Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Violet Nash Shares a Make-Up Tutorial


Christina Milian and music producer Dream's 5 year-old daughter Violet Nash gives a masters class in beating face...



19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not good. Men be careful who you procreate with.

Anonymous said...

I remember my female cousins playing dress up in their mom's clothes, shoes, etc. I don't think they played in her make up, but it looks like the lil' tyke is having a good time.

Anonymous said...

She does her makeup better than some grown folks, but her mama shouldn't have shared this because I already know some hypocrites that act like they never played in makeup will talk mess.

Anonymous said...

Teaching them thots skills early.... why not showcase her talents doing something productive - I can't stand stupid chicks who think its cute to push "pretty" on little girls - cultivate her brain not her face - you want her to end up like you... uuuggghhhhh - all for a kid having fun playing dress up but seeing who her momma is all I get from this is thirst...

Anonymous said...

Would I let my daughter do this? No, but in all fairness lots of girls played dress up as a child. Perhaps this is her talent - makeup artist. This could be the start of a career. This young lady may one day be creating makeup for characters is big budget films. Think about movies where the characters are creatures and have intricate makeup. My only issue with this video is this child can apply makeup better than me. LOL

Anonymous said...

My mama would've whooped my ass for playing in her expensive make up, so I didn't. It's her child though, pretty little girl.

Sunni Daze said...

Fucking that baby skin up already. While making her look like thottler.

Anonymous said...

I hope she doesn't get upset when a pedophile jacks off or kidnaps her child to have sex with her. That is disgusting. Nothing cute about 6 year old wearing makeup.

keeVA said...

Some people just want to be negative. WE ALL PLAYED IN MAKEUP. We just didn't have cell phones and instagram. My dad even let us make him up when we were little. It's called admiration. She wants to be like her mom!

Anonymous said...

Nothing to see here folks. Just another fame-hungry, attention-thirsty, Never-Really-Was teaching her prostiTOT to be just like her! Vapid and superficial. Awwww...

It would have been way more "adorable" if Violet was playing the piano, or at least reading a Dr. Seuss book out loud.

Dream needs to spend more time with his daughter, JUST so that she doesn't spend so much time with that wench of a mother.

Anonymous said...

Am I crazy or not, but all little girls played in make up. Even Rudy Huxtable did Cliff Huxtable's face on the Cosby Show. I think that some folks are jealous that she can do make up better than most adults.

Anonymous said...

Playing in make up is one thing - this little girl is applying makeup like a professional - that comes from practice... I hope her moms practices as much on educational stuff as she does with makeup and all that weave - uggghhh poor baby.....

Anonymous said...

ita @12:18pm

I bet the same adults complaining got beaten
with extension cords as a child
Its a dam shame cus that's the reason why the world is phucked up today
Because of their miserable asses

Anonymous said...

The world is phucked up cause thots keep breeding with dead beats and teaching their kids thot chit instead of educating them and then the kids grow up and be a waste of space.... that's why chit is phucked up not cause folks are commenting on a blog.

Anonymous said...

Don't push "pretty" on lil girls it s #ChildPORNOGRAPHY :-S

Allihave2say said...

By no means am I a proponent of children wearing makeup, so I clarify that before I say the rest.

Children do like to wear makeup, they see their moms, grandmothers, teachers and other female influences in make up and want to emulate them. I agree with one poster that this skill is well developed through practice. Well, practice makes perfect.

It seems we've forgotten the moments and opportunities to celebrate childhood and to recognize talent and skills. Singing and dancing are talents that require developed skills in order for the performer to be effective in the art. It's something that grown ups do, so should children be forbidden to learn, practice and do them too?

Let us ponder with out this being about race but more so about socialism the disparity in what "we" teach and allow our daughters to do verses our other race counterparts. Again, I'm not an advocate for provocative dressing of women or children, neither of children wearing makeup (tho many wear performance make up). In non black cultures little girls learn to wear their hair down, to comb their own hair etc early in life. Sure their hair is straighter and the comb may be easier only because so many don't know how to condition and moisture their own hair or their daughter's hair making it more manageable. In the days of old, stretching back to slavery, we had to have our hair bound up in plaits, ponytails and covering to lessen our beauty and to heighten our sense of being "not human". We are still passing those performances along.

With out bodies, we are for the most part modest. The church kept us tightly clothed. In the days of old, ie. slavery and so on, we had to be covered again to diminish our looks as women, to dehumanize us. When we were undressed it was for display at the sale, to ridicule us such as Sarah Baartman, to breed us or to beat us. Our none black cultures allow their daughters to wear 2 pc bikinis at an early age. They celebrate the bodies of their daughters and build image confidence that their body types are beautiful. They reinforce it when the daughters see other girls like them not ashamed of their bodies at pool parties, splash pads, school etc. I remember the others dressing happily in the gym locker room in front of each other but the blacks were often dressing in the toilet and shower stalls.

The others have beauty pageants that celebrate their idea and the ideal standard of beauty in their eyes. We think that beauty pageants are for boujies, uppities, snobs and want to be's. So, we don't have our own pageants that celebrate us. Therefore, those who will must attend their pageants and ascribe to their standard of beauty.

Applying makeup is a true skill. Can lead to a job. It isn't the skill that is the issue or that becomes the problem. It's how it is applied (pun intended). If the child is taught to thot she may do so, she may not. That's a whole other nature vs nurture argument. Think about it.

Anonymous said...

@7:00 pm Alright now...some very good points.

Anonymous said...

Christina always got at least two bundles of hair in that little girl head at all times SMH

Nice Girls Finish Last said...

Omg are people really this petty and jealous now a days? She's a childand make up g Wyatt washed off. It's just make up... She's not making her star in a adult flim damn stfu!

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