There have been some glitches on Jenelle Evans’s makeup website, and fans are left extremely confused! The website was not the JE Cosmetics site, but Jenelle seems confident that the issue will be resolved soon enough.
We have exclusive information about what exactly happened with her website, keep reading for more!
The website for Jenelle Evans’s cosmetic line has been hacked! Fans noticed that something was wrong when they tried to access her website, and the reality star confirmed that her domain had been bought under false pretenses.
Jenelle sat down for an interview with Celebuzz! back in April to discuss the launch of her new company. The North Carolina native started her own makeup line, JE Cosmetics. The outlet asked her about her line and other juicy questions.
Everyone regrets some trends from their past, but it’s probably a little harder to forget when you have been on national television since high school. When asked about the three biggest style mistakes from her youth, Jenelle was quick to remember some questionable clothing choices. Who could forget gauchos, the “big, wide, flowy” pants?
Certainly not Jenelle. “I wore those like every day,” she spilled. “It was so embarrassing.”
As for her second memorable misstep, the mother of three pulled a move that every girl tries at least once: at-home hair color. Jenelle recounted, “I tried to put highlights in my hair.” Unfortunately, “[They] came out bronze,” she admitted.
Luckily, she has now figured out the formula for hair success.
Considering that Jenelle now has a successful makeup line, it’s ironic that her third regret was a cosmetics mishap from middle school. “I didn’t know how to match my foundation,” the Teen Mom 2 star explained. “I wore it for the first time, I go to school and they were like ‘Are you wearing makeup?’ I said, ‘Yea, why?’”
Well we know that Jenelle knows how to do her makeup now, but what is happening with her website?
Teen Mom Talk Now spoke with Jenelle’s manager to get the facts of the matter.
“The original website…the domain was bought” and was made into a harassment site, her manager told us. “Fans are harassing her for her makeup line, and they bought the domain. In the domain they wrote nasty things about the line and also nasty things about Jenelle…they bought it and have been harassing us.”
He said that a lot of the negative feedback has been surrounding what happened with her husband, David Eason.
“We’re going to try and get her website back, and if not we’re just going to buy another domain and just go from there.”
They’re still going forward with the launch of JE Cosmetics!