Ulta Beauty is criticized by its shocking email about Kate Spade’s suicide.

Unintentionally, the email sent by the cosmetics giant company for a Kate Spade fragrance on Sunday alluded to designer's suicide.

Spade committed suicide in 2018, hanging herself. She was 55.

The beauty tycoon apologized to The Post Monday in a statement.

One person wrote, "How disgusting it to use for clickbait," believing that the message was intentionally written.

One person posted on Twitter, "I can't believe I received this email today."

Before her death, Kate Spade was afflicted by anxiety and depression for many years.

Andy Spade, Kate Spade's husband, founded the brand in the early 1990s.

In 2006, the duo sold their share in Kate Spade to Neiman Marc -- a time when they were already iconic

He wrote that she was actively looking for help and working with her doctors to manage her disease.