Channing Tatum is all about that #iwokeuplikethis trend when it comes to the women in his life, even if they aren't. According to wife Jenna Dewan Tatum, although she's perfectly fine with the #nomakeup look, their 4-year-old daughter, Everly, is itching to get her hands on a makeup brush.
While attending Young Living Essential Oils's "Scents of Self" celebration at New York Fashion Week on Thursday, Dewan Tatum told People about her husband's taste in makeup. "He prefers [me] without makeup. Makes it easy on me," she said, adding that it will definitely be a while before Channing allows Everly to start trying out beauty products. "I don't think he's anywhere near ready. He'll see pictures and be like, 'That girl is 14?!' It's mind-blowing, you really almost can't see it's what's happening."
When the pair, who married in Malibu in July 2009 after meeting on the set of Step Up, do decide it's an appropriate time for their daughter to start wearing makeup, Dewan Tatum, 36, already knows what she'll teach Everly about beauty. "When it comes to beauty, I love beauty, my mom loved beauty. No one ever judged us for it," she said. "We should just stop the shaming and the judging in general. Women who wear makeup say you should wear makeup. People who don't wear makeup say you shouldn’t wear makeup. Just be you. So if she likes it great, if she doesn't, fine."
But until that day comes, Dewan Tatum said Everly is perfectly happy to experiment with makeup (and her paint set!) on her mom's face, as evidenced by a photo the dancer and actress posted to Instagram last weekend. "Evie just might take over the beauty industry one day. Her finest work I dare say 😂," she captioned the snap. Of the photo, in which splotches of black paint are in fact perfectly placed under her cheekbones, Dewan Tatum told People, "She did a contour. It was in the right spot. It was kind of amazing actually. She calls it freestyle. She goes, 'Mommy, let me freestyle,' and I said okay. She has a really strong sense of creativity and I foster that."
A little heavy-handed, but on trend if we do say so ourselves, Everly.