I sat and read Dilba's blog, and became a little curious about what your opinions are on a topic that she mentions a little quickly in this post.
”… When she received eye shadow from her godmother Dilsa as a Christmas present but was never allowed to use it.
She is for seventeen old men only eight years old. I do not think children should wear makeup.
And I have explained and explained this a hundred times that she grows, that her skin can be destroyed, that her skin is more sensitive when she is younger and that when she grows up she can wear as much makeup as she wants… ”
I partly agree, makeup is nothing for children, that's it.
But at the same time, I remember how incredible kul that was when you were little yourself! I often explored the big sisters' make-up bags, then I went to ICA just to see if I got any reaction.
Or if you were going on something extra fun, then you borrowed the sisters' smelly powder and mother's blue eye shadow, and you felt so nice!
There is actually one Film on me and my sister Linda from the new year 2000, when I was 8 years old and linda 10 years old. Wondering if you can get it on the computer in any way…
We stand in front of the mirror, each with a powder puff. Linda seems to almost abuse her face, pulls on the powder with the help of both hands, while I exclaim a little divinely "but no, that's what you do !! ” and dabbles very lightly on the cheeks with a concentrated gaze into the mirror. Lol.
And I know how happy mine are nieces becomes when I pick out my makeup bag!
First Meja (5 years) chooses what colors she wants to be made up with, and after that she goes bananas on little sister Mila (2 years) :)
And Meja who has also video blogged about makeup here before (you see the post here) will probably be a real competitor to aunt in the future;)
I have also made up children before performances here in Gimo, then I think the youngest was somewhere between 8-10 years. They were so cute!
What do you think about this? Is that completely wrong?