Kid’s Make Up Kit. Review.

My daughter was interested with make up for a while already. She kept stealing my make up case and if she is lucky, she even had a chance to use some of it:

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This time I decided to get her own make-up set, and she won’t use mine anymore. There are a lot of different kid’s make-up sets on the market, but 95% of them are cheap, plastic, toxic junk. I spent more than 2 months to find something that is kid’s safe, well made and fun to play.
Pinky Cosmetic Set

The set is made by Wonderworld company, that I wrote about before.

First of all it is made in Thailand from rubberwood and strictly using non-toxic paints, dyes and lacquers and formaldehyde free glue. Packaging is made from at least 70% recycled paper.

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The Pinky Cosmetic Set wooden pretend set includes a mirror, face powder, eye shadow, lipstick, nail polish and makeup brushes (yarn bristles) in a cute fabric cosmetic bag. This is the ultimate play cosmetic set.

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Sophia loved it from the moment she opened it:

 

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This adorable set allows her to feel that she is putting on makeup with out the mess.

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The “brushes” do not hold their shape but they are not supposed to.

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The cap for the lip stick doesn’t stay on very well, but because it is wood that is to be expected, and it does not bother us at all:

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I would recommend, especially for parents who would rather have their kids play with wooden toys instead of plastic ones.
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Our every day now starts with putting make up on, also Sophia puts everything in the make-up case and take it everywhere with her.
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