Kendall Jenner just debuted her take on “corpse bride” makeup

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Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
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The Kardashian and Jenner clan are big on Halloween. As soon as we entered October, Kourtney Kardashian began decking her house out with decorations, including gigantic skeletons, skull centrepieces and ghoulish pumpkins.

Kylie Jenner took it one step further when she revealed that her latest Kylie Cosmetics makeup collab was with iconic horror movie Nightmare on Elm Street, complete with a truly gory and bloody photoshoot.

Now, Kendall has stepped up to the plate with her take on a Halloween look – with a chic, fashion twist, of course.

The Jenner sister posted a series of pics on Instagram with the caption, “yer corpse bride”. Except, Kendall’s take on a corpse bride is very, very, very far from scary. No seriously, she just looks as beautiful as ever. Her makeup involved matte skin, bronzed cheeks and a nude lip.

In one picture, Kendall's photographer applied a black and white filter on just her face and legs to give it a deathly zombie vibe but even then, she looks so stylish.

Proving the Mean Girls theory of lingerie being a totally acceptable outfit, Kendall went for a long, lace veil, white lingerie and super high white heels to finish her look. I mean, you didn’t expect her to don fake teeth like Cady Heron, did you?

Of course, the comments were poppin’ off with praise for Kendall’s spooky season look. Her go-to hairdresser Jen Atkin wrote: “👏🏽 This is ur season!!!” Hm, maybe there's more to come?

Kylie even left a comment to hype up her older sister, writing: “obsessed 🖤”.

We can’t wait to see their actual Halloween costumes on the 31st

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