a hand with long taupe-colored nails could be seen reaching for a second product.

A viewer on TikTok called out the apparent mistake, sharing a snippet of it with the caption, “Kimmy needs to fire anyone who did this lol.”

However, another fan pointed out that the video states at the beginning that hand models are used at certain points.

Kim has been accused of trying to appear “young” with the hand model.

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Kim Kardashian wears sheer panties and bra for the SKIMS line

“You want so badly to be young,” one wrote in the comments, while another added, “Imagine being so insecure about hiring someone to be your hands.”

The backlash comes just days after Kim was slammed for charging fans “insane” amounts for SKKN.

The reality star, who is currently on vacation with Pete Davidson, revealed earlier this month that her new beauty brand SKKN BY KIM, coming out on June 21st.

Redditors took to the platform to offer their candid opinions on the 41-year-old beauty mogul’s new business venture.

“This will definitely be their biggest business failure,” one person predicted harshly.

Another wrote, “But I’m sure after a while her sales will drop exponentially – as do many celebrity ventures.”

“These prices are insane…$95 for a night oil! Also, what’s the difference between the oil drops and the night oil?” remarked one.

FAN GAME

“Kim is so out of touch with reality,” added a fourth user.

Fans shared the same complaints about the Hulu personality’s nine-step skincare routine.

Kim – whose sister Kylie Jenner, 24, has been a hit with her skincare line Kylie Skin for years – described her new range as “prestige.”

The nine items, including a cleanser, toner, and exfoliator, totaled $630.

Some of the specialty products, including a hyaluronic acid serum and night oil, cost $90 and $95, respectively.

‘OUT OF CONTACT’

The fans were not impressed and complained about the high price.

One tweeted: “$630? That’s better not super big. Who the hell could afford that?”

Another chimed in: “You can get all this stuff for less than $100 from other brands. None of these things are special.”

Despite the reaction, billionaire Kim claims the high prices are a “necessity” to get ingredients in the products that she “actually wouldn’t do without.”

“The comparable products I used were way more expensive, let alone anything,” she told the New York Times.

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“I tried to get the quality at the best possible price, especially the vitamin C serum.”

The mother-of-four also stood by the lengthy nine-step routine, insisting all products were “necessary”.

Kim was slammed for the

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Kim was slammed for the “insanely” expensive skincare lineCredit: Instagram/Kim Kardashian
She is currently on vacation with Pete Davidson

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She is currently on vacation with Pete Davidson

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