Kim Kardashian regrets letting North West wear red lipstick

Kim Kardashian has once again proven herself as a beauty expert with the launch of a new makeup line under the SKKN by Kim brand. But if she had her way, her children wouldn't follow suit.

In a new interview with Bustle, Kardashian revealed that her 10-year-old daughter, North West, isn't interested in beauty trends, but there's one thing she regrets letting her try.

"I think back and sometimes I remember letting my daughter wear red lips once for Christmas," she tells Bustle. "Would I do that now? Probably not."

Luckily, West doesn't take makeup too seriously. “I don’t think she’s at the point where she’s going to Sephora to try things on,” she said.

Instead, West prefers to do other people's makeup, especially her mom's. In 2022, she created a gorgeous Thanksgiving dinner for Kardashian and shared the entire process on TikTok. She enjoys doing the same things with her friends.

Kim Kardashian and daughter North West attend the Western Conference semifinals playoff game on May 12, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images

Of course, that means Kardashian's makeup drawer isn't safe. "You know what, they're always trying to take advantage of everything I have in my drawer," she said. "I'm interested in art. I think it's fun when they try everything and express themselves."

West is particularly interested in using prosthetics and special effects makeup to transform people into interesting things and creatures. On Hulu's "Kardashians ," she transforms her mom into her new art teacher "Anika" and has her prank everyone in the family, including her 6-year-old sister Chicago and grandmother Kris Jenner.

"At least for my oldest daughter, she just loves dressing up and putting makeup on her friends, whether it's like Pikachu or the Grinch," Kardashian said. "We were in the makeup department at Saks that night and she was testing something out, but using it to speak her mind. I'm like, I don't think that's really why you wear eyeliner."