40 Dads After A Visit To Their Daughters’ “Beauty Salons” (New Pics)

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There’s not a single thing that loving dads wouldn’t for their little princesses. Even if that means going through the hours-long activities that are not necessarily on top of their favorites list. Like, going in for a beauty makeover, mascara, lipstick, shadow, nail polish and all the other good colorful stuff included.

At the same time, giving your kid total freedom to unleash their creative makeup skills on you is also one of a kind bonding experience. Think of it as a perfect dad and daughter quality time together that may bring some very surprising, cute, and honestly, cool results!

Bored Panda has compiled a list full of the most adorable pics of dads made pretty thanks to their daughters. And after you’re done reading this one, check out part 1 with kids who decided that decorating their parents in glitter, spice and everything nice is a totally excellent idea.

The common belief is that boys are the ones who benefit from their loving and involved dads the most, and girls thrive from their bond with mothers. But a recent body of research shows that dads have a great effect on their daughters too.

Lina Nielsen, a professor of educational and adolescent psychology at Wake Forest University, suggests that dads may shape their daughters’ mental health and relationships in adulthood. “Scholars have found an intriguing link between the way daughters deal with stress as adults and the kind of relationships they had with their dads during childhood.”

Incredibly, “undergraduate women who did not have good relationships with their fathers had lower than normal cortisol levels.” It’s known that people with low cortisol levels tend to be more sensitive and reactive in stressful situations.

Nielsen believes that women miss out if they neglect the bond they have with their fathers, as many still wrongly believe that “daughters should spend the most time and share the most personal information with their mothers.” Meanwhile, dads should make an effort to build those relationships with their daughters even if they find it easier to relate to their sons instead.

The question remains how daughters and fathers can create a positive and lasting relationship. It always starts at a young age when children are only infants. This is where participating in common activities comes into play.

As daughters grow older, working with dads or vacationing with them can also have a beneficial effect on a relationship, but the positivity towards each other and willingness to connect have to be already part of it. Otherwise, there’s always a danger they can be alienated from each other.

Me: Baby come here and give daddy a kiss, he’s gotta go to work.
Jazzy: But daddy I have to paint your toes.
Me: Nope, daddy’s got his shoes on and gotta go to work, now come give me a kiss.
Jazzy: Ok, then let me paint your face, daddy.
Me: *confidently laughs* Absolutely not, now I gotta go to work, now get over here and kiss me.
Jazzy: *while looking up at me with her mama @laurenhashianofficial’s intoxicating blue eyes... BUT DADDY, I need to paint your face for work.
Me: Ok, but make sure you choose manly colors that are flattering to my complexion.
As much as I tell her no, with my crazy busy life, this is the stuff I actually love

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My husband may kill me if he saw this pic out and about, but I leave you with this photo.

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