Why Is Suri Cruise Wearing Lipstick?


No, seriously. Why is Suri Cruise wearing lipstick? SURI CRUISE IS FIVE.

Okay. I understand little girls playing around with makeup. Most girls go through this phase. A lot of boys go through this phase, too. That’s fine. But usually, when kids go through the “I want to play with makeup like Mommy!” phase, they’re not sporting perfectly-applied Cherries in the Snow.

This REALLY WEIRDS ME OUT.

Does it weird you guys out, too? Please say it does. I’d like to think I’m not alone in my horror.

Just in case you need more convincing, here are two more photos:

WHAT IS THIS I DON’T EVEN.

[Via Buzzfeed]

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    • Cara

      Don’t worry, it weirds me out too! People make a huge deal out of her “high heels,” which are actually ballroom shoes. That’s not a big deal to me, but lipstick? C’mon, Katie Holmes! She lets Suri do whatever she wants. She’s gotta be a little brat. I’m terrified to think of what she’ll be like as a teenager.

    • Trey

      What weirds me out is you publishing pictures of a little girl and getting all perplexed by her lipstick.

    • Sara Scott

      She is a little girl playing. Why don’t you guys leave her the heck alone!

    • Kami Asana

      I missed the lipstick because I got sidetracked by the hideous shoes that Suri’s mom seems to think are so attractive that she wears them everywhere! Ewwww!

    • LaLa

      It’s a scientology thing. They don’t view children as being different from adults. The church even has a saying, “big thetans, little bodies.” That’s why she’s allowed to do/wear all these weird things and why Katie Holmes always calls refers to her as a “woman” in interviews (it’s true, google it). They think children are adults trapped in little bodies.

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    • Sarah

      I wore lipstick ALL the time at that age. Some girls just like makeup. And for the record, I hardly wear lipstick now and just have a quick 5-minute makeup routine for daily life. Let her have her fun!

    • Charity

      Its just lipstick. I used to LOVE lipstick at her age. But of course I was never allowed to wear it. I think its cute that Katie allows her daughter to express herself that way.