Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner was criticized for photoshopping her social media posts. In this photo, the reality star arrives at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 23, 2014. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Kylie Jenner from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” looks perfect in every photo she posts on social media. Her hair and expression are always on point, and her slender body looks enviable from every angle.

However, eagle-eyed fans noticed recently that one of her posts looks edited. In the photo, Jenner had on a long-sleeved white shirt, which was pulled up to expose her thin waist. She also had on boyleg underwear, which hugged her curves in all the right places.

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But due to the uneven background, fans commented that Jenner played around with the photo before posting it. “Squats??? How about I call out your deformed moulding on the door to the left?” one user wrote.

“Photoshop and Photoshop and more Photoshop,” another commented, while another pointed out “the wall crooked, edited!”

As a reality star, Jenner is constantly being criticized by people. One of the things that made her fans upset recently was her new Puma ad, which featured the lip kit mogul modeling athletic shoes and outfits. Many questioned why her father, Caitlyn Jenner, wasn’t chosen for the ad, reported Teen Vogue. Caitlyn used to be an Olympic runner, so the ads would have been perfect for her, whereas Kylie isn’t really athletic.

However, some came to the defense of the lip kit mogul, arguing that Jenner might be appealing to the average runner and not professional athletes.

Even the products of her cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics, are constantly under scrutiny. Just last February, TMZ reported that several customers filed complaints against Jenner’s products, particularly her eye kits, because they caused chemical-induced headaches.

Around 15 people had filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau, stating that Kylie’s Royal Peach eyeshadow palette smelled suspiciously of “chemicals and glue.” The customers even said the smell was similar to “spray paint” or “paint thinner.” One person who purchased the product claimed that the product smelled so foul that she had to put the whole package outside her house. Another customer claimed it gave her a “horrible headache.”