Tori Spelling allows her oldest daughter, Stella, 6, to wear makeup and heels — and it's not playing dress up — which is causing concern among the mothers of the youngster's friends, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
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Tori Spelling (seen here in 2012) has raised eyebrows in her inner circle, allowing her daughter Stella, 6, to indulge in makeup and expensive fashion at such a young age.
A source told RadarOnline.com that Stella (seen here this past May) “is allowed to wear lipstick and eyeshadow that she picks out during shopping trips with Tori.”
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Problems have arisen, according to the source, when “Stella has other friends over to the house, and her girlfriends — who arrived wearing no makeup — leave with it on.
Several mothers of Stella’s friends, the source said, “have told Tori their kids aren't allowed to wear any make-up, but Tori doesn't supervise what they do.”
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“Typically, Stella and Tori frequent a Sephora store close, where the girl is allowed to pick out her favorite colors,” the source said.
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For Stella's sixth birthday party last summer, Tori threw a $6,000 bash at a spa, much to the ire of other parents.
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The source said, "These girls are only six years old! Having birthday parties getting manicures, pedicures is just over the top, and sends the wrong message!”
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“It’s just not healthy,” the source said, that Tori allows Stella “to be so fixated on her physical appearance at such a very young age.”
At least it’s not going to her head: The source said that Stella (seen here last week) is "one of the sweetest kids,” “probably kind to a fault,” and “never has any behavior issues.”