Kim Kardashian may have made millions by putting her name on a wide variety of products, from debit cards to diet pills, but when it comes to a business she’s actually familiar with — her makeup line — she’s been taking a strictly hands-off approach.

As part of a deposition in the ongoing lawsuit against Kardashian-endorsed makeup line Khroma, Kim provided a deposition in which she admits to having little to do with the products she’s slapped her name and face on.

In court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star claims she’s not even particularly good at determining at what would look good on her customers, so she leaves those decisions to the big guns.

“They bring us designs of what they think, you know, packaging should look like or stuff like that and then we can go through and give them our opinion of what we like best,” reveals Kim.

“[We] see what we think looks best or works best on us and help, picking the color, but only from a selection of what they give to us, … I’m just one foundation color, so I know what would look best on me, but I’m not really good at saying what I think would look good for a darker or a lighter skin.”

Are you surprised that Kim isn’t actively involved in her business deals?

Source: RadarOnline.com