It's hard to find good help these days. Customers who purchased Kylie Jenner's new swimsuit line are complaining about the "shoddy" quality of the line on TikTok.
TikTok users point out the "cheap" and "flimsy" material used to make the products.
Kylie can't be expected to supervise the
sweat shop workers who make her swimsuits. So there will be slight imperfections in the workmanship.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star released her new swimwear line, Kylie Swim, earlier this month, and bragged on Twitter that some styles had already sold out.
However, those customers who flocked to purchase the revealing sarong swimsuits say the new line reveals a little too much skin.
Many disappointed customers are demanding their money back and the complaints are piling up online.
Among the complaints posted by early consumers include claims that the material is "paper thin" and virtually see-through. Customers complain about the shoddy stitching and shapeless sarongs.
The wave of negative reviews dropped Wednesday - the same day Jenner's other new line, Kylie Baby, launched.
One reviewer wrote, "I get better swimsuits at (discount chain store) Target."
Another woman said she paid $250 for two sarongs - a pink two-piece and a yellow cut-out monokini. She refused to try them on for the camera, explaining the flimsy material "just shows everything".
"Don't even get me started on the quality of this one piece," the TikTok user added in her scathing review.
She rated Kylie Swim a 2 out of 10 stars, giving points only for accurate sizing and adjustable buttons.
Another woman was angry about the see-thru material, writing: "You need to be waxed, lasered... If you have any hair down there, it’s gonna show."
Still no word from Kylie about the mounting complaints and demands for refunds.
She is currently expecting her second child with rapper Travis Scott.