Kylie Jenner just debuted a new look, and she is absolutely twinning with momager Kris Jenner thanks to the new hairdo. Kylie uploaded a photo on her Instagram a few days ago, and the pic shows herself all dressed in a red satin dress, casually lounging on top of a sculpture that reads Kylie in bold, glitter letters. What makes her look so much alike momager Kris Jenner is the hair; Kylie who has been rocking a fairly long 'do lately is seen in a short, red, haircut, curled in a very vintage Hollywood glam look, and Kris is basically the ambassador for a short feminine hairstyle.
The photo is part of the promotion for Kylie's makeup brand Kylie Cosmetic's upcoming Valentine collection, a capsule collection that is released to celebrate the fourteenth of February. The lip kit queen has been teasing the products that will be offered in the Valentine collection, and it consists of lots of fun kits and products. The twenty-one-year-old makeup entrepreneur has shown off some of the products from the Valentine collection in her Instagram story, and there is, of course, both lip kits and eye shadow palettes up on offer.
As reported by Teen Vogue, Kylie is not afraid of trying on different hairstyles and colors, and although she has sometimes dyed her hair, she has also proudly shown off her extensive wig collection in the past. Those who have been keeping up with the Kardashian's might remember Kim begging Kylie to cover her blue hair when she was planning her wedding with Kanye, so she has definitely gone even bolder than a crimson red in the past.
The products have cute names like The Love Set, The Forever Set, and The Soulmate Set, and the packaging is all blush pink and glossy red. Kylie has teased that there might be a few reappearances from popular items in previous limited edition collections, for example, her Perfecting Powder from the 2018 Holiday collection.
Kylie Cosmetics Valentine's Collection will be available from February 1st, but since it is a capsule collection, it is advisable to be quick since the products might sell out fast.