After being subject to harsh criticism on social media, Farrah urged to the outlet that the “shaming” of children needs to end. She spoke out after Instagram critics voiced opinions that Sophia is “too young” to have the “adult” manicure.
Farrah previously expressed her daughter’s love for makeup in an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife at BeautyCon in 2019. “I would hope that Sophia can express herself however she wants in a safe and happy place,” Farrah said last August, explaining that her daughter “doesn’t need to feel ashamed for wearing makeup at any age. It’s normal, it’s healthy, it’s beautiful, it’s great.”
The entrepreneur went on to note that no matter what decisions she makes concerning her daughter’s interests, she would get mom-shamed either way. “It’s a good time to teach her about cleaning her face and good skincare with it, which I really love,” Farrah explained, expressing, “As a mom, I just want to set her up for success.”
At the time, Farrah was joined by Sophia on the BeautyCon red carpet, where the youngster was decked out in sparkles and pink eyeshadow. Farrah gave birth to her daughter, the author’s only child, in 2009 with her late boyfriend, Derek Underwood.