When I was a little girl my favorite thing was to put on my moms makeup. Actually it was red lipstick that I was fascinated with. So like most little girls, my 6 yr old niece Madison likes makeup as well. She has her own makeup at my mom's house when she comes over in fact. Since she goes back to school on Wednesday I spent some time with her today and after a thorough water gun fight she wanted to look at my "log" which she means blog. She then informed me that she would like to be on my "log" and do the face painting that I had done for Halloween. I was not allowed to do her makeup though she wanted to do her own and I could do mine, and then we'd take a picture for the "log" so that someone may "like" her picture. I think most people would discourage this because it's messy or whatever. That's what being a kid is all about though. I hit 60,000 views today because of something that I've been fascinated with since I was Mady's age. So I encourage her. She also goes to ballet classes and has a pretty extensive princess dress collection. To have an imagination of a child is priceless. So although this post has nothing to do with makeup tips or product reviews, it's still about the foundation of makeup and that is "imagination". I promised her she would go on my "log" so, HELLO MADY! You done a great job and Aunt Erin is very proud of you.
Disclaimer: For those of you uninterested in this feel free to scroll on by, I realize it's not everyone's cup of tea. Sorry for the crappy quality of pictures. Keep in mind this is makeup and it does wash off. She didn't put anything harsh on her precious young skin. As always you are welcome to criticize me but should you say anything about this precious little girl you will be deleted and blocked faster than you can read. Remember: be kind, work hard, stay humble. And thank you for checking out my "log"!
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.