Mother’s outrage after daughter’s ear piercing got infected

Mother’s fury at Claire’s Accessories after she had to dig an earring out of her 10-year-old daughter’s infected ear ‘because staff member carried on serving’ during birthday treat piercing

  • Katy Jordan took her 10-year-old daughter Isabelle  to get her ears pierced
  • The mother-of-two spent £45 on the birthday present at Claire’s Accessories
  • Several days after the procedure, Ms Jordan noticed her daughter’s ear was red
  • Isabelle needed strong antibiotics to counter the infection in her right ear 

A furious mother has slammed Claire’s Accessories after her daughter’s birthday treat piercing became so infected it had to be ‘dug out of her ear’ and treated with strong antibiotics. 

Katy Jordan claims she was horrified when the £45 birthday gift for 10-year-old Isabelle Whitaker turned to tears after the earring got buried in her ear when infected skin grew over it.

The 36-year-old mum claims she saw the Claire’s Accessories staff member was serving other customers while still wearing the supposedly sterile piercing gloves.

Katy Jordan, left, pictured with her daughter Isabelle Whitaker, right, took the youngster to Claire’s Accessories in Keighley, West Yorkshire to have her ears pierced 

Several days after the stud was fitted, Isabelle was complaining about the pain and Ms Jordan noticed it had swollen slightly 

Ms Jordan noticed that a strand of her daughter’s hair had been caught with the stud and could have led to the problem

Ms Jordan, who is a nursery deputy manager said despite cleaning her ears twice a day with the chain’s £5 aftercare lotion the schoolgirl was left screaming from the pain in her right ear.

After extracting the earring a week later Ms Jordan said she discovered a ‘big ball of infection’ containing Isabelle’s hair that had got tangled in the piercing.

Once the embedded earring was removed Ms Jordan claimed the infection started to spread around and inside her ear and she rushed Isabelle to the doctors.

A concerned GP reportedly issued a strong course of antibiotics to tackle the infection and warned Ms Jordan to be vigilant of sepsis symptoms developing – resulting in her sitting up all night monitoring her daughter.

Ms Jordan, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, said: ‘Isabelle’s birthday treat ended up with her at the doctors on antibiotics and me on sepsis watch through the night. I didn’t sleep at all that night.

‘The doctor we saw was shocked and said it was quite a bad infection.

‘She put her on a high dose of antibiotics and told us the warning signs for sepsis.

‘The doctor said I needed to be aware that if she started struggling for breath or her temperature rocketed I needed to take her to A&E.

Ms Jordan said the doctor warned her to watch out for the possible symptoms of sepsis 

Ms Jordan said she was forced to remove the stud and then noticed the piercing had been infected so brought her daughter to the doctor 

Ms Jordan took several photographs of the infected ear to chronicle her daughter’s plight

‘Thankfully the antibiotics worked but it could have been a lot worse. If I hadn’t taken her to the doctors that day, you don’t know what could have happened.’

Ms Jordan claimed the issues began when she discovered just one person working in the Keighley branch when they arrived at 4pm on April 30.

The mother-of-two says the solitary worker was in the middle of piercing someone’s ears when they walked through the doors and stopped part-way through to serve customers at the till.

It was then the pair were reportedly offered a sheet detailing the earrings that could be used during a piercing.

Ms Jordan said: ‘It was so unorganised and ended up waiting 20 minutes to be served.

Ms Jordan said the member of staff was working single-handed and serving customers while performing piercings 

‘We were waiting for this other lady to get her ears pierced – she was going between her and serving customers.

‘When she eventually sat Isabelle down something that should have been a two-minute job took 20 minutes.

‘She wasn’t concentrating – she kept going between us and the till with these white gloves on.

‘Obviously she’s been told she’s got to run the shop and pierce ears at the same time.’

Ms Jordan and Isabelle chose gold-plated earrings in a bid to ensure the piercing wouldn’t get infected and the schoolgirl went home thrilled to be wearing the turquoise-coloured studs.

The following morning Isabelle complained that her right ear was sore but, believing the pain to be caused by it being a new piercing, Ms Jordan diligently cleaned it with the solution.

Despite easily twisting the left piercing neither Ms Jordan nor Isabelle were able to twist the piercing on the right ear because the earring back was reportedly on ‘too tight’.

Ms Jordan said: ‘We cleaned the piercing morning and night but the right earring wouldn’t twist as it was on too tight.

‘The back was pushed into the skin so when it started to heal the skin was trying to heal over the earring.

‘We used salt water on it too because it started to look a bit swollen and it looked as though the back was pushing into the skin.’

Five days after getting her ears pierced Isabelle complained that her ear was still sore so Ms Jordan replaced the stainless steel back with a rubber one in the hope of easing her discomfort.

However the following day Ms Jordan realised the earring had to come out due to how infected and swollen it had become.

Ms Jordan said: ‘We hoped it would go down and sort itself out. Isabelle didn’t want me to take it out as she didn’t want to have just one earring in because she said it would look strange.

‘She does dancing as well so she wanted to look nice for her competition.

‘I sat her down and said “we’ve got to take this out”. She was really upset and she obviously screamed when I pulled it out, it was absolutely horrific.

Ms Jordan said the piercing in her daughter’s left ear was fine but has been upset by her experience and was crying in pain while the right earring was removed

‘I had to dig the earring out from under the skin using a cotton bud and some of the aftercare lotion.

‘I had to scrape the skin off the front of the ear until we could see the head of the earring, it was like doing a mini operation at home.

‘It took 15 minutes as I had to take out a little bit of skin at a time. She was screaming – it was so awful and upsetting.

‘When I took the earring out she had a big ball under her skin of what looked like dry infection or a scab, I don’t know what it was.

‘The infection had already started to spread before I took the earring out but it got worse and worse after.

‘The infection was all down the back of her ear, the front of her ear and going into her ear as well.

‘At some point, while she’s been asleep or her hair’s been down, and it’s obviously got caught in there – in the scab there was a bit of hair in there too.

‘The skin had also grown over the front of the earring – in pictures it just looks like skin but I know under that there was an earring.

‘Who knew an ear piercing could end up in such a disaster?’

Concerned Ms Jordan kept Isabelle off school the following day and took her to their local GP surgery where the schoolgirl was put on a course of strong antibiotics and warned about sepsis symptoms.

Ms Jordan said: ‘I think the GP was being overly cautious but not scaremongering – she was genuinely saying we needed to be careful.

‘Thankfully the antibiotics, an adult dose four times a day, worked really quickly.

‘It was supposed to be a present for her, it was supposed to be something nice.

‘I left the other earring in because I thought if she’s going to get them re-pierced she may as well just get one done – at least she has half of her birthday present in.’

Ms Jordan said it has been difficult complaining about the service her family received at Claire’s Accessories. 

She said: ‘I’ve been in the store three times to complain and submitted a complaint online and I’ve still not heard anything back.

‘Claire’s Accessories need to train their staff better and they shouldn’t be leaving one person on the shop floor.

‘We should get a refund at least and some kind of compensation for what my daughter has been through.

‘Thankfully the antibiotics worked but it could have been a lot worse. If I hadn’t taken her to the doctors that day you don’t know what could have happened.’

Isabelle said: ‘I’d been really looking forward to getting my ears pierced as I thought they would look nice and my friends also have them done.

‘I was really excited when I was sat in the chair, the earrings I chose had a stone in my favourite colour.

‘It was really exciting to see the earrings in my ears afterwards but soon it felt really bad and really hurt.

‘Mum had to take the earring out because it went all weird. The doctor said we had to watch out for sepsis.

‘I felt a bit scared but then the antibiotics made me feel better.

‘My right ear is feeling ok now but I’m feeling a little bit scared about getting it pierced again.’

A Claire’s Accessories spokesperson said: ‘The safety and well-being of every Claire’s customer is our absolute priority.

‘Over the last 40 years we have performed over 100 million ear piercing procedures, and nothing is more important than our record of customer service and satisfaction.

‘We are investigating this matter and have reached out to Ms Jordan to discuss her concerns.’

Katy Jordan, pictured with her two children Isabelle, 10, left, and Mickey-Lee, 13, right, took her daughter to Claire’s Accessories to have her ears pierced as part of her birthday present 

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Canada Edges Cameroon; Japan Stumbles in Opener

Kadeisha Buchanan scored at the end of the first half, and Canada held on to defeat Cameroon, 1-0, in the World Cup on Monday night in Montpellier, France.

Buchanan charged into the box on a corner kick, and her header bounced into the goal. But all eyes were on her teammate Christine Sinclair, who is four goals from becoming the sport’s career international top scorer.

Sinclair, the Canadian captain, sits at 181 goals, trailing only the former United States forward Abby Wambach, who had 184 goals in international competition to set the record among men and women.

Sinclair’s free kick was blocked and cleared away in the 51st minute, and she had another good chance in the closing minutes. She had scored in the opening game of each of her previous four World Cup appearances.

Cameroon was a surprise at the 2015 World Cup, advancing out of the group stage before falling to China in the round of 16.

ARGENTINA 0, JAPAN 0 Argentina held the former champion Japan to a draw to earn its first-ever point in the tournament.

Argentina lost its previous six World Cup matches in 2003 and 2007 — being outscored by 33-2 — and missed the 2011 and 2015 tournaments.

“For women’s football in Argentina, it is great that we are starting to flourish,” Coach Carlos Borrello said. “We are starting on our way and just starting to face up to these powerful forces in football.”

Japan took until the 50th minute to test goalkeeper Vanina Correa, who stopped forward Kumi Yokoyama’s low shot.

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Russian fighter jet chases down US spy plane over Baltic Sea

Moscow military chiefs released details of the incident which came amid ongoing tensions between Russia and NATO.

The Russian Su-27 fighter was scrambled to intercept the US RC-135 reconnaissance plane.

Kremlin bosses added the warplane also intercepted a Swedish military Gulfstream spy plane.

It chased down the aircraft to prevent them from “violating the Russian border”.

The Baltic Sea is an ongoing point of tension as both NATO and Russia file troops into the region – both accusing the other of “aggression”.

“Two air targets approaching the Russian state border were registered over the neutral waters of the Baltic Sea.”

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NATO forces are believed to have been carrying out drills nearby during the interception.

Russia said its fighter plane compiled with “international regulation of airspace use”.

The interception took place over neutral waters over the Baltic.

It comes after Russian and US warships had a near miss in the Pacific sparking renewed tensions.

In a statement, Russia’s defence ministry said: “Two air targets approaching the Russian state border were registered over the neutral waters of the Baltic Sea.

“The crew of the Russian fighter approached the air targets at a safe distance and identified them as the US Armed Forces’ RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft and the Swedish Armed Forces’ Gulfstream reconnaissance aircraft.”

US and NATO forces have not yet released a statement on the incident which occurred on Monday.

Video has also been released of the Russian plane chasing down the Gulfstream. 

NATO forces announced last month they will be carrying out a mission dubbed Baltic Protector.

The Royal Navy’s current flagship HMS Albion will be leading the the missions which includes troops from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.

At its peak, a total of 3,850 sailors, marines, soldiers, and airmen will take part in the deployment along with more than 17 naval vessels in the Baltic region.

Russia has consistently denied any aggressive intent to NATO – and instead accused them of unacceptable military build-up.

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Lion-tiger hybrid weighing 705lbs is bred in South Carolina

Now that’s a big cat! Apollo the liger weighs 705lbs, ‘eats anything in sight’ and has been compared to a sabre-toothed tiger

  • Apollo weighs 705lbs and is housed at Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina 
  • Ligers are the rare hybrid offspring of male lions and female tigers
  • They are only bred in captivity and there are less than 1000 in the world

A 705lb liger bred in the U.S has been compared to a prehistoric sabre-toothed tiger. 

The five-year-old feline, named Apollo, is the hybrid offspring of a male lion and a female tiger.  

Incredible images of animal conservationists Mike Holston and Kody Antle taking Apollo for a walk in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, put into perspective just how huge he is.  

Some have compared him to the largest species of prehistoric sabre-toothed tiger, which weighed up to 880lb. 

Animal conservationists Mike Holston (left), who has the social media name The Real Tarzann, and Kody Antle pose with Apollo the liger in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Ligers are distinct from Tigons – whose parents are a female lion and a male tiger – in that they typically grow bigger than either parent species. 

The rare hybrids first emerged in 19th century India and are only found in captivity, as lions and tigers live separately in the wild. There are thought to be fewer than 1000 in the world.

Even among ligers, Apollo is a rarity. He and his three brothers became the first white ligers in the world when they were born in December 2013 from a white male lion and white female tiger.   

At the time, Apollo was the smallest, with his owners saying he behaved more like a house kitten, purring all the time and always demanding to be stroked. 

Ligers are the hybrid offspring of a male lion and a female tiger. They are a different to Tigons, whose parents are a female lion and a male tiger

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According to Guinness World Records, the record for the the largest living cat belongs to Hercules, an adult male liger also living at Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina, who is also Apollo’s uncle. 

Hercules weighs more than 900lbs and is 11 feet tall when standing on his hind legs. His daily meat consumption is around 20lb of beef or chicken each day.

In the video, Mike says: ‘The question is, what would this thing eat? I believe it would eat everything in sight, anything in sight.

‘I think a pack of these things would take down a herd of elephants on the regular for a snack.

‘Such a majestic beast, and it can get up to 40 miles an hour in a couple of steps.’    

Apollo has drawn admiration from Instagram users, with one commenting: ‘Its “the lion king” from the real world’ and another adding ‘What a beautiful creature’. 

However others were less impressed, pointing out that Apollo appeared out of breath from just a short walk around the park.

‘That animal is an abomination… a human made species that was man made just for fun,’ on comment on YouTube reads. 

‘That animal can’t even breath normally it won’t be able to survive if let loose in the wild… look at the deformity on its chest all that extra skin on its belly’. 

Another person agreed, adding:  ‘Please next time inform about the health risks of cross breeding this species such as premature death, diseases and muscle/bone decay. 

‘The liger is an amazing animal but the public should know that forcefully breeding animals that wouldnt breed normally leads to a whole bunch of problems, like what is happening with certain dog breeds.’

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Two British tourists, 19, killed in horror crash on Bolivian salt flat

Two British tourists aged 19 and their driver, 22, are killed in horror crash when their car flips over on the world’s largest salt flats in Bolivia

  • Freddie Michael McLennan and George Joseph Atkins, both 19, killed in car crash
  • Local Alberto Barco, 22, who was driving, also died after vehicle flipped over
  • Trio riding across Salar de Uyuni, world’s largest salt flat, when crash happened 
  • Four others were injured in the accident which happened on Sunday night 

Two British tourists and their Bolivian driver have been killed after their car flipped over while they were riding across the world’s largest salt flats. 

Freddie Michael McLennan and George Joseph Atkins, both 19, died alongside 22-year-old Alberto Barco in the horror crash on Sunday night. 

Four other people were injured in the accident, police said, but did not give any information on their condition. 

Freddie Michael McLennan and George Joseph Atkins, both 19, died alongside 22-year-old Alberto Barco in a crash on Salar du Uyuni in southern Bolivia

Traffic police commander Col. Bernardo Isnado said Monday that the vehicle was apparently driving over the speed limit when it flipped over on the Salar de Uyuni salt flats.

The Salar de Uyuni – which roughly translates as ‘flat enclosure’ covers an area of 4,086 square miles in southwest Bolivia.

The area is part of a high plateau in the Andes mountain range and was one a prehistoric lake which dried out, leaving the salt behind.

Police say their vehicle appears to have been travelling over the speed limit when it flipped over on the salts flats on Sunday night

Salar du Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat and one of Bolivia’s main tourist attractions

It is one of Bolivia’s main tourist attractions for its other-worldly appearance and wildlife – playing host to flocks of pink flamingos.

Dozens of tour companies operate on the salt flats, with the majority being based in the nearby town of Uyuni. 

However, multi-day tours can be booked from the neighbouring countries of Chile and Argentina.

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Jennifer Aniston: Friends star reveals a little too much as she goes braless in leather

Jennifer Aniston stole the show at the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie Murder Mystery last night.

The American actress, who turned 50 in February, put on a leggy display when she walked the red carpet at the Netflix event.

The former Friends star wore a classic little black dress for the occasion which showcased her tanned and toned pins but gave it an edge twist by choosing leather fabric.

The high neck and sleeveless design featured a belt at the waist which highlighted her slim waist, but the star revealed a little to much when she went braless underneath.

Jennifer finished off her stylish look with a pair of black strappy heels and added a pop of colour with a blue bracelet which she teamed with a set of gold bangles.

Walking the red carpet her co-star Adam Sandler, Jennifer posed for pictures with her hair loose over her shoulders.

The pair, who worked together on 2011 romantic comedy Just Go With It, both star in the Netflix comedy which is set to be released on Friday.

In the film, which also stars British stars Luke Evans, Gemma Arterton and David Williams, Jennifer plays Audrey, a hairdresser and murder mystery novel fan.

The 52-year-old actor, who worked as a producer on the show, takes on the role of her Police officer husband Nick Spitz.

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Euro 2020 qualifying: Ryan Giggs open to Wales changes in Hungary

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Wales boss Ryan Giggs says he could make changes for the Euro 2020 qualifier in Hungary but defended his selection for the defeat in Croatia.

Wales lost 2-1, with goalscorer David Brooks and Ethan Ampadu impressing from the bench.

Both could start on Tuesday, but Giggs insists neither was ready to start in Croatia.

“I realise after the impact they made, a lot of fans are asking why I didn’t start them,” he said.

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“Ethan hasn’t started a game for six months and Brooksy didn’t end the season with Bournemouth. He only trained for two days.

“You’re already giving up two substitutions and you’re not being fair on the other players. That’s my job and it’s our job as staff to assess what’s best.”

Having beaten Slovakia in their opening game of this campaign, Wales’ loss in Osijek on Saturday left them third in Group E, three points behind Croatia and surprise early leaders Hungary – albeit having played one game fewer.

Giggs described the Croatia defeat as a “missed chance” and warned his players they would have to play “a lot better” if they are to beat Hungary.

The former Wales captain is open to making changes and, although Brooks and Ampadu were not fit enough to start in Croatia, they could do in Budapest.

“Brooksy’s ankle seems fine and Ethan was feeling his back a little bit but I think that was more from a knock that he got,” Giggs added.

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“I thought a lot of the players did well but we have to take the heat into consideration. Some of the players are short of minutes at the end of the season so maybe it’s about freshening the side up a little bit but also assessing how the recovery has gone.”

The venue for Tuesday’s match, Budapest’s 22,000-capacity Groupama Arena, will have 3,000 seats closed as part of Uefa’s punishment for a number of charges against Hungary fans, including racist behaviour in their match against Slovakia in March.

Giggs, who recently said referees should take teams off the field if players suffer racist abuse, hopes there will be no such incidents on Tuesday.

“I’ve talked before about sanctions on racism not being strong enough. They need to be stronger,” he said.

“But for me it’s all about concentrating on the game. I’ve got enough to worry about with winning this game. We hope that all the fans behave as always in all the games as they should.”

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Women’s World Cup: What is the pay gap?

Women’s football is fast growing in popularity, with the global viewing audience for the Women’s World Cup expected to reach up to one billion.

But the players themselves are increasingly questioning the level of earnings and prize money they receive compared to their male counterparts.

US World Cup winner Hope Solo has said the disparity between men’s and women’s prize money shows that “male chauvinism is entrenched” in Fifa, football’s governing body.

Here’s a close-up look at the numbers and how much the players themselves might actually receive.

How is prize money awarded?

The winners in France will receive $4m (£3.2m), double the amount of the previous tournament in 2015.

The prize money given to other teams depends on how far they get, starting at $750,000 (£590,000) for taking part in the initial group stage.

In total, Fifa awards $30m (£24m) to the competing teams in the women’s tournament.

For last year’s men’s World Cup, the total prize money awarded was $400m (£315m), more than ten times as much.

On top of prize money, each women’s team received a little over $800,000 for preparation costs and club compensation. The men’s teams last year each received $1.5m.

It’s frequently argued that this is linked to the difference in revenue generated by the men’s and women’s events.

However, Fifa says commercial revenues from the Women’s World Cup cannot be separated out from other Fifa competitions, as rights are often sold as a package.

Do players get all the prize money?

Fifa gives the prize money not to team members but to the national federations, which can choose how much to give to the players and how much to invest in other areas of the game.

These arrangements are generally agreed with the players’ unions and not revealed publicly.

The Australian women’s team said it had bargained for a 30% cut of any eventual prize money.

Other football associations we spoke to were unwilling to discuss specific financial matters.

“At the end of the day, the prize money ends up being so small for the women compared to the men, that we see players relying more on sponsorships, club salaries or federation salaries,” says Caitlin Murray, author of a book on the history of the US women’s team.

According to the world players’ union, Fifpro, women footballers in western Europe might earn a monthly salary from their clubs of perhaps €1,000-2,000 and an allowance of €50-100 per day from their national FA when they are on duty with the national team. The very top players would earn more.

Players in poorer countries may receive very little payment from their national associations.

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Caitlin Murray says the gap in prize money for the men’s and women’s tournament has actually increased, but says this year’s doubling of the prize money for the women’s tournament is “a significant step in the right direction.”

Fifa’s position is that the organisation is making significant progress in encouraging the women’s game.

Prize money “is only a small part of the investments FIFA is doing for the development of women’s football around the entire world,” says Sarai Baremen, its Chief Women’s Football Officer.

Over the next three years, Fifa plans to invest $400m-$500m directly into the women’s game.

Its last financial report showed that the organisation spent $28m on women’s football promotion.

Demanding a fairer deal

In the United States, the women’s team have taken legal action against the national football association over equal pay issues.

The Australian players’ union has called on Fifa to reward male and female players equally.

The Nigerian team staged a sit-in protest at a hotel in 2016 over outstanding payments, after winning the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.

A 2018 deal in New Zealand led to the men’s and women’s teams receiving the same payments and equal prize money while representing the national team.

In Norway in 2017, men and women started to receive the same pay for representing their country.

And the Dutch FA recently came to an agreement that will see commercial compensation for players grow, eventually aiming to match those of their male counterparts between 2021 and 2023.

Vivianne Miedema, on behalf of the Dutch players’ council, said “we are very satisfied with the new agreements” which are a step “towards an equal appreciation for both men and women.”

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Khloe Kardashian & Kylie Jenner Accused Of Photoshopping New Pic For Makeup Collab

Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner didn’t receive the greatest response from some followers when they were deemed unrecognizable in a pic they posted of themselves promoting their new makeup collaboration.

Khloe Kardashian, 34, and Kylie Jenner, 21, are excited about the new round of their makeup collaboration for Kylie Cosmetics but not everyone is liking the promo for it. The sisters both posted a new pic they posed for as part of an ad for the makeup campaign on their Instagram pages and although it’s quite an eye-catching snapshot, some followers thought it looked massively photoshopped. In the pic, Khloe, who is sitting in front of Kylie, is wearing a white bodysuit while Kylie, who is sitting and leaning into the back of her big sister as her hand rests on her thigh, is wearing a matching bra and panties. Both ladies are flaunting blonde hair and makeup in pink and yellow tones as Kylie holds a square makeup case that reads, “KOKO BY KYLIE COSMETICS” on it. See the pic of Khloe and Kylie HERE.

“✨KOKO KOLLECTION ROUND 3 IS HERE! i love working with my sisters it’s the biggest blessing ever ever ever!!! 💛 we created something fun for you guys launching next Friday! June 14th come sooner! Check out my stories to see the first look! @kyliecosmetics,” Kylie captioned her post of the pic. It didn’t take long for Instagram users to point out their opinions about the pic. “Didn’t recognize Khloe… than realized Kylie doesn’t look right either?! 😂” one user wrote. “I would love to see unedited body photos for realistic body expectations,” another wrote. “Is this supposed to be Kylie and Khloe? They are beautiful enough. They don’t need to be this photo shopped,” a third commented. “What happened to your faces? Y’all have truly disappeared…so sad!” another follower wrote.

The latest pic for Khloe and Kylie’s KOKO Kollection is not the first time they’ve been accused of photo shopping their pics. In Mar. Khloe was also accused of editing her pics when she posted a photo of herself rocking a sequined skintight bodysuit and in May Kylie was also accused of editing her photo from the Met Gala.

Khloe and Kylie have yet to response to the latest photo shop accusations.

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These 14 Sexy Swimsuits From Walmart Will Blow You Away — All Under $20

These 14 Sexy Swimsuits From Walmart Will Blow You Away — All Under $20

As you hunt for the perfect Summer swimsuit, there’s one retailer that might not immediately come to mind but is totally worth the browse: Walmart. Surprisingly, the mega store carries an array of affordable swimwear that is sexy, flattering, and everything you could ever dream of. You don’t need to waste your time endlessly searching on the site, because we did the hard work and rounded up the best picks for you. From form-fitting monokinis to gingham print one-pieces, all our favorites are less than $20. Keep scrolling to pick up one (or five!) new suits.

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