New to me but apparently not new to Disney: Disney is offering princess makeovers in the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. (The last time we were there they were offering pirate makeovers.)
According to the web site the services started in 2009. (I think we went that year but must have missed hearing about it.)
“Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a beauty salon where little girls are magically transformed into little princesses at 2 locations: World of Disney Store in Downtown Disney Area and Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom theme park.”
“It’s hard not to feel as happy as a princess in this charming little boutique, owned by Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother and operated by Fairy Godmothers-in-training. The boutique offers multiple hair styles, nail color, make-up and a total package including Disney Princess costume and photographs.”
“Girls 3 years old and above can choose from 3 hair styles — Fairytale Princess, Disney Diva and Pop Princess — in 3 available packages:
- Coach Package includes hairstyling and shimmering makeup — starting at $49.95 USD plus tax.
- Crown Package includes hairstyling, shimmering makeup and nails — starting at $54.95 USD plus tax.
- Castle Package includes the Crown Package plus the Imaging Package (one 6″ x 8″ and four 4″ x 6″ photos in a princess-themed photo holder) and complete costume of your choice with accessories — starting at $189.95 USD plus tax.”
“The optional Imaging Package includes one 6″ x 8″ and four 4″ x 6″ photos in a princess-themed photo holder.”
“The World of Disney Store location offers a wide variety of beautiful accessories — including ponytail hairpieces and tiaras.”
“The Knight Package
“Boys over 3 years old have their own special, The Knight Package, which includes hair styling as well as a mighty sword and shield for $14.95 plus tax.”
“On September 19, 2010, The Knight Package replaced the Cool Dudes Package. Reservations for the Cool Dudes Package will be honored or Guests may choose to upgrade.”
“New Disney’s Secret Star Makeover!”
“Be your own star, just like Hannah Montana, with a fantastic Disney’s Secret Star makeover! Learn what’s included in the makeover package.”
I am sure my girls would love but I have to say I would be hard pressed to pay for anything else at the park because after paying for tickets, hotels, and food you’re broke!
Have you been to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique? Has your family had any of the makeovers? What did you think? Was it worth the money? Tell us about the experience? Would you do this when you go?
– Theresa Walsh Giarrusso, ajc.com Momania. Follow me on Twitter and read what I am reading each day. Great stories on family health, family fun, parenting, fashion, stars, and more. Click on the right-hand column to check out links to stories that will interest you. )