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I think that if my daughter wanted to wear a small amount of make-up, ie: mascara, lipgloss-- something very tasteful-- I would let her at a pretty young age- maybe 13? But for eyeshadow, and "real" makeup she would need to be more like 16 or older. The girls are so pretty, they don't need that crap. Why smear stuff all over when they are so young and pretty?? Just makes them look cheap. -- However, if it is a matter of trying to fit in a bit, I can see that to a point. I want them to be themselves, but I do understand that while at school you do have to be somewhat like everyone else.
"Harry Potter is about confronting fears, finding inner strength and doing what is right in the face of adversity. Twilight is about how important it is to have a boyfriend."
— Stephen King