The daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West has become a makeup video expert on TikTok.
From the height of her 9 years, she regularly publishes tutorials and formats where she stages herself, often with her mother.
For the latest, North West is strong by metamorphosing quite convincingly into Kanye West.
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A snub that surely responds to the statements of his father who claimed, in an Instagram post since deleted, that he had not given his authorization for his children to register on social networks.
The little girl indeed has a TikTok account that she shares with her mother, called @kimandnorth.
The description sets the tone: “Me and my best friend,” followed by a kiss and a statement that the account is managed by an adult.
Followed by more than 12 million subscribers, the account mainly gives pride of place to children who do their hair, wear makeup, sing or even dress up.
When she's not filming her mother.
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In this last video posted on January 5, we discover North in a large black hoodie, wearing a carbon cap, Kanye West's uniform.
His face is made up with a fake goatee and very accentuated eyebrows for a bushy effect.
She also had fun coloring the top of her forehead and her nostrils to perfectly reproduce her father's features.
Kim Kardashian revealed during an interview with the Goop site founded by Gwyneth Paltrow that her daughter had developed a new passion.
“She loves special effects makeup […].
She takes lessons and that's what she likes to do, so she likes to show it,” said the mother, proud of her child's creativity.
North West previously shared a video with bloody makeup she did.
The Skims lingerie founder also explained that she understands her ex-husband's reservations about their children's use of social media.
But that she had imposed rules to protect them, in particular the fact that her daughter can only use TikTok on her mother's phone.
And the comments aren't open to protect North from things she shouldn't be reading at her age.