Pink's Daughter Willow Sage Hart Is a Budding Makeup Artist

Mar 22, 2018 at 1:15 p.m. ET
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Who needs contouring when you can have all the glitter? This is the question Pink's daughter, Willow Sage Hart, appears to attempt to answer in the utterly adorable makeup tutorial she recorded on her mom's phone.

In the video, which Pink uploaded to her Instagram account, 6-year-old Willow sits comfortably in front of a mirror as she coolly pulls out and applies pops of color to her dollish face. It's clear she's done this before. First, she goes for a bold lip, a solid choice for any day-to-night transition. She then applies the same color to her cheeks in perfectly round circles. We hate to pit women against each other, but if there were a competition between who wore it better, Willow or Raggedy Ann, Willow would win all the way.

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From there, Willow adds bright blue to her forehead and under her eyes, a bit of mascara to her eyelashes and loads of the sparkly stuff. In between applications, she even pauses to show the camera which brands she's about to use. Someone get this kid her own production team and YouTube channel, stat!

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Fans loved it too.

"Oh, Pink she is too precious!" one commenter wrote. "What bold, courageous style she is showing already."

Another fan added, "So much color and shine, looove Willz, get it!"

The people have spoken, and they're not wrong!

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While this video was Willow's first official makeup tutorial, it was far from her first time experimenting with her beauty regimen. Over the past few weeks, Pink and her husband, Carey Hart, have both posted photos of Willow confidently serving up lewks in St. Louis and Chicago.

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Willow's drive to express herself undoubtedly comes from her pop star mother, who told Cosmopolitan in December she encourages her kids to be themselves, even if that means they don't fit into the "norm." "Another very important thing I tell my daughter is it's very fun to be weird, and it's very boring to be normal," she told the magazine in a video.

"I want her to speak her truth, and I want her to practice it now with me so that she can be good at it later," she added later. "I think one of the most helpful things to remember in life is to be true to herself."

We couldn't agree more.

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