Natural Play Makeup Sets Every Mother Should Know About

Little girls love rummaging through their Mum's makeup bag. I did when I was young and when my daughter was about 5 or 6 she would watch me putting my makeup on and try to do her own face painting using my makeup.

It was impossible to find kids makeup sets for her, every brand that I found was usually falling apart with petroleum-based ingredients, slimy and difficult to get off.

There's a real excitement playing with Mum's lipstick and getting it all over the wrong places. Even better with the mascara wand! It creates the perfect black, disgraceful, messy chaos that's near impossible to remove from sofas and walls.

No Nasties Makeup offers natural makeup sets made with naturally safe lip gloss, eyeshadow, blush and a perfect little handheld mirror.  With No Nasties washable kids makeup sets you're giving your child the freedom to role play with makeup so their imaginations run wild with the safest makeup ingredients including; Mica, Zinc Oxide, Organic Australian Beeswax, Fractionated Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Shea Butter, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Eupatorium Rebaudianum Bertoni (Stevia Herb) Leaf Extract Sweetener, Mica and Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) Peel Essential Oil. 

Knowing what to read on cosmetic labels is something everyone should be doing, especially if it's beauty products that your kids are using. If you can spot harmful ingredients straight away like ethylbenzene, toluene, vinyl acetate, acetone, m-xylene and p-xylene then you're well on the way to choosing healthy and safe makeup for your child.

Having a kid's birthday party? Then consider our selection of No Nasties makeup as a gift, or they're just perfect for that special party favour or birthday party prize winner. Because kids really shouldn't be using adult makeup. No Nasties makeup is especially made for kids.

Did I mention these sets are handmade in Australia with the most delightful little eco friendly biodegradable cardboard packages?

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