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Penelope Disick gives brother Reign a Minions makeover

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“Minions” makeup is continuing to take over TikTok.

Penelope Disick is the latest Kar-Jenner kid to jump on the colorful transformation trend, turning brother Reign into one of the bespectacled cartoon characters using cosmetics.

The 10-year-old daughter of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick broke into her mom’s beauty stash with Reign, 7, and documented it all on TikTok Tuesday.

In the silly clip, Penelope swiped Kosas Revealer Concealer ($28) onto her little brother’s face, followed by an all-over application of an orange eyeshadow shade from aunt Kylie Jenner’s brand.

She finished the look by drawing on the requisite black glasses with liquid eyeliner, filling the frames with a shimmery white shade from another Kylie Cosmetics palette for added punch.

Minion party

Reign even wore a yellow T-shirt and denim shorts, clutching a bunch of bananas to complete the effect.

“Minion party,” Penelope captioned the clip.

Reign’s “Minions” makeover comes just a few days after Penelope’s cousin, North West, transformed Kim Kardashian into “Mommy Minion.”

The Skims mogul swapped her signature contoured look for something much more colorful and cartoonish, courtesy of her 9-year-old daughter.

The eldest child of Kim and ex Kanye West used four different palettes to create the look, beginning with a bright yellow shade to paint her mom’s face.

💛 MOMMY MINION 💛

She then drew round glasses onto her face with a black liner, and completed the look with glittery blue lips.

The beauty tutorial was shared by Kim and North’s joint TikTok account — which, like Penelope’s account with Kourtney, is “managed by an adult.”

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