Japonesque Baby Grooming Collection

Makeup brushes. Eyelash curlers. Blush. Tweezers. Many moms have these "tools" in their cosmetic arsenals. But what does a company like Japonesque – who manufactures makeup supplies – know about baby stuff?

More than you think!

This year, the company released Japonesque Baby – a line of baby grooming tools that have, as they put it, a "whimsical" flair – giving parents the perfect way to keep their babies well-groomed.

The collection includes a nail clipper and file, brush, comb, hair shears and first-aid safety scissors with adorable animal shapes, including alligators, hippos, monkeys and kangaroos.

All of the products were specifically designed with infants in mind, taking into consideration their size and sensitivity. The nail clippers, for example, are miniature to suit a baby’s hand, and the comb features rounded plastic teeth that gently glide through baby’s fine hair.

Aside from this, they’re just so darn cute! The animals are sweet-looking and colorful, practically screaming baby.

The items range in price from $5.50 for the Gentle Grooming Baby Comb to $16.50 for the First Aid Safety Scissors. They can be purchased online at Amazon.com.

So, if you’re a new mom or know someone who is expecting, one (or a set) of these grooming products would make a great gift: Practical, cute and affordable!

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