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Mom-Daughter Time! Jessica Alba Treats Honor to a Salon Day (Photos)

Little Honor Warren looks up to mom Jessica Alba.

How sweet is this?

Jessica Alba took her older daughter, Honor Warren, for a little Fancy Nancy treatment the other day at a West Hollywood salon. Honor emerged looking totally presh with a flower pinning back her curls.

Like all moms, Jessica knows that it’s important to spend quality time with each of her children. It gives kids the added attention they crave, and it gives them a break from intrusive brothers and sisters. Little Haven just turned one, and it won’t be long before she starts toddling around and getting into her big sis’s stuff.

Jessica kept her own outfit simple – an unadorned top and rolled jeans – and let Honor make the statement in a fun brown dress and smart shoulder bag.

See more of them in our gallery!

  • A day of beauty 1 of 5
    A day of beauty
    Jessica took Honor to a salon in West Hollywood for a little pampering.
  • Mother-daughter time 2 of 5
    Mother-daughter time
    Jessica knows it's important to give some one-on-one time to each of her children.
  • Staying simple 3 of 5
    Staying simple
    Even in a casual pink tank top and jeans, Jessica manages to look elegant.
  • Brown belle 4 of 5
    Brown belle
    We love Honor's giraffe-motif brown dress, set off with a turquoise necklace and bag.
  • Mom knows fashion 5 of 5
    Mom knows fashion
    Busy as she is, Jessica always makes sure her daughters look their very best.


[Photos: via PacificCoastNews.com]

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