Transcript for What age should kids wear makeup?
I saw this earlier in the week. I wanted to get a for sure because it made me think about this. Kim Kardashian has a daughter north. She has a few children. The oldest. She's 6 years old. She occasionally would put make-up on north, a little lip or pop of color. Recently she revealed Kanye put a kibosh on that saying north is too young for make-up. She's not going to do it anymore. It kind of made me ask what's the right age? Seems like the audience My aunts would try to give me their old lipsticks. My dad would go to my aunts directly, "Stop giving her lipstick." She's a little girl. My dad hated that kind of thing. I mean, that's the kind of dad I had. I heard a bunch of people say 16. There must have been a book for parents because my parents said 16 too. I'm sure this age varies family I know the wrong age. Which is what? 1 and a half. This is a picture -- we have a picture from the other day. I was putting some make-up on and Sandra got into my make-up bag. Sandra! Oh, my gosh. She looks like she's been in a fight. Nope. With an eye liner pencil. That's her little pop of color. She watched me putting on mascara. I grabbed it from her, but from behind her. I didn't see her. I was like you're not playing with that, sweetie, it's not a toy. I walk away. Five minutes later she comes over and is like mama. I'm like what's happened to your face. She said mama I didn't finish. That is so cute. Oh, my gosh, that is so cute. Your dad was like no. At what age did you start wearing make-up? It got moved around because I started acting. They do a little something. For a while my dad said no eyelashes. He wouldn't let them put eyelashes on me until I was 15, 16. He didn't let me dye my hair. My dad wasn't playing around. He said I don't care if you act. You're still my little girl. I love your dad. He's so funny. He's the best guy. I love you, dad. What did you do with your girls? I'll tell you right now, I think the right age is 14 because my girls are 14 and they're doing it right now. That's called reversed parenting. It just finally -- at 14 is when they kind of get into it. I don't know if it's because of social media or other things. It's not every day. It's not an extravagant -- it's rarely they do it. To the point when I do see it, I'm like you got on make-up? I notice it. It's not an every day thing. Every once in a while at 14 and they're the twins, they want to feel a little better. I can't fight it. It's most important that they don't think they need it. That's the message for young people. If it's playful and artistic, go for it. If they feel they need it, that's a problem. 6 is young.
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