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Make-up Mania

A large box set for children by Galt. This time it was my eldest daughter’s birthday, and she had some friends over for a sleepover party. To keep them occupied, I bought them a Make-up Mania box, and this is what it was like.

This box cost me £14.99 and I thought that was pretty good value for money really. It was for my daughter’s 10th Birthday Sleepover and it would be a great present for someone doing the same thing. The box contains eight nail varnishes – and they’re nice pearly and glittery ones too; a heart nail file; 2 toe dividers; 2 hair bands; a pack of lots of little hair clips; 6 butterfly hair clips; 2 lip glosses; stick-on gems; nail stickers; transfer tattoos; a head band; glitter hair mascara, body glitter and 8 eye shadows/lip sticks.

All in all there is plenty to keep you daughter and her friends occupied at a sleepover. And when I compare the price to my other daughter’s disco party (£120!) this is an absolute bargain!! I did actually buy a couple of other boxes (friendship bracelets and body stickers set) as well, but I did have 10 children staying; and you’d be completely stupid (like I was) to have that many. If it was just 4 or 5, this box would be enough. I’d recommend it for ages 8 to 11.

Beauty,
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