Say what?! I wanna know what your opinions are about this!
I sincerely hope that this is a much fabricated story. Apparently, it was written up in UK's The Sun, therefore leading us to believe it's very, very far fetched, or even a fish tail, BUT, if it's true, we need to discuss.
Did you hear about the 34-year-old beautician mom who is administering Botox to her 8-YEAR-OLD daughter every 3 months? You think that's bad? She is buying the Botox from friends and the internet! Gross! Somebody call social services!
Also, she is waxing her daughter um...down there...every month, as well her legs. Did I mention she is 8-YEARS-OLD! Little girls should be playing with dolls and, at worst, making a mess of their mother's most expensive red lipstick and perfume that is saved for date nights.
Apparently, she thinks her daughter's going to be a famous star one day because of these torturement, I'm sorry, treatments, and adds, “She is a lucky little girl and is going to be famous because of the benefits I am giving her so early.”
Don't get me wrong. I really appreciate my mom being with it and realizing my unibrow might have caused lots of joking around at my expense when I was 13, and took me to wax that crap off, but that's totally reasonable. (Thanks Mom!)
This is not normal. UK's The Sun also says that she (Kerry, the mom) wants to get her (Brittany, the daughter) eyebrows permenantely arched and her lips tatooed with liner. WHAT. THE. F*CK! Pardon my French, but is this woman serious? I could go on and on and on and on and on.
But, I wanna know! What do you think of this monstrosity?
It's terrible, just terrible. I have a softy soft spot for children growing up these days, especially girls. We need to give them a good message from the beginning that they can do anything and be anything they want to be. Being a good person and feeling good as an individual brings you much success. The message is not to inject yourself with botulism just so you can stay young looking forever...poor girl...
This woman (Kerry) needs help. I pray this story is a fluke. I really, really do.