In a new interview with the publication Bustle, Kim Kardashian discusses her latest SKKN by Kim Makeup launch, which officially dropped on Friday, January 26th. The collection is a 2.0 version of KKW Beauty from 2017, and already, the entire set of the neutral color eyeshadow palette, lipliners, and lipsticks is a massive success.
Kim also shares some mother education when it comes to her daughters, North and Chicago West, whom she shares with her ex-husband Kanye West, especially when it comes to the girls wearing makeup and experimenting with the latest glamour trends. North is already ten, and in the preteen phase, so she'll branch out her beauty techniques.
However, Kim has changed her mind about a specific holiday look North did when she was only five. It was at the annual Kardashian Christmas Eve Party in 2018. North applied a bold red color to her lips for the special occasion, which went viral on social media. Kim was okay with it then but has had a change of heart since.
"I look back and there [are] times when I let my daughter [North] wear a red lip for Christmas. Would I do that now? Probably not," Kim reveals in the interview. "At least with my oldest daughter, she just likes to dress her friends up and do makeup looks, whether it's like Pikachu or the Grinch."
For Chicago, the beauty mogul reflected that the six-year-old is "too little" and doesn't "let" her wear makeup. When Kim is watching inside their home, she allows her girls to play with her makeup and have fun with it.
"It's an art for [North and Chicago] to try to do makeup, which is so fun for me to watch. I'm down for the artistry. I think it's fun when they're trying it all and expressing themselves."
Earlier this month, Chicago got to be a kid when Kim threw her a Bratz-themed birthday bash. She sliced opened a pink sprinkle-filled cake, enjoyed being in a fashion show with her older cousin Dream Kardashian, and being immersed with pink balloons.
Enjoy childhood for as long as you can, because you'll be "adulting" and trying new beauty looks sooner than you think.