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The Zoo Project - What to wear  

Zoo Project returned to Ibiza last weekend and promises to be a huge year for the creature fested party.  Zoo Project is arguably the most distinctive party on the island being held in an abandoned animal park just outside of San Antonio. 

In true idiosyncratic style, party goers become animals in this fiesta of fierceness!

This is where boundaries are pushed and the possibilities are endless. Whether choosing to be a cute leopard cub or a roaring tiger anything goes - the more daring and inspiration the better. Last season exotic blue lizards and poisonous snakes dawned the stages, and dance floors and nothing so far has suggested this year will be any different.  

So let the fun begin; grab your animal prints, some body paints and tons of imagination and get creating.  The best thing is you can adapt anything in your current wardrobe into your chosen animal as along with paints and some accessories anything can happen.  A boring green bikini becomes a rainforest tree frog or a simple black dress can be the base of a Zebra: just add some stripes and you are away! We recommend sifting through your holiday clothes and coming to see us for a lick of paint and some backcombing for further inspiration.  The fun part is always the getting ready for this event. 

People are likely to go all out for this event so don’t think anything is too much or too over the top.  The crazier the better as once you get there you will see the effort everyone else has put in.

So make sure you give Made Up in Ibiza a call (0034 622 472 122, info@madeupinibiza.com) to help you get ready. We have everything you need from bodypaint and makeup to glitter and hairspray.

We can come to you at your villa or hotel, or visit our team at Pussycat 2 in the bay of San Antonio, this new and stylish bar is the place for every Zoo Project Cub to be seen.

 

 

 

 

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