Back of Lourdes Leon: Expresses Herself With Dark Nail Polish Madonna's mini me, daughter Lourdes Leon recently took a break from her brothers, Rocco and David and got girly at a Beverly Hills beauty parlor. The dark haired preteen seemed to enjoy the perks of being a material girl as she indulged in a mani-pedi. And, wearing a skull hair band and black leggings, the eleven-year-old opted for dark polish to finish off her look. These days tons of tots are primping since some businesses cater to child clientele. Lil ladies and gents as young as two are heading to salons to get their nails filed or painted. What do you think about the trend? View 9 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 To see more pics of Lourdes getting primped, . View 9 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Source Comments roq5 9 years I don't see the harm in it,it does make people feel special... I do agree that waiting on the makeup is a wise idea. SugarCat 9 years She looks so much like her mother. I think it's a cute and fun thing, to let your kid get manicures. As for the bleaching - I remember I had quite a dark one myself when I was around her age and after a few kids teased me over it I begged my mom to do whatever she could to get rid of it! Kkkkkkkkkkk 9 years Also, a bit off topic, but i didn't know that her official surname was Leon. Madonna being, well, Madonna i assumed it would have been Ciconne and then changed to Ritchie. Kkkkkkkkkkk 9 years I agree, it's harmless pampering fun. I would be concerned though if she started getting her eyebrows plucked at 11, like tkoblondee suggested. Regardless of what her eyebrows look like that would be too much too young. If young girls knew the tedium of full-on female maintenance I think few of them would be so keen to get started on the waxing and plucking aspect as young as they do! JessNess 9 years She obviously is girlie so its fine. Plus she is not taking it over the top with tons of makeup and skimpy clothes. Also she lives in a different country so thoughts on girls primping may be different. My mom would have never let me wear dark nail polish when I was 11. LoneWolf 9 years I think it's fine and fun. The problem I have is that some male photographer is following her around taking pictures of her. She's only 11. fashionplate525 9 years I think its adorable! Its not like shes walking around in a mini skirt or with a face full of make-up. Manicures & pedicures are totally appropriate for an 11 year-old girl! tkoblondee 9 years I was just thinking at my salon they have eyebrow waxing... If I had brows like that when I was in school (or ever) I would probably have begged my mother to do something about them. Kids would have been teasing me unmercifully on a daily basis, I would have been in tears...but that's just me! herjoiedevivre 9 years it was a bonding thing, to paint my nails with my grandmother as far back as I can remember. I agree with an above commenter- an ageless joy. I think she looks beautiful here, though I am sad to see that she [probably, because I really don't know] buckled under pressure and either bleached/waxed her so-called "mustache" off. she's just a small kid. nail-painting, fine, but messing with your body hair already? :/ I dunno. meowtomekitty 9 years who is this little cutie patutie? Toveracre 9 years i think it is fine, it makes little ones feel like a little person, hair & makeup can wait tho. The thing I HATE is when parents primp their children like little pagent girls too early or when the child doesnt want to, not ok. vinnie 9 years My first salon hair cut was for my 13th birthday. There was no looking back after that. No more kitchen haircuts for me! I don't see the harm in an 11 year old getting a mani/pedi, but only for special occasions. juliem 9 years I had a problem with nail biting through high school. After trying everything else, my parents bribed me with regular manicures in exchange for not biting. It worked, and it's something I still treat myself to occasionally. snowysakurasky 9 years well if parents dont enjoy clipping their childrens nails why not pay someone else to do it. they might use the less toxic polishes at these places too AKirstin 9 years Nail polish is an ageless joy, as far as I'm concerned. Makeup, I feel is for older girls.