Mum looks on bright side af­ter son’s sur­prise make-up ses­sion

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A MUM whose four-yearold son cov­ered him­self head-to-toe in her make up has seen her tonguein-cheek cus­tomer re­view go vi­ral.

Make-up artist Sarah Chrisp, who is man­ager at The Comic Book Shop in Mac­cles­field, posted a photo of young Damian on the Face­book page of make-up brand Ur­ban De­cay with a ‘re­view’ of its features.

The 27-year-old’s post, in which she jested about the pig­men­ta­tion of the shades, say­ing they were ‘“sec­ond to none”, has now been shared al­most 10,000 times.

Sarah wrote: “Longevity: I’m very im­pressed. It took a good 20 min­utes of thor­ough wash­ing in the shower with a mild soap to get most of it off. I was tempted to leave him like this for the day to see how it lasted, I have no doubts it would have held up pretty well!

“Ver­sa­til­ity: Damian was able to use your eye­shadow as lip­stick, eye­liner, nail var­nish, floor pol­ish, emul­sion, hair dye, and you can see how well he was able to fill in his eye­brows! 10/10 for be­ing mul­ti­pur­pose!”

She also joked about value for money, say­ing that although some peo­ple may think the Ur­ban De­cay Naked palettes are a tad on the pricey side at around £35-£40 each, the four-year-old man­aged to colour his en­tire body, as well as redec­o­rate three rooms in the house.

Sarah said Damian com­pletely dec­i­mated around 30 dif­fer­ent eye shadow shades from three dif­fer­ent palettes – worth around £120.

She said: “I got out the shower yes­ter­day morn­ing and was greeted by that! He’d de­cided to try out the three most ex­pen­sive palettes! I’m a trained make-up artist so Damian is used to see­ing me do­ing make-up so I guess it’s only nat­u­ral for him to want to try it him­self!”

She added: “When I first saw him it made me jump, I wasn’t ex­pect­ing to see some small pow­dery crea­ture stand­ing in front of me.

“Af­ter the ini­tial com­bi­na­tion of shock, anger and sad­ness I just couldn’t stop laugh­ing, it was re­ally funny.”

She added: “I didn’t ex­pect the re­sponse it’s had, it seems that any woman who owns make-up has found it funny!”

●● Sarah Chrisp, pic­tured right with son Damian, posted a re­view af­ter find­ing the lit­tle boy cov­ered head-to-toe in her make-up

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