In many ways, the rise in child beauty pageants can be linked to an increasingly pronounced cultural trend to treat young children as mini adults. In the event, they were both left rather underwhelmed by their pageant experience. They took a bus and train to reach the contest, traveling for nearly two hours. Their mother told the photographer they learned to do their own makeup at age 7. Later, she will show me a certificate she was given for taking part in the Mini Miss UK competition earlier this year.
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But it is hard not to notice as she talks that her eyelids are powdered with gold eyeshadow.
Living dolls: inside the world of child beauty pageants
I was thinking badly about myself. A mber is seven years old and loves Miley Cyrus. It is clear that Amber is a bright and charismatic girl, but does entering such a young child into a pageant encourage her to grow up too quickly? Walk into the room with a camera, and she'll grab you by the hand, tugging you into position. One mother interviewed for the BBC documentary puts it more succinctly when talking about her six-year-old daughter competing in a pageant: In the end, despite her obvious prettiness and natural charm, Amber did not win the Mini Miss UK title. Today it is a symbol of urban decay.