Friday, June 15, 2012

Make-up for Little Girls



Make-up for Little Girls

There will come a time that our little girls need a dash of make-up for an exclusive events like a little pageant, a parade or occasion like wedding for a role of flower girl or little bride. Of course we want our princess to stand out their beauty from their ordinary look and from the rest of same age. But heavy make-up or full make-up does not necessary for our little kids for they have already a flawless skin and doesn't have any freckles that need to conceal and hide.

Here are some tips to do the make-up for our little girl:

1.Lipstick - Pink lipstick are suitable for kids it is more girly and eye catching for them. Pink lips gives simplicity and complement for their little face. Avoid using red, orange or nude color for this is suitable only for grown-ups people. You can also add lip-gloss for a little shine effect on their lips.

2. Blush - Give your kids a natural blush by pinching a little on their cheek giving them a natural shape to put on a blush on. Color pink blush or a lighter color are more appropriate to their skintone. Don't use red for their face to avoid a funny clown blush.

Make-up for Little Girls

3. Eyeshadow - Lighter color like blue, pink and beige are suitable for their cute eyes, only a basic application are needed for their eye lid.

4. Powder - their face are naturally flawless even a simple baby powder can use to lessen the oiliness on their skin.

5. Mascara - Putting mascara is optional but it will compliments their eyes and lashes if we put a little mascara. You can opt for a colorless mascara for girls.

Optional Make-up for kids:
-eyeliner
-brow-liner
-contouring powder

Tips:
Since it is for little girls, it need only a basic color just to outshine a little from the rest of kids, it doesn't need to be a fully make-up coverage like we put on adult people. It is important that they feel beautiful on that occasion or more like a princess to boost their confidence that will show their natural beauty.

How about you, care to share your tips for kid's make-up!

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tips. I have 3 daughters and sometimes it is necessary to give them a little make-up especially for some school occasions/presentations.

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  2. Will keep these tips in mind when my little girl needs to attend special events someday.

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  3. Nice tips! Hated eyeliners when I was a kid though, so if I'll put makeup on a little girl, would skip that one.

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  4. Nice tips ... but in my opinion let children be just children!!!

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  5. thanks for this! it's the usual dilemma whenever we need to put makeup to lil girls in school presentations & in weddings as flower girls, "how to maintain their lil girl look?!"


    Tin of http://ohhthat.blogspot.com

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  6. Chris, these tips are just great. Although my little girl is not so little anymore, I'm sure she'll find these helpful. She may be a tweener now, but I still want her to be who she is - a kid. :)

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  7. am not really so sure about putting make up on little girls, not only will it be harmful on their baby skin {especially if you're not using mineral make-ups} but it simply mars the sheer beauty of their innocence + cherubic charm. but it's just me, of course, + it is probably easy to say it since I do not have a little girl! :)

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  8. Hmn idk if I would like to put make-up on my kid in the future :/
    Probably just baby powder & lipgloss.~

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  9. I myself don't wear make-up :(

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  10. Thanks for these tips, these will be helpful especially I have two girls:)

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  11. I don't wear makeup except on special occasions and I don't like seeing little girls wearing make up at all. If my little girl absolutely has to like being a flower girl in a wedding, I'll probably dab a little Benetint on her cheeks and lips. The stylist can go crazy with her hair.

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  12. My little girl never wear make-up yet :-) she is almost 6 years old :-) As far as I want to keep her natural beauty, I do not want her to wear any make-up at a young age :-) Great tips though :-)

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