Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's daughter Sophia, 12, is unrecognizable in Christmas card after backlash for 'too much makeup'

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham's daughter Sophia, 12, looked unrecognizable in their virtual Christmas card after the star slammed for letting her tween wear makeup.

Farrah has been relentlessly slammed by fans for her "questionable" parenting choices, most recently called 'disgusting' for allowing Sophia to wear such heavy makeup in the holiday photos.


Farrah, 30, posted a virtual Christmas card on her Instagram to wish her fans and followers happy holidays.

Her post was a reel of photos of Farrah and her daughter Sophia inside of a snow glob.

Sophia still had her hair dyed with red streaks at the time the photos were taken, instead of her current purple hair.

The mother and daughter were dressed to the nines in the pictures, and Farrah was slammed for allowing her daughter to wear so much makeup.

One fan wrote: "Omg what have you done to that child? Ho paint!!! Inappropriate for a young girl. What is the matter with you???!!!"

A second agreed and posted: "You're raising a daughter who will be raising your grandchild at the age of 15. You're supposed to break the cycle!"

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A third commented: "Stop making your daughter act like an adult! She's a teen, let her be one already!"

Yet a fourth chimed in, "Why do you insist upon sexualizing your daughter?" as a fifth said, "This is NOT healthy."

A sixth simply wrote: "Disgusting."

'LET HER BE A KID!'

Farrah was first ripped for allowing Sophia to wear so much makeup back in February of this year.

Fans slammed Farrah after she dressed up Sophia in hair extensions and fake nails for her 12th birthday.

She wore a shiny metallic, longe-sleeved mini-dress that hit right above her knee, with a black-and-gold belt around her waist.

Sophia rocked a pair of white Nike sneakers with a pink logo on the side and gold shoelaces.

It wasn’t the attire that fans took issue with, though; it was her full face of makeup, her hip-length hair extensions, and fake nails.

She showed it all off while pouting her lips and throwing up two peace signs as she posed in front of colorful floral decorations.

Many of the former Teen Mom’s followers slammed her for allowing her young daughter to have on all of the added beauty products.

One angered Instagram user wrote: “She is 12. Starting out young. She needs to know her worth, and natural beauty… She is turning into you.”

Another told her: “She is 12!!!!!! Let her be a KID.”

A third blasted Farrah, saying: “I have a 9-year-old niece… when we take pictures I literally slap the duck face off her lol. 

“Not really but dang hair extensions? Let her be a kid.”

Others felt bad for Sophia, calling her a “poor baby” who has to deal with all of this, and said the look is “weird” for someone her age and that she has on way “too much make-up.”

IN FARRAH'S CORNER

Fellow Teen Mom Jenelle Evans supported Farrah for letting Sophia wear makeup and called it "cool" for preteens.

The mom of three who has faced criticism for putting makeup on her own toddler daughter, Ensley, defended her former Teen Mom co-star for allowing her preteen to wear makeup.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Jenelle said: “I really don't have a problem with makeup. I think it's cool when you get to the preteen age and you start your makeup."

At that stage in life, Jenelle said: “Trial and error really goes a long way. So that's awesome. Good for Farrah on that!” 

However, the mother-of-three said that when it comes to some of the clothing choices Farrah has allowed for Sophia to sport, she added: “I don’t agree with kids wearing skimpy clothes.” 

The former Teen Mom star said that some of the clothing options Farrah has the 12-year-old wearing reminds her of Fashion Nova’s clothing line for children. 

“Some of the clothes that Fashion Nova kids promotes is kind of skimpy too and it reminds me of that.  

They have girls in crop tops and I think that when you're old enough you can choose what you want to wear, but when you're in your parents' home you should not be wearing that type of stuff,” Jenelle added. 

SHAKE IT OFF?

Earlier this month, Farrah posed for a photo with Sophia beside two scantily clad dancers.

She and her mom appeared to be standing between two showgirls.

The dancers were dressed from head-to-toe in white, sporting bikini-like outfits that featured shiny details and feathers.

Sophia did not caption the snap, which comes weeks after Farrah, 30, was chastised for twerking in a video with her daughter.

The video was shared by the former reality star in November on her TikTok account.

It showed her and Sophia dancing in the kitchen, moving from side-to-side with their arms in the air while mimicking the moves of a Roblox video.

Although the ex Teen Mom OG star appeared proud of the clip and didn't see an issue with it, critics online slammed her over the "inappropriate" dance and accused her of "exploiting" Sophia.

OVERBOARD

Months earlier, in August, Farrah was slammed for bringing Sophia to a yacht party in Mexico.

Farrah shared videos of herself and Sophia partying with the rest of the attendees, all of whom were adults.

She held up a drink and said: "Cheers to getting done with Harvard stuff, doing law stuff and just trying to take a break. Schools about to start, moms, what a summer. Cheers!"

Fans tore Farrah apart over her decision to bring Sophia to the party, where alcohol was served.

One commenter complained: "Farrah puts Sophia in another inappropriate situation."

Another wrote: "This poor child, I am sick thinking about her life and future."

Farrah has dealt with CPS at least once before.

She made the confession in her new book, Dream Twenties: Self Guided Self Help Memoir, writing that the agency "threatened to take" Sophia over her "unsafe" actions as a parent.



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