Nicole Richie’s Daughter, Harlow, Loves Lipstick. Does Your Little Lady Wear Makeup?

Thu, February 10, 2011 2:34pm EDT by 1 Comment

Harlow is her mommy’s makeup artist. “She’s very good at it,” says Nicole. Wow! We’re impressed — she’s only 3!

She’s the inspiration behind her mom Nicole Richie’s fashion line, but Harlow Madden has more fun with face paint. “She’s still too young to understand fashion, but she loves to play with my makeup and tries on my lipstick,” says Nicole, who is unveiling her House of Harlow 1960 collection during New York Fashion Week. HollyMoms, is it OK to let tots play with such grownup stuff? Vote!

Check out cute pics of Nicole with Harlow and her little brother Sparrow

Nicole’s 3-year-old daughter is a natural with it comes to the art of application. “She’s very good at it and very careful with it. She doesn’t go outside the lines – not even once,” brags Nicole, 29, who isn’t ashamed to admit she’s not so talented.

Nicole doesn’t let the kids eat sugar

“I am the opposite. I’m the girl who can’t wear red lipstick because I’ll forget about it and it ends up on the side of my face. She may have to start teaching me to be more careful.”

Wonder how Harlow’s daddy, Joel Madden, feels about his little girl wearing makeup.

–Amy L. Harper

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Virginia Gomes

Posted at 11:20 AM on July 19, 2011  

Oh please, get over it!! Yo me pintaba con el maquillaje de mi mama cuando era pequena y no me quede traumatizada. Lo mismo mis hijas (aunque ellas usan el maquillaje de Barbie, solo cuando YO se lo permito) pero no veo nada de malo con dejar a tus hijas jugar con maquillaje. Es todo parte del role play! Si yo las dejo jugar con planchas, juegos de cocina, y a ser mama de sus munecas y disenadoras de modas de Barbie, asi como constructoras, pintoras y maestras no veo el porque sea un big deal eso.
Algunas madres tienen q constantemente senalar con el dedo los ¨defectos¨de otras madres solo para ellas sentirses que son ´¨super mamas”. :*(

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