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Kids Natural Makeup Ideas

It may be your child’s birthday party, her recital, a slumber party, or maybe you’re getting her ready for a school or family photography session and you’re curious about finding information for kids natural makeup ideas.

Professional makeup artist and educator, Lisa Sim, is answering all of your questions by showing you a beautiful, step-by-step tutorial on how to apply a little makeup to a child and highlight their naturally beautiful girl-like features while still looking like a beautiful young child.

Personally, I love that Lisa styles children professionally for magazines and other publications, and is consciences about the type of products that parents should be watching for and avoiding when selecting the right kind of products to apply to a child’s skin.

She mentioned avoiding products that contain

  • fillers
  • binders
  • parabens
  • preservatives
  • artificial colors
  • perfumes

and other known toxic and carcinogenic-causing ingredients that are often found in most cosmetics for adults.

I think this is an excellent point to be especially picky when applying makeup products to a child’s skin.

But why should our guard stop there?  Shouldn’t we be protecting what passes through to our bloodstreams too, as adults?  You can learn more about Lisa here and here.

Skin, Our Largest Organ

Because the skin is essentially the largest organ that we have, absolutely everything that is applied to your skin passes through all of the layers of the skin and goes directly into your blood.

Natural Kids Makeup for Kids

Photo Credit: Wikipedia

With this in mind, I like to be extremely picky when buying products for myself or my children.

Among other things, Lisa mentions to look for makeup products that don’t contain fillers, binders, parbens, and other toxic ingredients for your body.

After a search online, I’ve come up with several options that you may want to look at for yourself and see if you agree with the list of ingredients before purchasing anything for your child or yourself.

 

All-Natural, Certified Organic Kids Makeup

All Natural Organic Kids Makeup Tutorial

Photo Credit: Kooalo

Also, a company called Kooalo claims that their all natural, organic kids makeup set does not contain any of the following harmful chemicals.  I encourage you to do your own research on anything you’re considering putting onto your own or your child’s skin, but this company says their products contain

  • No micronized minerals
  • No coated minerals
  • No preservatives
  • No talc
  • No bismuth oxychloride (causes itching, breakouts and redness)
  • No synthetic dyes
  • No parabens
  • No carmine
  • No fragrances
  • No PetroChemicals
  • Non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)
  • No animal testing

 

Natural Kids Makeup

Photo Credit: Klee Kids

In addition, if you’re on a hunt for natural blush, eye shadow and lip shimmers.  Then Klee Kids might be something worth looking into.  They claim that their products are formulated with natural minerals and other wholesome non-toxic ingredients.  In addition, they also say that they make their makeup kits for kids to contain

  • No talc
  • No artificial dyes
  • No parabens
  • No petrochemicals

 

Non-Toxic Face Shimmer, Lip Gloss & Nail Polish

Natural Kids Makeup Tutorial

Photo Credit: Piggy Paint

Sometimes it’s fun to include a little face shimmer for either a dance recital, a birthday party, a special occasion or holiday, or even just for fun.  A company called Piggy Paint claims to make toxic-free face shimmer, lip gloss and even nail polish for kids. They say this kit contains

  • No petrochemicals
  • No parabens
  • No harsh chemicals

 

Non-Toxic, Water-Based Nail Polish

Natural Kids Makeup

Photo Credit: Emosa

Another company worth taking a closer look at is Emosa. Claims they make are that they’re producing a non-toxic, water based nail polish that contains

  • No formaldehyde
  • No toluene
  • No DBP chemicals
  • Odorless

and can be removed without any nail polish remover at all!  They claim that if you simply soak your child’s nails in warm water for 1 – 2 minutes,

you can peel simply peel off their nail polish from one corner of each finger that begins to lifts up.

Kids Natural Makeup Tutorial

Photo Credit: Airdom

And finally, a company called Airdom claims that it doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals, is water-based and can peel off by soaking in warm water for a few minutes.  But if it’s glittery silver that your child wishes she could wear, then great news! They include it in one of their sets as well!

 

Conclusion

I’m sure that this is not an exhaustive list of non-toxic products that you can use while you’re trying out these kids natural makeup ideas.

When it comes to anything that goes on or in our children’s bodies, we look at, examine, cross-examine and make an informed decision.

I urge you to do the same to decide for yourself if it’s something that you’d like to bring home to your family.

We’ll be adding to this list frequently.  Be sure to bookmark this page, and come back to it to see what other natural makeup kits for kids that we’ve discovered.

 

Of course, now that you have some kids natural makeup ideas that you’d like to try for your party or event, you’ll need to think about ways to get you ready for the big day!

Here’s a soft makeup idea for adults here, and if you have medium to long hair, check out this Kate Middleton inspired party hairstyle here.

 

Do you have a suggestion for non-toxic kids natural makeup ideas to add to our list?  Contact us!  We’d love to know and perhaps pass it along to our readers.

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