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Miss Cutie Pie Vintage Complete Cosmetic Beauty Carry Case, two thirds off price! £8.49 at Argos
Miss Cutie Pie Vintage Complete Cosmetic Beauty Carry Case, two thirds off price! £8.49 at Argos

Miss Cutie Pie Vintage Complete Cosmetic Beauty Carry Case, two thirds off price! £8.49 at Argos

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I just saw this on the Argos website and thought it was an excellent price for a younger girl, starting to use make up (though some of the stuff quite appeals to me too!). Great to put away for birthday presents / Christmas. From the site -

Uber chic and super trendy this vibrant blue and whit polka dot Miss Cutie Pie vintage cosmetic carry case is great for both storage and travel. Complete with an array of fabulous make-up essentials its the perfect tool kit for any glamorous girl.

Size H18.2, W9.3, D24.8cm.
EAN: 5021769937418.

4 nail polishes
4 lipsticks
4 eyeshadow palettes (24 colours in total)
2 bronzers
2 brushers
Make up mirror
Compact mirror
4 eyeliners
eyebrow brush
4 small eye shadow sponge brushes
1 large eye shadow sponge brush
1 large eye shadow brush
1 brusher/bronzer brush

The colours may vary per set.

30 Comments

brilliant! ! one for my daughter, one for my niece! !! Happy days!

Ordered great find

Thank you All the ladies happy at home.

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Hurray!

Ordered one for my daughter's Christmas, great find...thanks

Thanks. My newly teen daughter will be pleased - although it will be impossible to tell!!!

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PlanetP

Thanks. My newly teen daughter will be pleased - although it will be … Thanks. My newly teen daughter will be pleased - although it will be impossible to tell!!!



God help you, my son is 23 and I'm still waiting on him coming out the other side

therealslimkaty

God help you, my son is 23 and I'm still waiting on him coming out the … God help you, my son is 23 and I'm still waiting on him coming out the other side

Yeah - I have a feeling it's going to be a long bumpy road...

Looks good

Just reserved one for my teenager
Thank you!

therealslimkaty

God help you, my son is 23 and I'm still waiting on him coming out the … God help you, my son is 23 and I'm still waiting on him coming out the other side





classic kevin and perry he becomes a teenager
Edited by: "grumpiness" 20th Jul 2014

Another two Christmas presents sorted many thanks

Great find thanks op

Is shutl delivery available on this??

Can't reserve in my locals, getting error "Sorry, we are unable to confirm the reservation for some of your items. If you requested an email copy of your reservation then please check your email before trying again - as the email version will show if the reservation has been confirmed." (tried IE, FF and Chrome). Anyone else getting this?

Excellent. Get them into the habit of tarting themselves up whilst young.

kaidee

Excellent. Get them into the habit of tarting themselves up whilst young.

I can only speak for my niece, seeing her grow up (she's 15 now) but it's more peer pressure these days.

When I was at secondary school there was zero tolerance about any makeup/hair being done, we all had to look the same and were ordered to scrub any makeup off (even mascara) if we got caught out.

Nowadays I see young girls going to school with HD brows, hair extensions, nail tips, full face of makeup on....maybe I'm a prude but I think there's a time and place for going out ready for a night at a club. Niece has been getting up early to do the whole "treatment" before school for at least the last 2-3 years!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 20th Jul 2014

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grumpiness

classic kevin and perry he becomes a teenager



I've always said that my son was a worse version of Kevin after he turned into a teenager. Unfortunately I'm still waiting on him turning back into a polite, reasonable human that happens on Kevin and Perry!

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kazcranny

Great find thanks op



Thank you and you're welcome!

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kaidee

Excellent. Get them into the habit of tarting themselves up whilst young.



I'm 50 now. When I was ten, I had a make up bag with my mum's cast offs in it. I think most girls had bits and pieces to play with at that age - I would never have worn it outside though of course. And one doesn't need to be "tarted" up.

At my secondary school there were not rules about make up though there were strict uniform rules. Some girls wore a face full of make up but they probably accounted for 1% of the pupils. Most of the 16 + girls wore a bit of mascara if anything at all.

summary - a make up set is not going to make a girl a tart, or even look like one.

PlanetP

Yeah - I have a feeling it's going to be a long bumpy road...



I used to read things like this with a smug smile on my face, my first 3 didn't have a single teenage "issue", they were literally dream teens, then Karma got back at me by making our 4th teen an absolute nightmare, thanks for lulling me into a false sense of security and then slapping me in the face Karma you b****!(_;)

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emmy7

I used to read things like this with a smug smile on my face, my first 3 … I used to read things like this with a smug smile on my face, my first 3 didn't have a single teenage "issue", they were literally dream teens, then Karma got back at me by making our 4th teen an absolute nightmare, thanks for lulling me into a false sense of security and then slapping me in the face Karma you b****!(_;)



haha! Imagine if you'd stopped at three, you'd still be smug, thinking everyone else was doing it wrong. Like my sister with "perfect baby" who slept from 6.30pm every evening til 7.30 the following day and had to be woken to be fed! She once said to me "Motherhood is so easy, just throw your baby on your back and get on with life!" oO While I was sitting knackered after yet another 2.30am wakening. Then she had my nephew... HAHAHA! I remember one day saying to her "but motherhood is easy, just throw him on your back and get on with life!!" and she said "....did I really say that...." yes you did!

I agree, makeup does not make the wearer "bad", be it child or adult. I remember playing with makeup from around eight years old. Girls always have that curiosity about femininity and appearance, it's just part of growing up.

I do still think schools should tighten up what sort of dress/appearance is acceptable for school. This isn't from a place of moral panic, more that school is supposed to prepare children for work and acceptable behaviour/appearance.

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louiselouise

I agree, makeup does not make the wearer "bad", be it child or adult. I … I agree, makeup does not make the wearer "bad", be it child or adult. I remember playing with makeup from around eight years old. Girls always have that curiosity about femininity and appearance, it's just part of growing up.I do still think schools should tighten up what sort of dress/appearance is acceptable for school. This isn't from a place of moral panic, more that school is supposed to prepare children for work and acceptable behaviour/appearance.



I totally agree.

therealslimkaty

haha! Imagine if you'd stopped at three, you'd still be smug, thinking … haha! Imagine if you'd stopped at three, you'd still be smug, thinking everyone else was doing it wrong. Like my sister with "perfect baby" who slept from 6.30pm every evening til 7.30 the following day and had to be woken to be fed! She once said to me "Motherhood is so easy, just throw your baby on your back and get on with life!" oO While I was sitting knackered after yet another 2.30am wakening. Then she had my nephew... HAHAHA! I remember one day saying to her "but motherhood is easy, just throw him on your back and get on with life!!" and she said "....did I really say that...." yes you did!


X) Yeah that's motherhood to a T isn't it, I really need to learn to never ever EVER brag about something amazing/wonderful/fabulous my child did or how easy it is because without a doubt it come back to haunt me, with force!!

I bought one of these last week for 12.49 and it is great value, will try for another at this price, thank you!

Dammit. Oos near me now. Have to say its really good quality, the case itself is very sturdy and the amount of makeup in it is a bargain for the price. Good luck to anyone who can get one

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Teepeezee

Dammit. Oos near me now. Have to say its really good quality, the case … Dammit. Oos near me now. Have to say its really good quality, the case itself is very sturdy and the amount of makeup in it is a bargain for the price. Good luck to anyone who can get one



Great to get a good review on it here, sorry they're out of stock near you.

one for my daughter, thank

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