Fans are calling Kylie Jenner out over her alleged Photoshop skills.
The reality star upped her Instagram game while on vacation in Turks and Caicos to celebrate her skincare line, Kylie Skin. The 21-year-old has been active on social media, sharing sultry photos of herself and her closest pals (RIP Jordyn Woods) that many fans say have been edited to accentuate the cosmetic mogul’s curves.
Fans noticed several Photoshop errors on a recent photo of Jenner with friend, Anastasia (Stassi) Karanikolaou, including noticeably altered legs and arms.
“I’ll come back and check this later when the rest of the legs finished uploading,” one follower wrote of the edited photo.
“Can’t handle the Photoshops lately,” another wrote on Jenner’s post. “You two are beautiful regardless. Quit editing the photos, for real.”
While this isn’t the first time a Kardashian or Jenner has been called out for Photoshopping their photos, Kylie seems to be an easy target. A separate photo of the Insta-famous besties also drew criticism, this time for reportedly altering their waists.
“Next time you Photoshop your pictures make sure you’re not sitting in front of a pillow with stripes,” a user commented, while another added, “Photoshopped. The curved stripes from the pillow give it away. Just post real pictures, no one of any importance really gives a damn anyway. Just a bunch of voyeurs wanting to see T 'n A.”
The latest IG blunders come just days after Jenner shared a heartfelt message to her fans addressing her public image and personal struggles.
“I’m proud of myself, my heart and my strength. Growing up in the light with a million eyes on you just isn’t normal,” Jenner said. “I’ve lost friends along the way and I’ve lost myself too sometimes...I’ve struggled with anxiety my whole young adult life and after my baby I dealt with all the internal ups and downs.”
“My life is not perfect and what you see here on social media is just the surface. be gentle with yourself, move on, and let go. We are all capable of great things, worthy of love, and allowed to express ourselves,” she continued. “Do more of what makes you happy and be unapologetic.”