Kim Kardashian’s daughter North West gives an honest review on her mom’s new makeup

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Kim Kardashian’s daughter North West is never afraid to share her opinions, even when it comes to her mom’s feelings.  That is why the 10-year-old recently posted an “honest makeup review” of her mother’s skincare line, SKKN BY KIM last Saturday. The review includes a high-energy video shared on Kim Kardashian and North’s joint TikTok account titled @kimandnorth. Here, the preteen went on to give her opinion of makeup products that The Kardashian star’s brand unveiled on Thursday. This includes lip liners, lipsticks, and a unique matte eyeshadow palette.


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The video details

North West, who is the daughter of Kim Kardashian and her ex-husband, Kanye West, began by adding swatches of each of the shadow shades on her arm. She went on to say that the palette is “neutral,” which she feels is suitable for a going-out or dinner look. North further noted, “This is classic Kim. Just classic.”

She further opted for a “dramatic” look for her own eyes by checking out the palette’s darkest shade. She said, “It is just eating up,” when talking about the black eyeshadow. North further added that the dark eyeshadow “left no crumbs.”

She also reviewed the lip products after a short break and some dance moves. Here is what she said when applying the matte lipstick, “This is so good. No words.”

Kim Kardashian’s reaction

North West’s video was nothing less prompting for Kim Kardashian as the latter wrote, “What my daughter does on my phone ha ha ha ha ha ha.” Earlier, when talking to PEOPLE, here is what the SKIMS founder told about her eldest daughter, It’s great to see how passionate she gets about it — she’s so skilled at special effects makeup. And I love that this is what she is into right now.”

The reality mogul also opened up about young girls wearing makeup in yet another interview with Bustle. Here is what Kim said, “My littlest one’s too little and I don’t let her. I look back and there’s times when I remember I let my daughter wear a red lip once for Christmas. Would I do that now? Probably not.”