Pink's Daughter Willow Stars in Her First Makeup Tutorial: 'Like Mama Like Daughter'
Pink's daughter Willow is fascinated by makeup and she's letting it shine through in her first ever makeup tutorial
The enigmatic 6-year-old took over her mother’s iPhone camera on Wednesday with a makeup tutorial that seemed a cross between a fabulous unicorn and Pink’s stage makeup.
“My little girl and her first makeup tutorial #backstage #rockstarintraining #likemamalikedaughter,” Pink, 38, captioned the footage of her oldest child on Instagram.
Willow seemed attentive about applying pink lip gloss first, as well as a long blue streak across her forehead. She continued with bright pink blush and blue paint underneath her eyes with glitter sprinkled on top.
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Willow was probably sharing her secrets to getting the glammed up look she sported last week right before attending her mother’s concert in St. Louis.
Her face was covered in a multitude of colors including yellow and blue under her eyes with bright pink lipstick and blush.
She completed her look with a healthy amount of pink glitter all the way up and down the length of her nose, with a bit right above her lips for good measure.
“Willz make up for the St. Louis show,” her dad, Carey Hart, captioned the memorable shot.
For the evening, the youngster sported bright-red lipstick and round patches of pink blush on her cheeks while Jameson seemed distracted by something off camera (maybe a donut?).
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In December, the “Just Like Fire” singer spoke to Cosmopolitan about Willow, revealing that she strives to instill a sense of individuality in her little girl.
“Another very important thing I tell my daughter is it’s very fun to be weird and it’s very boring to be normal,” Pink said, adding, “I have a rule with Willow that we don’t say mean things and we don’t say things we don’t mean.”
“I want her to speak her truth and I want her to practice it now with me so that she can be good at it later,” she continued. “I think one of the most helpful things to remember in life is to be true to herself.”