Salma Hayek Pinault opens up about her messy slime production at home. Salma, the Mexican actress, producer, beauty entrepreneur and activist stops by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, only to admit the slime production occurring in her home.
9-year-old daughter Valentina is becoming a young entrepreneur like her mother and father, French billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault.
Salma admits to Colbert that her 9-year old daughter is causing a slimy mess in her home. The young businesswoman Valentina is making slime and selling it to kids at school. With her mini business becoming a success at school, Valentina increases production.
With so much slime production going on in Salma Hayek Pinault’s kitchen, she is going insane. “I have, like, a whole closet full of slime. I mean, we are swimming in slime in my house!”, says Selma.
When it came to parent discipline- that flew out the window. Salma says, she attempted to get her husband on her side, instead, he had other plans. Instead the billionaire businessman asked, “How much are you selling it for? How much is the material? You are selling it for too little. You have to sell it for more”, said Selma.
It’s no secret a successful businessman will want to shed some light of entrepreneurism onto his daughter. Large slime sales at school have left Valentina to increase her production for sales.
The crazy “DIY” crafts are a huge hit for young kids. It can be made out of glue, yet difficult to make. Valentina’s successful slime production encouraged her classmates to learn slime production. As a successful little entrepreneur Valentina is learning to become resourceful.
Salma ended her conversation with Stephen Colbert by joking of taxes. SalmaHayek Pinault hopes her daughters booming slime business won’t lead to audits for not paying taxes. Colbert laughs and offers Salma a lawyer for her daughters future tax audit.