Lourdes Leon Picks Her Material Girl Beauty Faves

08/18/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

Lourdes Leon Material Girl Beauty
Courtesy Material Girl

What do teenagers love? According to 14-year-old Lourdes Leon, it’s fresh and fruity scents, dramatic nail polish colors and of course, pretty party dresses.

The budding designer, who oversees Macy’s Material Girl line with mom Madonna, recently unveiled the latest offerings for the brand, including more denim, party dresses, outerwear, lingerie and makeup.

“I really like the vanilla body lotion,” she told PEOPLE while experimenting with some of the beauty buys. “It smells really good, fresh, like you just rubbed vanilla essence all over you … which is good!”

Another favorite? Labyrinth nail enamel. “I think it’s cool,” she said of the sheer, sparkly polish she was sporting that day. “You can wear it to school without it being overly bright, which is nice.”

But more than anything, the high schooler loves seeing her line grow. “I like when everything is done and I get to see it, and I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s cool,'” she explained. “This is a fine finished product, and it’s going in stores. I like to see what it looks like at the end.” Look for expanded Material Girl offerings to hit Macy’s stores this fall.

–Kate Hogan


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Jack on

Good Lord she needs to brush hog her eyebrows.

TG on

Sooooo tired of reading about Hollywood kids getting breaks no one else gets. Wish mags would wait until these kids actually accomplish something ON THEIR OWN without help from parents, agents, handlers, assistants, etc. She’ll end up in rehab at some point in her life.

Ari on

I don’t care if she’s 14, if she decided she wanted to do this then her age doesn’t matter. I’m 15 and would LOVE to be doing what she’s doing! Say what you will about teenagers now days but we’re driven and creative and I know that for a fact. We’re bored because we have so much at our fingertips we enjoy a real challenge and just because we don’t necessarily strive in school, that doesn’t mean we won’t in the real world!

paulina on

I can’t believe some people are criticizing a young girl’s eyebrows!! That’s why so many young girls have negative body images. I’d love to see all your “perfect” eyebrows. News Flash To all you People of Walmrt…She’s gorgeous.

Lourdes is so pretty. I always knew she would be as she was such a cute kid! If Madonna was my mom do you think I’d be at a 9-5, um no! And anyone on here who says they wouldn’t take advantages of the fact that Madonna is their mom is flat out lying. Bye Haters.

Katie on

Cute! Love her shorts too.

Betsy on

Shouldn’t she be doing homework?

Matt on

That can’t be Madonna’s daughter, we all know she only adopts children from foreign countries where the children still have parents.

Denise on

@ Tiff

Whats wrong w/a 14 yr old having ambitions to do things…whether they have money or not…your such a downer!!!

Star on

She is adorable and while I’m sure having Madonna as a mom opened doors for her, she will be great on her own. I work for Macy’s and have seen very cute items out of her clothing line.

AB on

@ Betsy – School doesn’t start in NY until Sept, so no, she shouldn’t be doing HW.
That being said, of course she has opportunities because of who her mom is. She has a very different reality, which doesn’t always make her life easier. While she does go to public school (a school which my own daughter attends), she isn’t well liked because she doesn’t relate well to the other students.

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