People are really not happy about Kylie Jenner's new product names

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By Mahalia Chang
Kylie Jenner.

Obviously Kylie Jenner — being Kylie Jenner — is no stranger to controversy. Her Kylie Cosmetics brand has found itself in hot water more than once since it started up, for everything from packaging, to formula, to people receiving empty highlighter boxes.

The latest round of outrage for the 19-year-old is being caused by the names of her newly-released blushes. Kylie announced earlier in the week that she would be making her first-ever full drop of blushes, with five new shades being added to her site.

However, people of the internet were not too pleased when they read the names of the products. The five shades are called, in order, 'X Rated', 'Barely Legal', 'Virginity', 'Hot and Bothered' and 'Hopeless Romantic'.

And while, for Kylie, these aren't terribly risqué, her fans are calling them inappropriate and unnecessarily sexual. Admittedly, the names are departure from her usual naming style — products from her line are usually family member names (Kourt K, Koko K, Kristen, Mary Jo K), plays on words (Maliboo, Dead of Knight) or food-related names (Banana Split, Strawberry Shortcake, Apricot, Brown Sugar, Dirty Peach).

Fans took to Twitter this week to express their displeasure:

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