Kim Kardashian is the queen of social media, constantly keeping us up-to-date with her antics via an array of flawless Instagram snaps.
She is known for her curves and her booty. Remember when she balanced a champagne glass on it and the picture broke the internet? Yup.
Sometimes, however, Kim comes under fire from fans who call her out for suspected Photoshop fails. The latest photo to have fans in a stir is a shot from her KKW Beauty Campaign alongside her daughter, Chicago West.
As per a quick peruse of the comments shows fans are convinced Kim's right arm has been edited, pointing out that it has a slight curve in it just above her breast.
GLAMOUR has reached out to KKW for a comment.
It's by no means the first time that fans have accused Kim of editing her photos. Kim shared a picture from her new Flashing Lights collection campaign, shot by David LaChapelle, which shows her sitting on a gold metal stool in a latex nude bodysuit holding a cabinet of makeup, alongside model Quinten Barnard. The caption reads, "@david_lachapelle for @kkwbeauty wearing GOLD Big Bank & Rollie available now at kkwbeauty.com."
Fans have pointed out that her bottom looks a lot smaller – leading them to question whether she's Photoshopped the snap - or ‘photochopped’ as many fans are calling it.
“The Photoshop is strong in this one", one person wrote, while another added, “Photochopped butt”. A third commented, "Crazy how they photoshopped yr fake butt to make it smaller. What an oxymoron [sic]".
But some of Kim's fans are also coming to her defence over the photo. One follower wrote: "Y'all actin like so many other famous ppl(which y'all love) don't photoshop their pics. She still making more money than all of y'all. Leave her alone." Another one added: “OMG everyone needs to chill…So people hate how she had her butt done, but now they hate her butt looks smaller."
Either way, it seems the aim of this photo – to draw attention to her KKW beauty range - has been missed.
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Before that, Kim last came under fire for potentially photoshopping - although this time it wasn't a clever angle or a flattering filter. In fact, it wasn't even a slimmed face or a nipped in waist, but a change in her actual eye colour.
Only awkwardly, the 37-year-old didn't realise that her hairdresser, Chris Appleton, had posted exactly the same photo - but with one noticeable difference.
Here’s Kimmy’s first shot, which quickly amassed over a million likes…
And here is Chris's...
At first glance, there's not much difference but if you really study them both then you'll notice the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's eyes are completely different shades.
In the mother-of-three's picture, her eyes look almost hazel coloured, while in her hair stylist's snap, they look darker brown.
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The super-sleuth Instagram account was first to spot the difference and lots of fans noticed, too.
One said: "Brown eyes are beautiful too! Your eyes are not hazel, be proud of natural beauty."
Another added: "Why did you change your eye color?"
While one more commented: "The editing is so freaking funny!"
Despite the comments, the could just be Kim getting a bit over-eager with the filters as that can change colour tones.
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In March, Kim came under fire after she posted in support of the Parkland shooting victims, but it was being talked about for all the wrong reasons.
Kim posted a snap of herself to show her support for the March for our Lives with a photo captioned: "Let’s March! @AMarch4OurLives @EveryTown.
But if you look closely at the background, something is amiss.
Fans were quick to note that the car in the background of Kimmy's picture appears totally squished, leading them to think it was Photoshopped.
Here's the original photo from the paps...
Her fans were quick to roast her on Twitter for the apparent blunder.
However, it later came to light that it was, in fact, a photo warping app which creates that exact effect, rather than Photoshop.
At least Kim was throwing her support behind a good cause on this one- Photoshop fail or not. Well played, Kimmy.