Kim Kardashian is known for encouraging her daughter North West‘s creativity. The SKKN maven, 41, took to the TikTok account she shares with her makeup-loving nine-year-old daughter to share a super-fun makeup job on Sunday, July 31! The 15 second video clip showed Kim reclining on a white couch while wearing a denim robe, her super blonde hair short and straight. What follows are super close-up shots of her makeup being done, from a light base to a fully yellow face with black “glasses” around her eyes and blue lips! “MOMMY MINION” Kim captioned the clip, clearly nodding to the beloved 3D cartoon characters.
💛 MOMMY MINION 💛
Though we didn’t see North’s face in video, it’s a fair bet the precocious aspiring makeup artist did Kim’s bold look with the bright color palette. A year ago, Kim admitted in a since-deleted April 11, 2021 Instagram post, that her eldest daughter adores special effects makeup. “North was testing out some make up [SIC] looks she thinks I should do for some shoots,” Kim captioned a pic of North rocking a realistic-looking scar that she’d created on her own face. “She also was testing out special effects make up [SIC] tricks and used tissue on her cheek and covered it in foundation to look like a scar. I love seeing the looks she creates!”
And earlier in July, the reality TV icon shared that North had positively terrified a housekeeper with an all-to-realistic “murder” scene prank on her famous mother. “North is really into special effects makeup, and she’s really good at it so I have a teacher come and show her special effects makeup where it’s like wounds and blood and tons of stuff,” Kim told Allure in a July 7 video interview. “She’s actually so good that I rented a house this summer … and she decided not only to prank me and do [the makeup] on her and Chicago, but she made the whole room look like a murder scene.” Kim attempted to clean up the fake gore, but a housekeeper arrived the next day to a quite a sight.
“The housekeeper came and tried to call the authorities and called the homeowner thinking that it was a full, real murder scene,” Kim recalled. “I had to let them know that it was completely just a prank and my kids were doing special effects makeup. It was bad.”
Thankfully, a look based on the zany “minion” characters first introduced in 2010 animated film Despicable Me was a lot less intense.