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Makeup Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Step into the world of glamour with these 20 makeup coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Perfect for makeup lovers and creative artists alike, these coloring pages will allow you to explore beauty and fashion in a fun, unique way, one glamorous page at a time!

This collection showcases various types of makeup, including lipsticks, mascaras, eyeliners, and more, all waiting for your creative touch. Explore intricate designs of makeup products, facial outlines awaiting a makeover and even abstract makeup patterns. Dive into this artistic realm, adding color to everything from elegant to bold makeup styles!


To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!

All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Makeup Coloring Pages

Little girls can’t wait to try cosmetics and usually have lots of fun playing with children’s makeup.

Here are some great crafts if your youngster enjoys coloring these fun beauty products.

1. Design a Makeup Bag

For this cute craft, use ordinary paper and an envelope template to create a makeshift cosmetics bag.

Choose a coloring page featuring the numerous cosmetic items normally found in a makeup case. 

When the youngster finishes the page, the different items can be cut out and used to decorate the “bag,” decal-style.

Add a piece of yarn and hang this colorful makeup bag anywhere!

2. Make Cute Abstract Art

For this fun craft, have the youngster choose a coloring page featuring a person applying makeup.

It should be completed using one color pattern for half of the woman’s face and a completely different pallet for the other half.

Embellish the colored areas with glitter, fluorescent markers, craft beads, or even confetti.

Then, carefully cut the page in half and glue the backs together. Punch a hole at the top for the string to hang this reversible art, which displays two unique makeup looks at once.

3. Makeup Table

This craft is fun for virtually any child, and all that’s required is a shoebox, some paint, and the coloring pages.

Turn the shoebox upside down, and let the youngster laminate it with construction paper in any desired color. 

Then, various cosmetic items should be cut from the finished pages, leaving an extra tab of paper at their base so they can be glued upright to the “makeup table.”

Display this adorable craft anywhere!

4. Cosmetic Jewelry

Any youngster will love completing this craft, and they can get as creative as they like.

Using pages featuring multiple makeup items that can be cut out separately, have the child color and laminate the various pieces with contact paper or glassine.

Next, holes should be punched in the cutouts so they can be threaded onto yarn or colorful embroidery string. 

Use one size for a necklace and another for a “bangle” bracelet, and the youngster can wear this unique jewelry set anywhere!

5. Design a Travel Bag

Lots of women use makeup cases to organize their cosmetics on trips, and this makes a fun craft for a youngster.

Give the child an old makeup train case or even a hanging makeup travel bag.

Then, when the youngster has colored and cut out items from various pages, they can be used to decorate the case.

Make sure to seal the artwork with a coat or two of acrylic spray, and the youngster can play with this fun toy anywhere.

6. Mirror, Mirror

All youngsters remember that famous rhyme from Snow White, and they’ll enjoy being the fairest of them all with this cute craft.

Using ordinary cardboard, have the youngster trace and cut out a hand mirror shape and set it aside.

Next, the child should color a makeup page featuring a face, coloring it to look like herself. This should be glued on one side of the mirror cutout.

Then, the other side of the mirror can be decorated with items from other makeup coloring pages. Punch a hole in the handle and hang this cute craft wherever desired.

7. Beauty Consultant

For this engaging craft, have the youngster take a piece of ordinary posterboard or cardstock and fold it in half.

On the front, the child’s name and “Beauty Consultant” should be written with a calligraphy pen or puffy paint.

Inside, the youngster should arrange cutouts from the finished makeup coloring pages to look like a cosmetic line. 

Prices can be added, or even make-believe product information. The child can then have fun being the local Avon lady!

8. Decorate a Plain Bureau

If your youngster has a bureau with a mirror, the border can be decorated wonderfully with cutouts from finished makeup coloring pages.

Non-damaging wall putty can be used to attach them so that no permanent changes are made to the furniture.

Just make sure to seal them in contact paper before they’re cut out.

The more items the child colors, the better, and they can be arranged delightfully all around the border of the mirror.

9. Laminate Makeup Brush Holders

A set of makeup brush holders can be acquired for a dollar or two at any discount store and are a great base for this interesting craft.

When the youngster has finished various makeup coloring pages, the different items can be cut out and used to laminate the holders.

Lipstick cutouts are perfect for longer holders, and cutouts of eyeshadow pallets or compacts are ideal for shorter, rounder containers.

Your child will be surprised at how colorful and decorative the holders are when they’re finished!

10. Makeup Hide and Seek

For this innovative craft, have the youngster color a page featuring a makeup vanity and then individual cosmetic items from other coloring pages.

Cut around the drawers of the makeup vanity on three sides so that the paper can be folded up to reveal something behind it.

Then, individual makeup items should be spaced appropriately on a separate piece of paper, and the first page should be placed over the top.

When the drawer is “opened,” it reveals the makeup item behind!

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