Hilary Duff has found a good way to keep entertaining your child Luca during the quarantine: turn it into your maquillista staff. So the protagonist of Lizzie McGuire
was placed in the hands of the child, who is eight years old and then shared the result in several stories.
“I’m working on a child of eight years ‘, he told Duff to his followers in the first of the videos. According to andrea, for the duration of the session, Luca he was not allowed to look in the mirror to see how I was being, because I wanted the result to be a surprise.
Even in one of the videos the actress asks her older son what style you are looking for, the child responded emphatically: ‘I’m Not going to tell you.”
Finally Luca finished with his task, and finally she let her mom see the result: an eye with a tone of shadows different (and applied in a distorted manner) and the lip color that reminds by its position… to the quietly ironic.
‘Is subtle; it is unique. I’ve never had a makeup like this before, but I like it, especially the top left,’ said Duff his followers in social networks.
it is the product of his first marriage with the former player of hockey Mike Comrie, who has been a father very present. And now that now the child lives with the actress and her current husband, Matthew Komacarries a excellent relationship with his stepfather.
“I think that the biggest concern of Matt was liked Luca. Did not want to force anything and bring a lot of gifts. Matt said: ‘I’m Just going to let him come to me’. I think it was a movement really smart because now they have such a special relationship and have their games in which I am not included.
“They call themselves ‘team sweet’, and I am ‘the computer broccoli’, which is so unfair. Matt is very helpful and great with Luca. He knows that Luca also has a great father, so he says: ‘I feel so lucky to have the experience of seeing him grow and be his special friend’, told two years ago the actress to the Parents magazine
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