Kylie Jenner has been accused of copying the ideas for her latest beauty campaign from a Los Angeles based make-up artist.
Vlada Haggerty took to Instagram to show how strikingly similar the new Kylie Cosmetics images are to some she shot with photographer Julia Kuzmenko McKim in September.
Kylie Jenner has been accused of copying her latest campaign images
In both images a model can be shown covering her eyes with her fingers, which are covered in shimmering gold make-up. Their lips are puckered into a pout with ombré style red lipstick, with the finished images proving remarkably similar.
"Really @kyliecosmetics? Haven't you gotten enough 'inspiration' from me already? Left is the work @juliakuzmenko, @brittrafuson and I shot a few months ago and right is @kyliecosmetics new campaign," Vlada wrote.
The new Kylie Cosmetics campaign was released on Sunday
Her post was met with sympathy from some followers, including one who wrote: "That sucks so much! I'm only a local makeup artist and when something similar happened to me I was so upset so I can only imagine how you feel."
The campaign image was posted on the Kylie Cosmetics Instagram account on Sunday, and it has since received a number of comments from people stating she has copied the idea, however others defended Kylie for using the image.
"People just want more reasons to hate on Kylie since she's a successful young woman," one wrote, while another added: "Many people have the same ideas."
Kylie is opening her own cosmetics store
Regardless of the accusations, Kylie's beauty business is continuing to go from strength to strength since it launched in 2015.
The teenager recently revealed that she is planning to open her own cosmetics store in December, located in the Westfield shopping centre where she spent a lot of her time when she was younger.
"It was all just a dream. Coming soon to the Topanga Westfield Mall. I grew up at this mall… crazy. 12.9.16," Kylie captioned a photo of the storefront.