Beyoncé's Mom Tina Knowles-Lawson Gets Glam Makeover from 9-Year-Old Granddaughter Blue Ivy

Tina Knowles-Lawson got a makeover from granddaughter Blue Ivy Carter!

On Thursday, Knowles-Lawson, Beyoncé's mom, shared a selfie on Instagram of her glam makeup look, which she said Blue Ivy, 9, did all on her own.

"My talented granddaughter Blue made up my face today," she wrote. "She is only 9 years old can you imagine her at 15 doing my makeup?"

"She Beat My Face ❤️" the proud grandma continued. "Gonna save me a lot of money on make up artist fees 😂❤️"

Blue Ivy received compliments from many of Knowles-Lawson's followers.

"Blue killed it," one follower wrote.

Actress Holly Robinson Peete commented, "Wow. Let me get an appointment."

This isn't the first time Beyoncé's oldest daughter has created a killer makeup look on her grandma. In October, Knowles-Lawson posted another selfie, this time in skeleton makeup.

"My Blue is a great make up artist ! She made me into Grandma Skeleton !!❤️❤️," the 66-year-old fashion designer and businesswoman shared with her followers at the time.

In the photo, Knowles-Lawson was transformed into a skeleton, with dark hollowed-out eyes and cracks in her skull.

Last year, the designer also spoke to PEOPLE about how she was dealing with being away from her family, explaining that she calls or FaceTimes with her grandkids, including 3-year-old twin siblings Sir and Rumi, "every day."

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"Up until about six weeks ago, I was seeing them every day because we all got tested and we weren't in contact with anyone, so I got to go over there every day. So when they left it was like withdrawal," Knowles-Lawson said. "And my oldest granddaughter told her mom, 'Grandma is hugging us too much,' when I first went around them. Because you just wanna touch 'em and you wanna hug 'em, so I'm going through that."

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