When it comes to raising children, it’s all about balance says Chrissy Teigen.


The influencer constantly encourages her daughter to do what she loves.


And one of her favourite things to do with her mum is makeup.


The model told E! News that her daughter is obsessed with manicures.



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Usually, the mother-daughter duo start their day in the kitchen and have a morning makeup session.


“You want to spend as much time as possible with them. So, I’ll sit her up on the counter and we’ll do makeup together," the mum said.


“She puts it all over [her face]. She’s really into it”.


The two-year-old is meticulous about each step - eyebrows, mascara, etc. She knows how to do it all.


“But of course she’ll turn around and look a mess”, the model laughed.



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“She genuinely loves doing all of it. She’s very into makeup and nails. She loves giving manicures.”


How cute! Little Luna is already taking after her model mum and loves playing dress up as often as she can.


The toddler also loves spending time with her grandmother, Chrissy's mum Vilailuck. She recently tagged along when Chrissy's mother officially became a U.S. Citizen.



The two sweetly celebrated by reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and proudly waving a flag in pigtails.


It is sweet how much Luna looks up to her mum and grandmother, enjoying her glam routines in the mornings and regular outings with the family.



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