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    Took a couple of ideas from this spa party for my daughters and it turned out wonderful, thanx for the inspiration

    • October 8, 2012 at 7:17AM
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I recently hosted a spa party for my daughter's 8th birthday.  I kept it pretty simple as we had hosted a very big first communion party the weekend before. I didn't use any outside vendros, I did everything myself.

When they girls came over, they were created by the spa check in counted. There they chose a nail polish color & flip flops and then took their seat around the table. At each place setting was a maincure set, a mirror, a water bottle that said Hydrate, a plate for their snacks and their name tag.  Up first was nails. Using the nail polish the girls each picked out, we went around painted their nails and adding flower stickers on top. The girls sat and chatted as their nails were drying.

I created a large beauty bar filled with goodies for the girls. I used lots of dollar store items and used my own label to replace the old ones. The beauty bar consisted of cotton balls, cottons rounds, face mask wedges, foot pumpices, hand soap, luffahs, bath fizzies,  and bath salts. The girls used their favor box and took one of each items from the beauty bar. We used their foot pumpices to scrub their little feet after they soaked in pink dollar store bins. The girls felt so pampered! As some of the girl were  patiently awaiting their foot soak & scub, they were able to relax in the "rest and relaxation area" which was a few of Ikea's mesh curtains place around a hula hoop. I place a down comforter and some pillows on the around and formed the curtains around it.  It also served another purpose as all the girls sat in there to watch Lola open her gifts.

After they had their feet done, it was on to the face mask! This was all the girls favorite part. I used a strawberry soufle face mask and using the mask wedges, I applied the mask to the girls faces. They were then given cucumber slices to place over their eyes. They all sat back and relaxed for a few minutes. I went around with their face towels and using the face misters took their masks off. Once their faces were nice and clean, they each got another fresh mist of water to hydrate their faces.

To finish up the spa day, it was on to snack and cupcakes.  The girls had a great time sitting around the table eating and gabbing about their nails and facials.

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