Face painting is such a fun thing to do at Walt Disney World. It is a great way to add a little bit of your own personality to your vacation in a way that you can’t normally do when at school or the office. If you are looking for face painting opportunities at Walt Disney World, then you definitely need to check out this list. Here are 7 great places to get your face painted while at Walt Disney World:
7. Colors of Mo’ara: Pandora – The World of Avatar in Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Guests are able to get their face painted with traditional Na’vi colors and designs at this exciting face paint location that is available in Pandora – The World of Avatar. The location is run by Pandora expats and they give you a taste of what it might feel like to be a real Na’vi. This face painting is painting the full face blue to really make you look like a Na’vi. It is for guests of all ages and really fun way to completely immerse themselves into the themed land.
6. Locations within each theme park.
There are face painting locations in each of the four major theme parks. These locations are operated by Enjoy Your Face with prices starting around $12 and going up from there depending on how large or extensive the design is. There are photo boards at the locations with available designs to choose from so that you know exactly what to expect. They will be perfectly executed and you can enjoy them all day long while you play in the parks. You don’t need any reservations for the locations as they are all first come, first serve.
5. Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique: Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom and World of Disney in Disney Springs
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is one of the most expensive and desired locations for princess and prince makeovers at Walt Disney World. There are two different locations on property, one in Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom and one in World of Disney in the Marketplace area of Disney Springs. You should make reservations as far in advance as possible to help ensure that you can get in due to the popularity. The young guests are able to get princess and prince makeup, glitter and other services to help them with the full royal makeover. There are age limits at the location, too. It is only for little guests aged 3-12.
4. Locations in Disney Springs.
There are a couple face painting locations in Disney Springs. Like the locations in the theme parks, these locations are also operated by Enjoy your Face. The prices start around $12 and go up from there depending on the design that is chosen. If you need a touch up throughout the day, the locations will also do touch ups so that you can enjoy your design all day long. Don’t think it is just for kids either; adults are also just as welcome to get their face painted.
3. Pirate’s League: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom
Pirate’s League is a full family-friendly location. Guests ages 3+ are able to get their face painted or makeup done in order to look like a pirate or pirate princess. There are varying packages available, and most of these packages include the face painting. It is a full pirate experience that adults are also welcome to participate in. The experience accepts reservations and they are highly recommended due to popularity. If you want a full pirate makeover, this is definitely the place for you!
2. Do it yourself!
Yep, you read that right! Why not do it yourself?!? It is definitely nice to be pampered and have someone else do it, but there is nothing stopping you from packing your own face paints and doing your own face painting. This could save you a ton of cash, especially if you have multiple kids in your party that all want their faces painted. It is definitely something to consider and there are a lot of great YouTube videos out there for simple face painting ideas.
1. Henna Tattoos: Morocco Pavilion in World Showcase at Epcot
OK, so this isn’t exactly face painting, but it could be! You could potentially get a henna tattoo on your face if you wanted, although they are typically done on your hands and arms. The location is at the Morocco pavilion in the World Showcase at Epcot. The Henna tattoos are done on a first come, first serve basis and no reservations are accepted. It can be quite popular, so you definitely want to check it out during non-peak times!