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Kylie Jenner just dropped a bloody good makeup collection.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Oct. 5, the Kylie Cosmetics founder devilishly teased a spooktacular new release for her eponymous brand with a very creepy video. In the short clip, the beauty mogul had a full face of glam on and stripped down to her birthday suit. However, the 24-year-old star wasn't completely filmed in the nude as she was doused in blood from head to toe.
Let's just say the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum was drenched in the red liquid way more than Carrie was in the 1976 horror film. But despite the eerie similarities between the two, it appears Kylie's latest collection is actually inspired by a different classic: Nightmare on Elm Street.
Ahead of revealing the collaboration, Kylie asked her millions of followers, "can you guess who we collaborated with this year for halloween?"
"My spooky queen!!!!! Come on and shut it down," her sister Khloe Kardashian responded, with beauty influencer James Charles adding, "Omg obsessed with this."
On Instagram Stories, Kylie gave fans a closer look at the new goodies featured in the collection, which include a lip lacquer trio, an eyeshadow palette, lip and cheek stain and false lashes.
Considering the reality TV star is also known for her brand's extravagant packaging, she didn't disappoint in that arena.
The collection kit, for example, displayed an image of Kylie wearing a flesh-colored catsuit that was reminiscent of Freddy Krueger's burned and scarred body. Her silver stiletto nails seemed to replicate the villain's iconic metal-clawed glove.
As for the packaging for the products? They were emblazoned with blood splatter, Freddy's legendary striped sweater and a shadow of his image. After all, Kylie did call Freddy the "icon of horror" so it makes sense she's pay homage to him in more ways than one.
Now, fans can get their hands (or claws!) on the collection on the brand's website. Check out the new products below.
Kylie X Nightmare on Elm Street Pressed Powder Palette
This eyeshadow palette has 12 stunning shades including mattes, metallic, and glitter. They're highly pigment, soft, and incredibly easy to blend.
Kylie X Nightmare on Elm Street Lip Shine Lacquers- 3 Piece Set
Get your shine on with these highly-pigmented lip lacquers. The shades include Elm Street (a wild crimson red), Only a Dream (pink nude), and Never Sleep Again (deep red wine). Each lip shine lacquer is infused with Argan Oil for added hydration.
Kylie X Nightmare on Elm Street Kylashes
This limited edition set includes four pre-cut lash segments with a clear band that allows for the lashes to seamlessly blend with your lash line.
Kylie X Nightmare on Elm Street Lip & Cheek Jelly Stain
We always appreciate a multi-tasking product. This gorgeous stain can be used to add some subtle color to your lips or cheeks. You can go for a natural-looking rosy tint during the day or you can build up the coverage for a more intense pigment for a special event. It's totally up to you!
We love this stain because it dries down to have a skin-like finish and the formula has a cooling effect thanks to aloe vera and sodium hyaluronate.
Kylie X Nightmare on Elm Street Collection
If you are loving everything from this collaboration, just add it all to your cart in one step.
Since the start of October, Kylie, who is expecting her second child with Travis Scott, recently posted a series of images that captured her spooky décor. As she previously wrote on Instagram Stories, "We are really excited over here!"
From scary-looking witch mannequins to candy corn cupcakes, it's clear the star is in the Halloween spirit. But before she shares more decorations and her costume plans, watch her gore-filled Kylie Cosmetics video above!
If you're looking for more Kylie-approved fall finds, check out her favorite seasonal candle.
—Originally published Oct. 5, 2021 at 3:53 PM PT.