Kylie Jenner sued for copying Born To Sparkle eyeshadow range

The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner entertainment and beauty empire has been accused of imitating Sheree Cosmetics' palette

Kylie Jenner wearing Born To Sparkle (Instagram /@kyliejenner)

Kylie Jenner is facing a lawsuit for allegedly copying another beauty brand owner’s product idea.

The 21-year-old and founder of Kylie Cosmetics has been accused by US indie brand Sheree Cosmetics for imitating its glitter eyeshadow palette Born To Sparkle.

Sheree Cosmetics claims its Born To Sparkle product had been launched ten months prior to Jenner’s, which the reality TV star released on 6 August 2018, as part of her 21st birthday collection.

However, Sheree Cosmetics filed for a trademark of Born To Sparkle on 30 August.

Tiffany Herrmann, founder of Sheree Cosmetics, told Cosmetics Business: “As we were first to market . . .

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