With her family being sued for allegedly stealing the name of their makeup line from businesswoman Lee Tillett, Kim was recently deposed by opposing counsel and forced to admit the following:
“I’m not really good at saying what I think would look good [on other people]."
The Kardashians are embroiled in a legal dispute over Khroma, a makeup line manufactured by the company Boldface.
Tillett says the company - which has since changed the line's name to Kardashian Beauty - infringed on her copyright.
As part of the court battle, Kim was grilled by attorneys and explained that the “experts in beauty” brings her and her sisters “designs of what they think” and she can then “go through and give [my] opinion.”
Translation: Kim is NOT an expert in beauty. She just throws out the occasional comment on what other people come up with.
"I’m just one foundation color, so I know what would look best on me," she said on the official record. "But I’m not really good at saying what I think would look good for a darker or a lighter skin."
Kourtney Kardashian also sat for a deposition and admitted the product choices are “important” to the infamous family.
"We give our opinions on products, colors… because it’s our name and it’s our brand... it’s important to us that it’s to our liking and to a certain degree, so we just approve everything and also give inspiration.”
Sounds like a tough job, giving approval and inspiration!
Hilariously, this is the second time in recent memory that a lawsuit has prompted an embarrassing admission from a family member.