It’s beginning to look a lot like a Kylie Cosmetics Christmas

Stephanie Panecasio 13 November 2017 NEWS

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Could we be seeing a Kylie Cosmetics eyeshadow palette in time for Christmas?

If there's one thing that Kylie Jenner knows what to do, it's how to "keep" a secret (we're looking at you, Snapchat). But you know what? This time around, we're more than happy to be getting a sneaky tease at a new release, because these images of an upcoming eyeshadow palette have us shook.

Posted on the @TrendMood1 Instagram, we've gotten our first official glimpse at the colours and formulations of the palette – and let me just say, it's an interesting mix.

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With reds, golds, taupes, pastel greens and a sparkly black, the palette is shaping up to be an unusual blend of colours.

Judging by the names of the shades that we can see (including Merry Mint and a vivid St Nick), it's definitely a Christmas themed palette and we're all the more hyped for its release. The background of the behind-the-scenes shot is very pink and Barbie-esque, so we're definitely curious about the contrast.

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Make sure you keep an eye out for the drop on the Kylie Cosmetics website, because it's bound to be sometime soon!

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