Make Up Party Activity

Make your own non-toxic shimmer & blusher!


Children will love this unique MAKE UP PARTY activity experience!
Open your “done for you” party in a box and set up in a park, your garden or at home around the table, so great for all weather!

Children get to mix clay, oils and mica powders ready to press into their tins. Once pressed into the shimmer and rose tin, the make up is ready to use straight away with the beautiful bamboo make up brushes.

An easy set up; simply take the lids off the boxes, lay out the boards, accessories and guests can get start making their own natural non toxic shimmer and blusher. Ideal for over 8 or with parent help.

Children can take their completed make up, brush and board home and in the take home bag provided.

Proudly handmade in Australia using environmentally sustainable materials and packaging.

Price is per guest, with a minimum of 5!

This is a beautiful activity to enjoy with friends making natural shimmer and blusher make up. Children will have fun mixing and concocting their own stunning make up with natural clay powders and oils, before pressing into tins.

Party guests can use their bamboo brushes with their creations straight away and then take home in their take home bags to play with at home. Why not add decorating and personalising their take home bags provided as party of the party to take home their tins and brush, along with any prizes or cake!

Suited to children of 8 and over!

– Clay powder – White & pink
– Tins of shimmer & pink mica powder
– Jars of jojoba oil & witch hazel with rose geranium essential oil
– Wooden board
– Wooden spoons
– Kraft cups – for mixing
– Kraft pots with jars/tins/clay powder
– Bamboo make up brush
– Kraft bags – to take clay home in party bags
– Instructions of how to set up the party

Our kits are not suitable for children under 3 as they contains small parts.

We always recommend adult supervision at all times and for children to be 3 years and over.






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