ACTRESS Jameela Jamil has lashed out at Kim Kardashian’s new body make-up claiming she prefers her ‘normal human marks’ instead.
She took to Twitter to slam Kim’s new body collection range which promises to ‘blur imperfections’, and includes foundation and shimmer.
Jameela said she was giving it a “hard pass”, as she’d rather accept her body for how it looks naturally.
She wrote: “Hard pass. God damn the work to take it all off before bed so it doesn’t destroy your sheets.
“I’d rather just make peace with my million stretch marks and eczema.
“Taking off my mascara is enough of a pain in the arse. Save money and time and give yourself a damn break.”
Kim, 38, launched her new collection earlier this week, and it’s already sold out online.
The body foundation, which comes in five different shades, costs £35.52 and claims to “provide a flawless finish for any look.
“The soft focus, light diffusing spheres blur imperfections.”
Photos on the website promoting the product show women covering scars and other ‘imperfections’ using the make-up.
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Jameela added: “I have such severe eczema all over that my legs are covered in huge patches of pigment loss from scratching.
“I have a tonne of stretch marks, and because I have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, *every* time I cut, I scar.
“I *refuse* to have these normal human marks weaponised against me.”
In response to comments she received, she later added: “I get that some of you may not be ready to go without body make-up.
“Because you’ve been taught to hate your natural body… which is devastating but so understandable in our current climate.
“But I’m not going to stop questioning and fighting the source of our shame.”
The 33-year-old is an outspoken critic for body positivity, and has called out the mum-of-four in the past for promoting diet products.
Jameela’s original tweet has been liked more than 70,000 times, with other people also criticising the product.
One person commented: “My skin may not be perfect but it’s mine and I’d rather be real. Jesus. More superficial c**p.”
Another wrote: “Its just gonna push insecurities onto young girls in particular abt stretch marks etc.”
A third wrote: “Now we need makeup for our bodies, too? Meanwhile, men are…oh, right…not wasting any of their time on this.
“Just going to embrace my cellulite and spider veins, thanks.”
But someone else said: “People wear foundation on their face by choice.
“Why are people telling others what makeup they’re allowed to buy??
“It’s like telling me I shouldn’t ever straighten my hair coz my curls are beautiful. Ik they are, still want straight hair sometimes.”
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