Paas Make-Up Kits put smiles and safety into Halloween (1985)
PAAS MAKE-UP CAN’T BLOCK VISION LIKE SOME MASKS
Why are little clowns and parents wearing big smiles this Halloween? Because PAAS Halloween Make-up is the safe way to dress kids up for parties and trick-or-treating. You see, it can’t block eyesight like masks can.
A MAKE-UP THAT’S HYPOALLERGENIC
Just as important, PAAS Halloween Make-up is hypoallergenic and nontoxic. A formula designed especially for kids’ faces. It took careful dermatologist testing to make it that way.
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IT’S EASY TO MAKE LOTS OF FACES
Besides funny clowns, PAAS Make-up introduces a cast of characters starting with good witches and gorgeous little ghosts.
Kids can also dress up as soldiers or become the neighborhood werewolves or vampires. And each kit offers suggestions on how to create other funny faces, like the sly cat lady, mystical wizard, or space cadet. Each face is as easy to put on as it is to wash off.
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ALL THE INGREDIENTS FOR A HAPPY HALLOWEEN
Open a PAAS Make-up Kit and you’ll find three tubes of creamy hypoallergenic make-up mixing trays, applicator, and a couple of surprises to complete kids’ costumes.
Some kits even have lifelike fangs, because what’s a werewolf or vampire without a toothy smile? All kids have to do is add their imagination. And a little clowning around.
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