Lourdes Leon Attends Kabbalah Services

Lourdes Leon was seen playing with her hair while walking into the Kabbalah Center in New York City on Saturday (December 18).

The 14-year-old recently wrote on her blog that she wants “royal blue hair”, but that her mom, Madonna, disapproves.

She adds, “So now you all know what I have had to put up with for the past 14 years of my life :D”

This past summer, she blogged about being grateful that her mom was letting her dye her hair as soon as she turned 14.

I’m just going to use this blog entry to tell y’all a little bit about myself. I’m 13 and I’ll be 14 in October, so I can’t wait for that because I am FINALLY allowed to dye my hair… THANK YOU MOTHER!!”

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  • Anonymous

    After all what Madonna has done over the course of her life, i think Lourdes’ wishes for dying her hair blue should be the least of her concerns.

    • Anonymous

      Whatever Madonna did when she was famous, she did it as an ADULT and not as a child. As a child, Madonna was a straight-A student who earned a full scholarship to a university. While Lourdes is still a child, Madonna and Carlos have every right to enforce rules and boundaries. When Lourdes is an adult, then she can do as she pleases, but until then, she’s just another normal teenager trying to get away with things that their parents don’t approve of or [jokingly] complaining about not getting away with things. I think so far, Lourdes comes off pretty well and normal.

      • Anonymous

        I don’t get it. Usually in this blog Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are praised for giving their children freedom to express themselves, either in clothing or accessories or whatever. But with Madonna, she has to enforce rules and boundaries?

        • Anonymous

          That’s not what I said and I don’t care what others do, I am defending the parent’s right to decide what is best for their own children and what works for them.

          You are using what Madonna has done as an adult when she became famous to say that because she’s done all that, that Lourdes should be allowed to do whatever she wants regardless of Madonna’s and/or Carlos’ wishes even though she’s a child. Like I said, Madonna was an adult when she made all those choices, whatever they were. Madonna doesn’t HAVE TO do anything but IF she wants to do something like restrict hair dyeing, it’s her right to decide that because she’s the PARENT/ADULT. On the other hand, if Madonna decides to let her daughter dye her hair again or do something else or express herself in some other way, then she should be able to do that too-it should all be HER (and Carlos’) choice or decision to do what she believes is best for her children.

          • Anonymous

            I understand your point, and i agree. But the thing is that in blogs like these it all the depends on who the parents are to make a judgment. It doesn’t apply to you but it does to the majority. That’s why i answered you the way i did. If we see Shiloh, Pax, Maddox, etc with purple hair and black lipstick, Brangelina get praised for the “freedom” they give to their kids to “express themselves”, but if it’s other kids like Suri or Willow or any others, the parents are bashed for being “bad” parents for giving “freedom” to their kids.

          • Anonymous

            I see what you’re saying and agree that there is bias. Whatever certain parents do, particularly Brad and Angelina, is praised and whatever other specific parents do, they get bashed even though it might be the same thing but in a slightly different package. You’re definitely right about that.

  • Anonymous

    Lola already dyed her hair black since it used to be medium brown. She wants to dye it again, but this time royal blue, though she confesses that she’ll probably get bored of it within two weeks as she’s already bored of the black hair. I think Madonna is right to not approve of some of things Lola wants to do, especially things she might keep changing her mind over- Madonna’s within her rights.

  • antigoniem

    It’s hair people, it grows back and the dye will wear off with time. If her parents say she can have royal blue hair, then what’s the big deal?!

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