Halloween Hair & Make-Up Workshops

Frontierland, Disneyland Park

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  1. Fantastic - my daughter loved it.

    Yes we queued up for 90mins + and we did moan (a little). The hair stylists and face painters do brilliant jobs and the kids love it. No extra charge either. Well worth it - Brilliant.

    By Dave Loseby on 26th October 2007 at 11:09 pm

  2. What can I say? Abolutely brilliant!!

    Kids get to have their hair and faces made-up (Note: there are different queue lines for each), and at no extra charge.

    The entire Hollowean experience at DLRP is brilliant, and this just caps it off. We went to both the Thunder Mesa and Woody’s Roundup on different days. Woody’s Roundup is more peaceful and felt a bit quicker, as not everyone walks the extra distance to get there.

    The designs they come up with are fantastic and original. The make-up is excellent quality (not the cheap face-paint you can buy in the shops) and the artistry is top-notch.

    It’s an absolutely must-do if you are there for more than two days (can take up to an hour to queue up and then get done), or else treat it as a chill-out time if the kids are getting tired.

    If you go to Woodys Roundup and time it right (check the programme) you might be lucky to see Woody or Jessie come out, which helps to alleviate the queue-boredom.

    Our kids loved it, and throughout the rest of each day people were pointing at them and laughing and characters kept coming up to them and making a fuss of them. Eve in the parades, we had three different characters single one of our children out and come up to them (which does not normally happen)

    Well done Disney - superb, simple idea brilliantly executed and really made our holiday

    By gillburt on 26th October 2007 at 3:48 pm

Halloween Hair & Make-Up Workshops

Free workshops for children aged 11 and under at Thunder Mesa and Woody’s Roundup.

Part of Disney’s Halloween Festival.