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18 Comments on "Why I refuse to put make-up on my 4 year old"

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karentoittoit
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Very scary! I think it also sends a message to the girl that she is not beautiful enough!

Letterstomybaby1
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Yes, that is the sad part. Even if the mum doesn’t intend for that to be the message, the little one might perceive it that way 🙁

Carlene
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Wow I think children should enjoy childhood for as long as possible which isn’t very long in today’s society. When I was a child we didn’t have social media so there was a pressure to look go at all times, I miss them days.

Carlene
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Wow I think children should enjoy childhood for as long as possible which isn’t very long in today’s society. When I was a child we didn’t have social media so there was a pressure to look go at all times, I miss them days.

Carlene
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Wow that’s so sad, I really believe children should enjoy childhood for as long as they can, which isn’t very long in today’s society. When I was a child there was no social media so the pressure to always look goog wasn’t there. I miss them days.

Letterstomybaby1
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So true…it’s amazing the pressures they unconsciously walk into 🙁

Carlene
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Wow that’s so sad, I really believe children should enjoy childhood for as long as they can, which isn’t very long in today’s society. When I was a child there was no social media so the pressure to always look goog wasn’t there. I miss them days.

Letterstomybaby1
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So true…it’s amazing the pressures they unconsciously walk into 🙁

High Heels & Fairytales
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This shocked me so much, I had to re-read that reply three times! I dont even like applying heat to my seven year old’s hair, apart from the odd blow-dry when I have her hair washed and trimmed at the salon every few months… I can’t even bear the thought of make-up on my child, or flat ironing her hair. I’m with you on children being natural as long as they can be.

Letterstomybaby1
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Absolutely – they will have those pressures later on anyways

High Heels & Fairytales
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This shocked me so much, I had to re-read that reply three times! I dont even like applying heat to my seven year old’s hair, apart from the odd blow-dry when I have her hair washed and trimmed at the salon every few months… I can’t even bear the thought of make-up on my child, or flat ironing her hair. I’m with you on children being natural as long as they can be.

Melissa Javan
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I seriously cannot believe people put make-up on their kids’ faces. Yor that’s not on.

Melissa Javan
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I seriously cannot believe people put make-up on their kids’ faces. Yor that’s not on.

Mom Of Two Little Girls
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Mom Of Two Little Girls

Agreed. I threw a fit after the first professional family photos we ever had done, the photographer decided (without consultation) to photoshop my beautiful 3 month old baby to make her lips a ridiculous unnatural bright pink, with fake rosy cheeks and even bluer eyes! Why?! My daughter wore make-up for the first time in October (she is 5y3m old) for a dance concert.
Well done you!

Letterstomybaby1
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Thank you!!!! Shocking that they would assume it was ok to do that though!

Mom Of Two Little Girls
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Mom Of Two Little Girls

Agreed. I threw a fit after the first professional family photos we ever had done, the photographer decided (without consultation) to photoshop my beautiful 3 month old baby to make her lips a ridiculous unnatural bright pink, with fake rosy cheeks and even bluer eyes! Why?! My daughter wore make-up for the first time in October (she is 5y3m old) for a dance concert.
Well done you!

Letterstomybaby1
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Thank you!!!! Shocking that they would assume it was ok to do that though!

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