Kim Kardashian complains North 'has been getting in my makeup lately'

Her new KKW Beauty Crystallized Collection is set to be released at noon PST on Wednesday.

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And hours before collection drops, showed off items on her Instagram stories alongside Kardashian/Jenner favorite makeup artist Ariel Tejada.

During the makeup talk, Kim, 40, went to put on some of her KKW Beauty Crystallized lip gloss in Icy Pink and realized that North, seven, used it previously when she was trying on a orangey red lipstick.

Tutorial: Her new KKW Beauty Crystallized Collection is set to be released at noon PST on Wednesday. And hours before collection drops, Kim Kardashian showed off items on her Instagram stories alongside Kardashian/Jenner favorite makeup artist Ariel Tejada

Prior to the discovery, Kim explained that she used Crystallized, Matte Tiger’s Eye and Mother Of Pearl from the new KKW Beauty Crystallized Palette.

She also showed off the new bronzers and blushes, adding that Ariel used one of the blushes that was a baby doll hue.

Kim added that there are eight nude lip liners in the collection; she said they used Nude 2 today.

She went on to put some gloss on her lips and realized that North messed with her makeup.

Oops: During the makeup talk, Kim, 40, went to put on some of her KKW Beauty Crystallized lip gloss in Icy Pink and realized that North, seven, used it previously when she was trying on a orangey red lipstick

As she put it on her lips, Kim commented: ‘At first it looked really bright.’

Kim exclaimed: ‘You know why? Because North f****n sorry she put… ahh.. she mixes… she put it on top of red. I was like why is this looking so bright.’

‘She’s been getting in my makeup lately. And she put… look at this…you can see the thing has orange on it…’ Kim added.

‘You know what she used? She used the Kourtney X Kylie Orangey lip… she’s been in my makeup… OK girl. Well that has a little orange tang to it and it’s as cute as it can be,’ the beauty said.

Having fun: She went on to put some gloss on her lips and realized that North messed with her makeup 

Caught! Kim said: ‘You know why? Because North f****n sorry she put… ahh.. she mixes… she put it on top of red. I was like why is this looking so bright’

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Kim added that she uses KKW Beauty products ‘all the time,’ with Ariel confirming that she does.

She also attempted to do a swatch on her wrist; Kim said: ‘This whole time showing you that my swatch game has elevated.’

Ariel quipped: ‘Yes, you have definitely improved from the last time,’ he said with a laugh.

Kim speaking about North being in her makeup comes over a year after she revealed that husband Kanye West has barred North from wearing any makeup until she is a teenager.

Makeup: Kim added that she uses KKW Beauty products ‘all the time,’ with Ariel confirming that she does

Nice: Kim showed off her impeccable makeup, which was done by Ariel

Previous: Kim speaking about North being in her makeup comes over a year after she revealed that husband Kanye West has barred North from wearing any makeup until she is a teenager

 In September 2019, Kim revealed that she got into ‘trouble’ with Kanye for allowing North, who was six at the time, to wear makeup.

She said: ‘I think he had it, he changed all the rules. I’d let her wear you know… she has a little red for Christmas, I’d let her wear a red lip, or I’d let her do one pop of something. I’d let her, if she’s wearing a black dress, a black lip,’ during an interview with at the time.

Kim also added that sister Kylie Jenner would give North makeup too from her Kylie Cosmetics line.

‘So I kind of got in trouble for that. So, it’s now no more makeup,’ Kim explained.

But Kim noted that North is still ‘absolutely’ allowed to ‘weigh in’ on fashion. 

Throwback: She said: ‘I think he had it, kampus terbaik di lampung he changed all the rules. I’d let her wear you know… she has a little red for Christmas, I’d let her wear a red lip, or I’d let her do one pop of something. I’d let her, if she’s wearing a black dress, a black lip,’ during an interview with E! News at the time; Kim and North pictured September 22, 2018 in the Pacific Palisades

Latest: North did wear makeup for her 2020 Halloween costume however; pictured with her cousin Reign, five, in costume as rockers

Glamorous: In addition to her KKW Beauty Crystallized Collection dropping Wednesday, her KKW Beauty Crystals launch is happening as well. Both launches are 12 pm PST on Wednesday, November 25

has revealed it is expanding its range of free online STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) activities to keep children educate and entertained over the holidays.

The tech company’s selection of activities includes a new game called Cyber Robotics Challenge.

This three-hour long event tasks a youngster with using maths to ensure a friend’s birthday present gets delivered by an Amazon fulfilment centre robot.   

Amazon has also expanded its popular educational platform Maths4All to include secondary school-level activities as well as those geared towards younger pupils.

Maths4All offers hundreds of worksheets on Kindle and Fire Tablets and maths challenges via Alexa. 

Amazon said its free activities ‘can help maintain and accelerate learning and development’ at a time when children have had to adapt to life in a pandemic.  

Shot of the interactive Cyber Robotics Challenge, letting children learn how Amazon manages to deliver so many packages with same-day delivery 

Ofsted  that UK children of all ages and backgrounds have lost some basic skills and learning as a result of school closures and restrictions. 

‘At Amazon, we are passionate about education and learning,’ said John Boumphrey, UK country manager at Amazon.

‘After a disruptive year of Covid-19-related school closures and terbaik sumatera distanced learning, we wanted to support families by providing free and easily-accessible educational resources to help young people keep learning while having fun over the school holidays.’ 

Here’s a look at the free activities available to children as part of Amazon’s push for children to make up for lost learning in STEM subjects. 

Cyber Robotics Challenge 

Cyber Robotics Challenge is a three-hour virtual learning experience where students learn the basics of computer science 

Cyber Robotics Challenge is one activity on Amazon Future Engineer, the tech giant’s programme for lower-income backgrounds to try computer science and coding. 

Challengers have to take control of Hercules, Amazon’s small, round fulfilment centre robot, to deliver their friend a birthday present on time. 

The challenge is hosted virtually by Fernanda and Jacques, two real-life Amazon Future Engineer apprentices, who guide each student through the challenge and teach them about their own careers in computer science. 

Students need to sign up with an account on the Cyber Robotics Challenge homepage and complete to earn a spot on a virtual leaderboard. 

As well as hosting students, teachers can sign up an entire class on the platform within a ‘virtual classroom’ for a group play mode.  

Other free resources available as part of Amazon Future Engineer include Hour of Code: Dance Party, an interactive dance-themed online coding tutorial. 

The programme includes opportunities for students from lower income backgrounds aged 18 and over to apply for apprenticeships and university bursaries. 

Maths4All 

Amazon highlighted how some school children had lost basic skills and learning as a result of school closures caused by the pandemic

In July, Amazon teamed up with education bodies to , an online ‘storefront’ providing free primary maths resources.  

Maths4All provides a selection of free, curriculum-linked maths worksheets, apps and games to complement work done at school. 

Now, Maths4All is being expanded this week to also offer free maths learning resources for secondary school students.

New offerings include GCSE and A-level prep books, maths books and workbooks from the Open University and the University of Cambridge and computing books from University College London. 

Amazon has also teamed up with The Open University and maths sites including Conquer Maths and Cazoom Maths for the new secondary content.

According to the Amazon, it’s added hundreds of new resources like books and worksheets for Kindle and Fire Tablets and free games and apps.

Jamie Frost, who runs the online learning platform Dr Frost Maths, has also contributed a number of original secondary resources to Maths4All. 

‘I want to engage students in a way that is relevant to their interests and their lives, as this is the best way to encourage students to consider further study in these subjects,’ he said.

‘Our passion and enthusiasm as teachers plays a key role in developing world-class learning resources.’

Alexa — the Maths Coach 

Young owners of an Amazon Echo smart speaker (pictured, the new spherical model released this year) can engage with Alexa in a round of maths tests

Any bored children during the Christmas holidays can also test their maths skills with Alexa, Amazon’s digital assistant. 

Just like Amazon offers apps for smartphones, it offers ‘skills’ for its Amazon Echo range of voice-activated smart speakers, which are powered by Alexa. 

Amazon users can enable and disable Alexa Skills on their Amazon account with a simple click of a button.  

For the Christmas holidays, ‘Maths Coach’ is a skill that aims to keep children’s ‘mathematical brain active’ with five levels of difficulty.

Once Maths Coach is enabled, kids can say ‘Alexa, ask the Maths Coach to start a test’ or ‘Alexa, ask the Maths Coach for a hard addition test’. 

For some more ‘light-hearted learning’, they can also say ‘Alexa, tell me a fact about maths?’, ‘Alexa, tell me a joke about maths’ or ‘Alexa, rap about pi’.   

There are also games that can be enabled through Alexa Skills, including Math Mountain, where players have to answer seven maths questions correctly to reach the summit. 

Amazon account holders can enable Maths Coach online, turning digital assistant Alexa into a maths expert

Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize 

In November, Amazon launched the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize, a UK-wide challenge for 11- to 16-year-olds to submit their ideas on how they would use technology for social good. 

Teams are invited to ‘put their passion for STEM subjects to the test’ by creating solutions to some of the world’s biggest issues from climate change to ageing populations. 

The programme hopes to provide young people from all backgrounds with an introduction to the possibilities of entrepreneurship in STEM.

Children can form team and enter the virtual competition until February 12, making the Christmas holidays a perfect time to enter, according to Amazon. 

The firm said it’s also working with education charity Teach First to support the recruitment and training of 50 secondary school computer science teachers and more than 200 careers strategy personnel.  

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