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    I wouldn't do it for free even if they provided things, since you have nothing to do with them or the school. That's just weird. Kids hardly need top-knotch make-up for school productions anyway...

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    Primary school aged kids shouldn't be wearing make up !

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    I think it sounds like an odd thing to ask someone really, especially for a primary thing and expecting to use ur own personal make up

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    I'd be inclined to contact the school and go "what the heck?" I'm not sure as well how parents of other children would feel about adult & potentially harmful products, as well as possible infection transfer from "some random Persons" Extensive make up collection (sorry you Gold lol) If they NEED make up for their production id maybe suggest they talk to their local chemist or something, my highschool used to have productions "sponsored by" local businesses who chipped in or gave discounts on supplies.

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