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should i let my daughter wear makeup?

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Today I put all the kids in the van then Cassidy comes in I was shocked I didn't say nothing to her. But she was wearing eyeliner mascara lip gloss lip stick blush. Were did she get it all I wondered. What should I do I let my other I have 12 children 7 girls 6 boys. She is the 4 oldest girl. Megan didn't ask about make up till freshman year of high school. Jen was 13 almost 14. Jill was 12 almost 13 but oy blush and lip glos. My Cassidy is only 11 and she didn't even ask I thought she wasn't maturing yet so I didn't get her a rom for herself I do t rubbing off on the younger girls that she shares a room with what do I do?

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asked Nov 28, 2016 in Beauty and Style by smyadmin
edited Nov 28, 2016 by smyadmin

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I've been fighting this with my daughter, 10, since she was 9. My solution - I bought her a "play" set for Christmas. Just for "play" during sleepovers, etc. Then one day she emerges for school looking like she just came in from a night at the clubs! I scrubbed her face and told her that she can only wear makeup if she asks first. Usually the answer is no. But, you can't say no everytime. So, for special occasions, a school dance, etc., I spend more time than is necessary to put little, if any, on her. Because of the amount of time I spend doing it, she seems to think she is wearing "full-on" makeup, even though she is practically bare-skinned. A little devious...but saying "No" all the time is destined to backfire. Kid's today are just growing up faster...so we must remain vigil staying one step ahead.
answered Nov 28, 2016 by moscl

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