AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner's Photoshopping game is concerning fans. After "The Kardashians" star shared on her Instagram account a series of pictures of herself dressing as Elvira for Halloween, fans accused the TV personality of Photoshopping the photos way too much.
In the pictures, the mom of two was seen posing seductively as Cassandra Peterson's title character from the 1988 film "Elvira: Mistress of the Dark". In one picture, the Kylie Cosmetics founder donned a spider bra with nipple tassels, a sparkly garter belt and stockings. Some other pictures featured Kylie rocking a black bodysuit while sporting Elvira's signature bouffant hair.
The daughter of Kris Jenner looked gorgeous in those snaps, but fans thought that the pictures were all heavily edited. Several Internet sleuths pointed out that the 25-year-old reality star's skin appeared to be airbrushed. Some others pointed out her waist looked smaller than usual.
"The editor needs to be fired man come on now," one critic commented on the post. "Can the [sic] be anymore edited?" another person said. "Wish they'd stop with the editing," one other noted with someone else adding, "It's way too much."
Another critic penned, "those legs do not match that butt." A comment also read, "Photo shop at its best."
Despite the criticism, some fans gushed over Kylie's take on Elvira. "Queen of Halloween," a fan wrote, while someone simply said, "Iconic."
Elvira wasn't the only Halloween costume that Kylie prepared this year. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum previously showed off her racy take on the Bride of Frankenstein. The reality TV star looked stunningly creepy while clutching a knife and holding a cloak over her naked lower half in a slew of black-and-white pictures.
She also dressed as a space girl. Donning a red latex bodysuit, she was seen riding a big motorbike in a futuristic setting. One snap, meanwhile, saw her space girl character fighting an octopus-like alien.
In a separate post, Kylie transformed into an alien herself. She had her body fully painted as she was holding a woman in what she called "PLANET KYLIE."