Little Cosmetics Pretend Make Up Giveaway

May 24, 2012
Little Cosmetics is play make-up that looks and feels just like real make-up. But it doesn’t show up on skin or rub off on fingers. Pretend play at its best – all the imagination and no mess! Little Cosmetics is the perfect solution for the little girl that always wants to use mom’s make-up, but won’t be fooled by fake plastic make-up. And the perfect choice for mom’s that want to keep their little girls mess-free and safe from toxins.

Little Cosmetics is different than most pretend make-up for four reasons:

1) It actually looks like real make-up. Each pretend make up piece is packaged in realistic looking compacts and jars with vibrant shades, it can even fool adults!

2) It feels real! It is not fake hard plastic or dried nail polish. It is soft and smooth, just like real make-up.
3) They do not show up on skin at all. Little Cosmetics is not a chemical free make up that is safe for kids like what is sold in stores. It is 100% pretend make up.

4) The pretend make-up in Little Cosmetics products is safe and non-toxic.

The Luxury Kit Includes:
– One Pressed Powder Compact
– Two Iridescent Lip Glosses with roller ball applicator
– One Pink Blush Compact
– Two Eye Shadow Palettes
– One Glitter Shadow Pot
– 5 Piece Brush Set (real make-up brushes!)

The entire kit comes packaged in a pink organza draw string bag so your little girl can tote around her make up easily! Please not that Little Cosmetics are a choking hazard because they contain small parts. They are not intended for children under 3.
Buy It: You can purchase a Little Cosmetics Luxury Kit for 25.00 on etsy.com!

Win It: Little Cosmetics has offered one lucky reader their own Essentials Kit!

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Giveaway is open to US residents only and ends on 06/07 at 11:59m EST. Giveaway rules can be found here. This giveaway is brought to you by Little Cosmetics and Real Mom Reviews. Grinning Cheek to Cheek is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

Comments

  1. Its a very unique highlighter, when you swatch it, it
    looks just like this, with the number 2 indicated right over here.
    The court said the FDA’s definition of hypoallergenic
    was unfair because a lack of evidence that consumers perceived the term in the way that natural
    hair brushes do, so I wasn’t put off by this.
    The lipsticks themselves are made from such yummy ingredients
    as jojoba, shea butter and meadowfoam seed oil.

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