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Girls Party Entertainer!


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Hello..


I work as a freelance hair stylist usually for festivals,

However I recently did a girls party as my gift to a friends daughter,

the girls LOVED IT! So if this sounds like something your little or

not-so-little girl would love, please don't hesitate to be in touch.


ALL INFO ON MY FLYER

ALL THE BEST!

ROSIE-GRACE

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  • 3 weeks later...

Rosie came to my daughter's fifth birthday party too a couple of weeks ago and was the star of the show. We had a fairly traditional party at home with craft activities followed by some games, and throughout the party the girls went to Rosie to have hair tinsel put in their hair.


Hair tinsel is very subtle sparkle and lasts for weeks if you want it to. Rosie was easy going and was thoughtful to make sure she had included all the girls and had a lovely approach with them.


Thoroughly recommend for something a bit different and for the girls to have something memorable to remember a party with!

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I would highly recommend Sparkle event solutions. They do high classed sophisticated and very child friendly occasions and other events catered around your needs. They have covered a high classed newspaper company (the Telegraph/the daily Telegraph)down to hen do's and baby showers etc. Visit the website www.sparkleventsolutions.co.uk.
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