There is a new “most famous” member of the Kardashian family, and no it isn’t Kimmie or Kourtney’s new baby Reign that we’re talking about, it’s Kylie Jenner‘s lips.

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Jenner’s lips have been a topic of conversation for MONTHS now, and we can’t deny that her look has changed drastically in the last year. While there have been tons of rumors about her getting work done, we actually believe that it’s all just impressive makeup skills! Never underestimate the power of a good lip liner and some lipstick. (Oh, and having a whole team of makeup professionals behind you probably doesn’t hurt either…)

Well, now there is something called the #KylieJennerLipChallenge happening on Twitter, and it pretty much confirms that the Internet is a terrifying and confusing place. Twitter users are trying to recreate Kylie’s full-lip look in some of the weirdest ways possible, including putting suctioning cups to their faces until their lips get puffy. Yes, you read that right.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the challenge isn’t exactly going as planned, and Twitter is now full of a bunch of pictures of swollen and bruised lips. It isn’t a pretty sight. kylie jenner's lips

The #KylieJennerLipChallenge proves it is a scary, scary time to be alive. Jenner hasn’t yet commented on the Twitter challenge, but we can’t imagine she would be too pleased! If you want fuller lips, we suggest you turn to MAKEUP!

Check out this tutorial that even includes some beauty secrets from Kylie herself. We promise it will look better than suctioning a glass cup to your face until your lips get bigger. (We regret having to make that clarification, but Twitter today has proved to us that it’s a necessary one to make.)   

Will you try the Kylie Jenner lip challenge?

Devon Kelliher is a New York University student pursuing a degree in Communications and Journalism. When she isn't being a student, she's catching a concert somewhere in New York or cheering for her beloved Boston sports teams. She is also known for her tendency to quote movies/TV shows at inappropriate times.