4/24/09 4/15/09 POPSUGAR Moms Hair Six “Makeup” Tips For Your Lil Beauty April 15, 2009 by Moms 2 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Girls will be girls. Whether you feel fine letting your daughter indulge in a mani-pedi from time to time or would rather her keep her young skin fresh and product-free, at some point you may have to just give in. Maybe it's Miley, maybe she's watched you apply mascara and lipstick before a dinner date, or maybe girly girls just love gloss. Most of us try to keep the cosmetic rituals out of our children's daily routine (well, unless you are a pageant parent), but there are ways to let them indulge the urge without overdoing. Check out these sensible suggestions for healthy, no-mess ways to help your budding beautician experiment with the idea of makeup. Shop Brands Snap Clips · Badger · Rosebud Perfume Co. · The Body Shop · California Baby · Hello Kitty · Madame Alexander It's Never Too Soon For a Good Hair Day If your little Rapunzel likes watching you let down your hair and go through your rushed routine (you know, the five-second blow-dry!), dress up her locks with simple jewels like these sparkly snap clips from Gymboree (pack for $7). Snap Clips Pineapple Flower Snap Clip Four-Pack $7 from Gymboree Buy Now See more Snap Clips Girls' Accessories Pucker Up! Little girls seem to love lip gloss and lip balm. Let her try a lightly tinted and flavored tube like cool mint Badger Cocoa Butter Balm ($5), iconic Smith's rosebud salve, or Born Lippy Strawberry Balm ($8) from the Body Shop. Badger Cocoa Butter Lip Balm $5 from Ulta Buy Now See more Badger Lip Balm/Treatments Rosebud Perfume Co. Rosebud Salve Minted Rose Lip Balm $7$4.50 from b-glowing Buy Now See more Rosebud Perfume Co. Lip Products The Body Shop Strawberry Born Lippy™ Balm $8 from The Body Shop Buy Now See more The Body Shop Lip Balm/Treatments Teach Sunscreen Use Early! If you only impart one beauty secret on your child, make it daily sunscreen use! I like California Baby SPF 30 ($21). If you have trouble sitting your tot down for sunscreen application, let her use a stick on herself and then rub in the excess. If your little darling watches you apply moisturizer and wants to use your fancy stuff, get her a bottle of the mild California Baby Super Sensitive Everyday Lotion ($12). California Baby SPF 30+ everyday/year-round sunscreen lotion $21 from DERMAdoctor Buy Now See more California Baby Kids Bath & Body BabyUniverse Kids' Nursery, Clothes and Toys baby blanket suncare Baby Blanket - 45+ SPF Sunblock Stick For Babies - .75 oz. $5 from BabyUniverse Buy Now See more BabyUniverse Kids' Nursery, Clothes and Toys California Baby Super Sensitive Everyday Lotion $11 from BabiesRUs Buy Now See more California Baby Kids Bath & Body Hello Kitty, You Are So Pretty Before Hello Kitty went MAC, it mostly targeted underage beauty queens. The good news is sets like this Hello Kitty Puff set offer airy "makeup" that's heavy on the glittery packaging, but mostly looks like clear gloss when it's applied. Ultimately, your little makeup artist will pretend she's putting on makeup, but her teacher won't be able to see it. Hello Kitty Puff 5-pc. Gift Set $6 from Target Buy Now See more Hello Kitty Girls' Accessories Step Up to the Mirror If your tot is too short to see herself in the mirror when brushing her teeth or combing her hair, pick her up a stool like this Madame Alexander Storage Stool ($70). Hair or toothbrush time provides a nice opportunity to look in the mirror, but reflect on less superficial attributes such as her strong teeth, healthy skin, and how much she looks like daddy. Madame Alexander Storage Step-Stool $69 from BabiesRUs Buy Now See more Madame Alexander Kids Bath Accessories If You Must, Go Water-Based Image Source: Getty When Suri Cruise was just 2, she was spotted out and about with some fancy finger paint. While the blue-eyed brunette is quite the uptown girl and we wouldn't be surprised if she had her own manicurist, any lil lady can get this celebaby look with a bit of help from her mama. Stick to a toxin-free polish, as tots put their fingers in their mouths, and a thin brush is best when coating tiny nails. Suncoat Products makes a line of water-based, organic, and eco-friendly polishes ($9) that are quick drying and long lasting. The polish is available in 32 fun colors from mango to apple green and berry to peacock blue, so your daughter is sure to find her perfect shade. Suncoat Products makes a line of $9 from suncoatproducts.com Buy Now water-based, organic, and eco-friendly polishes $9 from prettylikeme.com Buy Now GirlsNail PolishHairBeauty Stay Sane and SavvyWith Our Moms Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Activities and Recipes New Moms Parenting News Parenting Humor Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.