Pageant Hairstyles for Kids
Is your child will attend a beauty pageant? A first step to consider is the pageant hairstyles for kids. What is the difference between glitz and natural beauty pageants and which I recommend?
Both glitz and natural pageant can help children develop confidence and stage presence in a fun environment, but there is a big difference between the natural world of the glamor and pageantry. To understand where my perspective comes from, let me first point out that the two young girls to compete in the Miss America system. Secondly, I am a natural coach special pageant with my expertise in resume writing, interview / communication skills, positive self-image and development.
In general, the guidelines makeup for children under 12 is zero. Some will allow only mascara and lip gloss on stage under bright light. Makeup used in adolescents and women is to enhance the natural beauty, not be the focal point or to make them look like someone who is not them. The same goes for hair styles. Always be sure to check with your director about the specifics for your pageant.
Modeling style dresses are elegant and refined. Arms and hands close to your body moves as natural opposition (when you step forward with your right foot, your left arm moves forward and so on).
In the pageant of luxury, you will see the use of hairpieces, heavy make-up, spray tans in, false teeth (called flippers), false eyelashes, and color contacts worn by the majority of the contestants.
The opportunity to develop oral communication skills in a contest limited luxury. If the contestant spoke, very briefly or just to say his name, age and where she is from. This may be because most of the contestants are babies and toddlers who speak undeveloped. Once again, the focus is on outer beauty.