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Daily Mail feature article by Emilia Mazza for Daily Mail Australia

The ultimate girls' night in! Mother opens luxury salon that throws $500 pamper parties for girls as young as FIVE - complete with 'bubbles', facials and manicures



An Australian mum-of-two with a keen eye for style has created a salon that caters to girls as young as five who want pamper parties.

Roslyn Agoratsios opened the doors to Le Petite Kids Tea and Spa in Sydney just a week ago, where a two-hour party for a minimum of eight guests will set parents back $450. 


Kids who visit the venue can enjoy a chocolate facial, a glass of 'bubbly, a foot spa and glitter makeover. 


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“I thought we need this at home, a place where young girls can just hang out have fun and pretend to be princess all day long!,' she told FEMAIL. 'We threw in pamper parties because so many girls go to adult salons for their birthdays and then go elsewhere for lunch so I thought what an opportunity to create a space just for kids."



Those wishing to indulge in a pamper party at Le Petite can do so among a stunning setting which includes pink velvet furnishings and crystal chandeliers.

Each miniature guest is also seated at their own makeup and nail station.

Kids who visit the venue can enjoy a chocolate facial, a glass of 'bubbly, a foot spa and glitter makeover.


In the past few years, the trend for pamper parties has been on the rise.

These events offer a unique way for young girls to have a grown-up experience in a fun and lighthearted setting. 'I thought we need this at home, a place where young girls can just hang out have fun and pretend to be princess all day long!,' she told FEMAIL.


'We threw in pamper parties because so many girls go to adult salons for their birthdays and then go elsewhere for lunch so I thought what an opportunity to create a space just for kids.'


Le Petite doesn't make any claims to offer professional skincare, manicure or makeup services. Instead, girls are treated to glitter eye shadow and nail polish, lipgloss and stick-on face jewels.

“The emphasis is on fun, Mrs Agoratsios said, and nothing about the parties is designed to be taken seriously. 'Face painting is never frowned on so putting on a little glittery eye shadow and lip gloss shouldn't be any different,' she said.

The mum-of-two also said she tests everything to ensure its safe - a precaution she knows is a must as she has a daughter who has sensitive skin.


While pampering is the main focus of the parties hosted at Le Petite Kids Tea & Spa, there are also extra activities on offer.


'We have singing and dancing, there are dress ups, arts and crafts, jewellery-making and interactive games,' Mrs Agoratsios said.

The parties - which run for two hours - also see guests treated to a lavish spread. 

Food included is finger sandwiches, profiteroles, quiche and cupcakes.


There's also a table featuring a birthday cake as well as coloured fairy floss and 'Chanel' perfume bottle cookies.

High teas come with fruit juice poured from teapots and guests can also indulge in a glass of 'bubbly'.

On arrival, each attendee is given a white gown to wear over the top of their clothing and a white headband to ensure their hair is kept back during a chocolate facial. 

The business venture is Mrs Agoratsios' first, a passion project which drew on her skills in hospitality and real estate.

'Hosting events, weddings or conferences has always been a specialty of mine and when I moved into real estate, I found I loved styling homes,' she said.

'My dream brought together both my passions and helped me to create a unique space for girls to hang out in and have fun with their friends.' 

'There is always risk starting something new but after a week of our school holiday workshops, I felt really proud about what I had created.

'I was really worried my biggest critics, the children, might be disappointed, but instead I was blown away by their gratitude.

'It actually made me proud of myself that I could make these little girls so happy.'


While the phone has been ringing non-stop since she opened, the mother-of-two said she still feels nervous about the business being a success.


'There is always risk starting something new, but I have had so much support from my husband and my children,' she said.


'There is always the thought it might not work but I believe you will never know unless you try.

'If you are passionate enough about something and you're prepared to work hard, you'll find a way to make it work.' 


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