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HBO show Girls joins new tooth jewellery trend

Tue

TV show Girls has jumped on the latest trend of baby tooth jewellery as one of the characters receives the custom-made gift in the latest episode of the HBO hit. The woman who started it all, Jackie Kaufman, appeared on Good Morning America to talk about her online Etsy shop Rock My World, which creates the unusual mementos.

Jackie was commissioned by the wardrobe department of HBO’s Girls, to create a silver pendant out of a baby tooth. She added that she has already received over 100 orders for the tooth charms so far, charging between $64.99 (about £40) and $74.99 (about £45) for the silver moulds.

Jackie went on to say that this type of memorabilia is becoming extremely popular and explained that ‘once people are aware of what they can do with the baby teeth, and the very unique pieces of jewellery that can be created, they will be more inclined to have them made.’ However, the jewellery designer is also aware that not everyone will find the custom-made pieces so desirable, saying ‘You are either repulsed by it or love it.’

Global editor for BabyCenter, Linda Murray, spoke to ABC about the designs, explaining that parents are always looking for new ways to commemorate those special moments , saying ‘Losing a tooth is a pivotal moment in a child’s development and symbolic of crossing the threshold from baby to big kid.’

Mother injects eight-year-old with Botox

Mon

Mother injects eight-year-old with BotoxA mother is under investigation from child welfare authorities after a national television programme showed her injecting her daughter with Botox.

Kerry Campbell came under fire after she revealed she had given her eight-year-old daughter the treatment to improve her chances of winning beauty pageants.

Ms Campbell, who appeared on American TV show Good Morning America to defend her actions, did not reveal where she purchased the potentially dangerous substance.

Daughter Britney joined her mother on the television programme and revealed that she was used to the pain caused by the injections.

She said: "I just don't think wrinkles are nice on little girls."

Meanwhile, a British mother revealed she gave her 15-year-old daughter permission to receive the injection during a Spanish holiday, the Sun reports.

Sarah Burge, who has spent £500,000 on cosmetic surgery for herself, supported her teenage daughter's decision to have the treatment in a bid to maintain her youthful complexion.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800534329-ADNFCR

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