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Fam Time | Nour Does My Makeup For Mother’s Day!

Hi my loves, so you might have seen in some of my snaps that my daughter, Nour, is already a little infatuated with makeup (I guess the apple doesn’t fall from the tree!), and for Mother’s Day, I really wanted her to do my makeup! I have to say, she picked up some really interesting colors! I thought it was so funny that she was talking to herself the wholeeee time as if she was doing her own tutorial…clearly she’s been watching me film wayyyy too much! Leave in the comments what you guys want to see more of! Thank you so much for watching and I hope you guys enjoy this fun video. Please Subscribe if you haven’t already. Xxx

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