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Gwyneth Paltrow: “I Let My Daughter Wear Makeup Around The House”


While discussing her new partnership with skincare line Juice Beauty, Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow opened up to Yahoo! Beauty about her makeup-obsessed 11-year-old daughter Apple.

The Iron Man actress, 43, also talked about raising both her kids – including 9-year-old son Moses – in a “pretty balanced house.”

On if she was into makeup and beauty in your 20s: “I was never into makeup and beauty in my 20s. My daughter is the exact opposite of me—she’s basically a fledgling makeup artist. She watches YouTube and all that and loves makeup, which is another reason I’m so happy that this line is going to come out because she likes to play with makeup and I prefer it to be nontoxic.”

On if her kids are into the health and wellness stuff: “We are a pretty balanced house. I mean, kids eat sugar. That’s how it goes. So we have organic snacks and we have Oreos, too, so… [Laughs]”

On allowing Apple to wear makeup in the house: “I let my daughter wear makeup around the house, because she really loves it, but she also does special-effects makeup and she loves to experiment and she’ll do really wild things or she’ll, like, do some Snapchat person with rainbows down the face. I don’t even know what that is; you’re apparently even too old to know what that is. Sometimes like if we’re going to a party she’ll put on some mascara and then take it off so there’s like a hint. So she’s allowed to do that, but she’s a bit young for, you know, a full face.”

On when Apple will be allowed to wear makeup outside the house: “I’m not sure what the appropriate makeup age is, probably, I don’t know, 14? Is that too old? Too young? I’ll have to do research I think.”

On teaching Apple about beauty: “I just hope that my daughter always feels beautiful. And I think that absolutely comes from the way you regard yourself and hold yourself. I think there’s [sic] so many women who might not be classically beautiful but who just are so beautiful—they’re so alluring because you can just tell they’re so into themselves, you know, in a good way. So I hope she has that quality.”

On if she’s shielding Apple from society’s unrealistic beauty standards: “Right now in our culture we have so many different beauty standards. And while I think that some of them are impossible or stupid or unsafe even, we do have now more than ever a much wider range in what’s beautiful. So that gives me hope that as she continues to age that she’ll feel comfortable with whatever body she was given and that she won’t feel shame about it. I think there are so many different role models now—so many different sizes, shapes, colors, and it’s pretty wonderful. It’s not like when I was a kid and we we are all trying to look like, I can’t even remember who, but it was a much narrower ideal of beauty.”

For more from Gwyneth, go to Yahoo! Beauty

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Katie Price Shares Shots Of Princess In Heavy Makeup



British glamour model Katie Price shared a shot of daughter Princess Tiaamii, 8, via Instagram Friday. “Here she goes again,” the TV personality, 37, captioned the closeup of her daughter in heavy makeup.

In a series of pics, the proud mom posted more pics of Princess glammed up for the camera.

A few days ago, the controversial mum shared a video of her daughter, with the caption, “Princess fires back.”

In the clip, Princess proclaims, “By the way, I want to do my makeup, not my mum. I do. And anyway, it’s none of your beeswax! So oosh!”

Princess’ message comes days after her mum posted a closeup of her daughter in heavy makeup.

“Princess in her #wickedfairy makeup,” Katie wrote.

The star formerly known as Jordan – who also has children Harvey, 13, Junior, 10, Jett, 2 and Bunny, 1 – captioned anther similar shot, “Like mother like daughter.”

Katie has been encouraging her daughter to use makeup for years. When Princess was 2, her father Peter Andre spoke out, saying he was “disgusted” with the fake eyelashes and hair-straightening done to his toddler.

Here she goes again 💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💕💕

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Princess fires back 🙈🙈🙈❤️❤️ #family

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Olivia Wilde’s On-Set Sweetie


Meadowland actress Olivia Wilde shared a sweet snapshot with son Otis, 18 months, via Instagram Tuesday.

“My makeup guy may be a little young, but what he lacks in experience, he makes up for in drool,” the actress, 31, captioned the cute image of her son on the set of her latest project.

Earlier this month, we spotted the mother-son duo landing in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

The actress –  who shares Otis with fiancé Jason Sudeikis – is set to star in HBO’s upcoming new series Vinyl opposite Bobby Cannavale (who is currently expecting a baby with actress Rose Byrne).

Vinyl showcases the cutthroat world of the music industry.

The new drama – which is produced by Terence Wiinter, Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger – also stars Ray Romano, Ato Essandoh and P.J. Byrne.

Not to mention, Mick’s son James Jagger, 30, as well as Jack Quaid, 23, the son of Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid, have supporting roles.

My makeup guy may be a little young, but what he lacks in experience, he makes up for in drool.

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Jaime King: “My Son Is Obsessed With Makeup”


An expectant Jaime King poses for Who What Wear and opens up about her maternity style, her makeup-obsessed son James, 19 months, and her upcoming Mother’s Day plans.

On her maternity style: “You know, for me, getting pregnant is such a celebration of femininity and a celebration of your growing body. In a way, it’s the only time you don’t have to suck in and the only time that it doesn’t matter really how big you are or what your body looks like. You can wear formfitting clothes, and you can wear things that show off how your body has changed. Your breasts and everything get bigger, and I think that’s a beautiful sign of fertility and something that should be, again, accentuated and celebrated. What I decided when I got pregnant is that if anything, I’m going to have more fun with my fashion, because I love dressing, I love taking risks, and why not show the world that it’s okay, you can really go there? Just because you are a mom doesn’t mean you can’t be cool and fashionable. It doesn’t mean you can’t have your own sense of individuality and creativity. You can still have all that and more, because it’s the ultimate creativity, having a baby.”

On her best beauty tip for new moms: “Even when you are exhausted and you’re working and you’re going on three hours of sleep and feel like a zombie, part of alleviating that feeling is doing something that makes you feel beautiful. If you are exhausted, give yourself a manicure or go get your hair colored. If you have 10-15 minutes to yourself, that makes all the difference. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or a working mom, you have to find a way to keep remembering who you are and that you are still sensual and sexy and beautiful and strong—you’ve just done one of the strongest things you could possibly do, which is to create life. After I’ve been filming or working for six hours and I have to pick up groceries or baby food or diapers, I will literally go to the grocery store and grab a coffee or tea and pull over on the side of the road and get out of my car and walk for 10 minutes. And that 10 minutes is my time. I leave the phone in the car and nobody knows. It’s time to reflect and take care of myself and just to have a moment for me.”

On the greatest reward of motherhood: “The most rewarding part is the depths of love. And seeing this tiny human being that was in your belly grow and what they gravitate towards and giving them the freedom to express and be who they are. My son is obsessed with makeup, so I got him a makeup kit. Every time a makeup artist comes over, they donate a brush or something to his kit. Yet at the same time, he’s playing soccer and really loves to swim. To me, it’s about nurturing every aspect of your child’s personality. When you really allow someone that kind of freedom creatively, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally yet keep the structure of discipline in regards to sleeping, eating, and taking care of them, those are the key components of a really great parent, and those are the best moments of it.”

On her Mother’s Day plans: “I have no plans. I could literally just be watching Frozen for the five-billionth time, and it would be the perfect day.”

For more from Jaime, go to Who What Wear

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