The World Does Not Want Or Need Kourtney Kardashian's Lifestyle Site 'Poosh'
Kourtney Kardashian just launched her new lifestyle site 'Poosh' but people are not here for it.
The whole ~vibe~ of the site encourages readers to "unlock your best life" and "poosh the boundaries" but the good folk on Twitter have a lot to say about Poosh and, well, Kourt might want to cover her ears.
First up, there's the name itself, 'Poosh,' which -- says Twitter -- just sounds kinda ... wrong. Like 'sploosh' or 'whoosh' -- neither of which have pleasant connotations.
Let's not be too severe, however, as it's apparently Kourt's nickname for her daughter, Penelope.
Then there are the strong comparisons to a certain other celeb's own lifestyle brand, which launched over a decade ago ...
Kourt, you could've made more of an effort, doll.
After scrolling through the site itself -- which to KK's credit looks very pretty and nice -- we couldn't help but notice that the face of Poosh was, well, rather underdressed.
It's not just us, either.
We are not here to slut-shame. The woman looks incredible and has every right to flaunt it.
But Kourt's toned, tight bod is a product of great genes and lots of money.
Speaking of cash, you're going to need a lot of it to keep up with Miss K.
Look, we did find KK had featured a $120 mirror from Target in her 'How to update your bedroom' article ... buuuuut it was right next to a designer candle that won't get you much change from 100 bucks.
Yes, the mirror is more expensive however it's likely to last a smidge longer than the Maison Margiela candle, which has a 40 hour burn time. Consider the cost-per-use, people.
It's a similar case with Kourt's skincare routine which includes a (relatively) cheap-and-cheerful $40 gel cleanser along with a $450 hyaluronic serum.
Which brings us to the health stuff.
One article which has since been removed from the site stated that you should avoid eating gluten even if you're not allergic to it -- despite research saying the opposite.
Of course, Kourt, like her famous sisters, has promoted diet teas -- which are pretty much laxatives -- and appetite-suppressant lollypops in the past ...
Let's not forget that none of the Kardashians are qualified health or nutrition experts by any means so their advice should be taken with a grain of (very expensive, hand-milled and iodised) salt.
At least we have ex-partner Scott Disick's venture to look forward to if this tweet is to be believed.
Feature image: Instagram/@Poosh.