For it set her on a path to fame, which continues to this day.
Dad played a somewhat surprising part too by allowing Pear to use him as a try-out model for her make-up techniques.
Over the years, and after many hours of practice, Pear’s parents decided to send their ten-year-old daughter to London to attend a make-up course. She so impressed her teacher that Pear was invited to join her at the London Fashion Week, where she helped to make-up four of the event’s top models.
Back in Thailand, Pear has become something of a sensation, working as a make-up artist for two of the country’s top models, Pearypi and Momay Paplearn.
Her career path so far hasn’t always been easy, however. Pear almost quit her hobby after facing some nasty social media bullying and only continued after words of support from friends, family and clients.
So, what advice does Pear have about make-up? “It helps your confidence if you’re not confident about yourself,” she reckons. “But if you are confident about the way you look, you don’t need it.”
What about the future? “I’m just concentrating on making youtube videos,” she says. And with so many followers already, that’s hardly surprising.