The staff at a factory producing Kylie Jenner's makeup felt 'degraded' by supervisors and claim that they were even banned from looking at the reality star or her mother when they visited. Two former employees came forward with the unsettling accusations.
At just 17, Kylie Jenner launched her KYLIE Lip Kits. A year later the brand was renamed Kylie Cosmetics. Spatz Laboratories in Oxnard, California, manufactured the cosmetic products when the brand first launched, and two former employees of the factory said that there were rules for staff when Kylie visited.
Supervisors would say, "Don't talk to them, don't even look at them,'' one woman claimed.
"Before they would come in our supervisors would tell us, 'You are not allowed to talk with them, you guys are supposed to keep on working, you guys are not allowed to take any pictures or ask any questions.''
The former employee added that Kylie never spoke to staff and would simply watch as her products were made in front of her. She also stated that staff were expected to complete quotas of up to 1,200 products every day.
There is no actual indication that Kylie or Kris gave any instructions to staff or knew about the rules, and Kylie Cosmetics no longer uses Spatz Laboratories as its manufacturer. To me, it sounds like their issue was mostly with the factory work conditions and not actually the Jenners, but you be your own judge!
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