KARDASHIAN fans have claimed Kim looks just like her sister Kendall Jenner in a SKIMS ad.
Along with SKIMS, Kim, 41, recently announced her upcoming skincare brand, SKKN.
The ad was redirected to a Kardashian Reddit board.
In the photo, Kim mimics reversing while behind the wheel of a classic convertible.
She wears a pair of SKIMS biker shorts with a matching tan sports bra.
The entire ensemble creates a monochromatic look that even extends to Kim’s tinted eyebrows to match her golden blonde locks.
Kendall Jenner, 26, rocked a look similar to that seen at the 2022 Met Gala, with her eyebrows also tinted lighter to match her skin.
The poster captioned the photo, “Oh my god is that Kimmy?”
Other Redditors quickly rushed to the comments section to offer their thoughts on the SKIMS founder’s unrecognizable appearance.
One fan wrote, “I thought it was Kendall.”
Another added: “Love this look with the hair [gorgeous]Make-up is fantastic and I really like the eyebrows.”
A third fan disagreed: “The hair looks so good [but] Why are they doing the Jeffrey Star brows… Kendall did the same thing at the Met. Doesn’t look good at all.”
MORE SKKN IN THE GAME
While SKIMS is already a highly successful, profitable $3.2 billion brand, Kim recently announced her goal of building a lifestyle empire with her next phase, a new skincare line, SKKN.
In an interview with The New York Times, Kim Kardashian detailed the process of creating her new skincare line, SKKN, and her ambition to continue expanding into different retail spaces.
When discussing the inspiration for her new skincare line, Kim was quoted as saying, “I just wanted to stay true to exactly what I use, even though everyone said it was amazing.”
Referring to the nine steps of the skincare routine, she continued, “That’s why I’m here — to break it down, to say, ‘They’re all necessary.'”
Discussing the cost of the system’s nine products, which the Times says adds up to “$630,” Kim justified the steep price tag by saying she refused to compromise on the finest ingredients.
“It’s definitely more prestige, and to get the types of ingredients I really don’t want to be without, it was kind of a necessity.”
The Skims founder then added: The products I [personally] used that were comparable were much more expensive, nothing to compare. I tried to get the quality at the best possible price.”
Kim later offered the journalist a glimpse of planned future products.
Products that spanned her own lines of “makeup, perfume, bathroom accessories and housewares” or, as the shapewear mogul put it, “a lifestyle.”
As previously mentioned, the nine items, including a cleanser, toner, and scrub, in Kim’s “Prestige” SKKN line total $630.
Reality star fans criticized 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.”
A user on Reddit added, “That’s what makes her so incredibly personable.”
Another described the famous family as “really entering the era of non-contact…”
Despite the reaction, billionaire Kim maintains that high prices are a “necessity” to obtain the high-quality ingredients for her products.
The mother-of-four also stuck to the lengthy nine-step routine, insisting all products were “necessary”.
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/5501699/kardashian-fans-think-kim-looks-like-sister-kendall-jenner/ Kardashian fans think Kim looks unrecognizable and just like her sister Kendall Jenner in the SKIMS commercial