If you thought Kylie Jenner was growing up too fast, just wait till you see her nieces North West and Penelope Disick.
The two toddlers are now rocking hair extensions in the form of long, cornrow braids, and the internet isn't happy.
Kim Kardashian posted the photo above of her two-year-old daughter North to Snapchat, and fans pummeled social media with criticism, deeming the new 'do inappropriate for a child so young.
"Why would you ever put fake hair on a child?" wrote one Instagram user.
"North West has hair extensions? Do what you want as a mom, but 2 years old and already being taught that natural isn't good enough?" another critic chimed in on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian shared this pic of herself twinning with three-year-old Penelope:
"I made her my mini-me," Khloe wrote in the caption.
However, her original caption read, "Native," but it was later deleted and replaced.
Penelope and Khloe's braids, while also met with criticism over the tyke being too young for a weave, are considered by many to be cultural appropriation.
On the flip side, many fans thought the kids looked adorable, so naturally, an all-out war broke out in the comment section of Instagram.
Earlier this year, fans were up in arms over a photo of North West applying contour makeup to her face. Some felt it was harmless fun, but others were concerned that North might be adopting her mother's superficial ways too soon.
Most daughters want to copy their mamas, but when your parents are as image-obsessed as the Kardashians, is this a good thing?