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Pamper the kids in Paris

Every young girl’s dream is to become a princess as they gaze at their reflection in the mirror for long hours at a time. Even if they are too young for make-up and beauty treatments, there are still plenty of places in Paris specially designed for kids to get them started in the magical world of pampering. During your stay in Paris, keep your kids looking beautiful and immaculate. Paris is known all over the world as a capital of fashion and beauty, so let your little girls experience the life of a petite princesse! Mothers and daughters can share a unique beauty moment together in the City of Lights by following our 3 special tips: Children’s spa The St James Albany 4* hotel has launched a children’s spa named After the rain, an entirely innovative concept in Europe. The spa is reserved only for children aged 7 to 17, one Wednesday afternoon per month. Treatments have been specially developed and designed for children: shortened sessions, adjusted massage techniques, products customised for children, etc. Therapists were specifically trained to adapt their techniques to kids’ needs and wishes. Your kids can’t miss the strawberry milkshake bath or the ‘little prince’ massage! Kids and spa Hairdresser for kids 1,2,3 ciseaux is a hair salon especially for kids. Children from the age of 3 months are welcomed in a fun and colorful setting, where of course everything is appropriate for their size. The place is fully designed so that children feel safe and that their visit to the hairdresser is a real treat. The waiting room is actually a children’s playroom, with small houses, educational books, video game consoles and comics. The furniture is custom-designed, allowing children to watch cartoons while doing arts and crafts nestled in comfortable club chairs. Hairdressers are particularly attentive to the welfare of your child while they are at the salon. Become a parfumeur A unique moment to share with your family would be to learn everything about the secret of the French art of parfumerie, even creating your own perfume to bring back home with you. In the comfort of a very traditional Parisian house, or outside on a terrace during the summer, you will discover how to become a parfumeur. After blind-sampling the different scents, you will choose your favourites and blend them to create your very own perfume to bring home. It is an exclusive activity to make the holiday unforgettable, and everybody will have fun and learn much more than they would ever have expected. Of course, don’t forget to discover Paris’s shopping highlights: enjoy some window-shopping on the rue Faubourg Saint Honoré, or why not go for a potter around the boutiques of the Marais? Magali Déchelette is CEO at Family Twist. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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