Saturday, August 16, 2008

makeup artist

She didn't do too bad of a job for a 4 year old, you think?
And, yes, I was aware she was putting on makeup. No, this is NOT an every day thing. And NO, I do NOT let her shave her legs.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

She looks divine! How fun:) Is that eyeshadow on her lids, too? Does Andy/do you use a flash for most of the photos of your girls indoor, like this one? Okay, that's all;) Oh, that and I had leftover Famous Daves today. Again. YUM! Love you!

Alex said...

Wow! When I first glanced at this picture, it looked like for a minute that she had her lip pierced! Hahaha!
-Alex Accornero

l e a h said...

I thought the same thing about the lip piercing.

My fave color on eyes is purple too!

Amanda said...

Goodness NO, I would not let my 4-year old daughter get her lip pierced! I draw the line at make-up! :)

l e a h said...

Maybe someday, on Mother's Day, she'll call you and be like, "Guess what I got, Mom!...a tattoo!"

(I did that once.)

I just had to share that. Yes. Another comment from l e a h.

4under3 said...

Fabulous color choice! Cute close up picture. And cute girl, too! ;)

Kristi said...

What FUN is right! Love the eye shadow on her lips too! Way to make use of the make-up and make it multi-functional!

Don't young girls just LOVE to play around in the make-up? I should let my girls do that today...they would love it! :-)

Cute pic, Ella! You are talented!

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Misty said...

Did she put eye shadow on her lips?

Faith Hope Love Mama said...

What a great make up artist she is! My girls love playing in mama's make up. My middle daughter is famous for stealing my tubes of lipstick though. :)

Angela said...

Ohh lala... not bad at all. Well, the little eye shadow crumbs around her lips maybe aren't the best- but nice job on the eyes Ella!

Erin said...

I had a similiar experience with Ellie! The only difference was mascara instead of eyeshadow! She looked like a little raccoon!