Toddlers and Tiaras: You’re Never Too Young To Get Your Eyebrows Waxed!

Update: You’re never too young to get our eyebrows waxed! (via Dlisted)

10 year old Brooklyn even manages to warn other little girls “Don’t try this at home!”. The guy who waxes her eyebrows even boasts that she will only allow him to do it. Another nutty mum living vicariously through her little girl.

In the segment below, the kid is just a baby – 2 years old!  She can’t even articulate that she wants to stop but she keeps saying no and crying. I think that’s a sign already which the mother is conveniently ignoring.

And beauty contest crazy mothers create crazy kids. I believe children mimic the behavioural patterns of their parents. Anyway you have to watch this mother and child. The 4 year old girl sounds and behaves like a grouchy old man bossing his wife around. The mother behaves like she is the frustrated older sister with absolutely no control over the demanding pre-schooler. You’ll know what I mean when you watch it. That being said, the little girl sure has star potential and the x-factor.

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6 Responses to Toddlers and Tiaras: You’re Never Too Young To Get Your Eyebrows Waxed!

  1. Valerie says:

    This is exactly what is wrong with our society. 😦 So sad… those poor little girls!

  2. 365days2play says:

    Ya it sounds like the first girl isn’t keen on the pageants at all! I think she’s just too young for this. The mother should try again in a few years!

    • bookjunkie says:

      I even saw a video of a little girl having her eyebrows waxed…I didn’t put up that video because it’s not on youtube. Now that was just nuts. You could see the girl was so scared of the pain.

  3. jazziefizzle says:

    wow… i feel sorry for the 4 year old, it’s not her fault she is like that but what a little brat!!!

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