Face-Painting is for Everyone at Disney Springs Marketplace

Face-Painting is for Everyone at Disney Springs Marketplace

With Snapchat filters and transformation apps aplenty, all it takes is the press of a button to try on an entirely new look. While social media has certainly modernized the art of the make-over, there’s something special about actually sitting in a chair and letting a professional work their magic. I know, because earlier this week, I stopped by to see my friends at Enjoy Your Face, where they turned me into a fierce feline the old-fashioned way, with paint, patience and pure artistry!

Halloween is less than two weeks away, so now is exactly the right time to experiment with a just-for-fun, totally-temporary, scary-or-silly new style. From butterflies to princesses, superheroes to pirates, there’s a perfect look for you or your little one.

Enjoy Your Face artist and manager, Rebecca, shared “many guests will stop by to see us before they go to Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park. Others just want to create an unforgettable memory during their day at Disney Springs. Halloween is an excellent excuse to get made up by one of our artists, but the truth is, we create face-painting magic all year long, 365 days a year!”

While most the guests at Enjoy Your Face are kids, grown-ups can get in on the fun, too! With prices starting at $12 and no appointments necessary, I’d highly recommend a visit to this Marketplace staple the next time you visit Disney Springs. (Tip: If you can’t make it to Disney Springs, Enjoy Your Face also has outposts at the four Walt Disney World Theme Parks.)

Have a face-painting photo from a prior Disney Springs visit? Share it on Twitter or Instagram using hashtag “#DisneySprings” – I’d love to see it!

Face-Painting is for Everyone at Disney Springs Marketplace Face-Painting is for Everyone at Disney Springs Marketplace Face-Painting is for Everyone at Disney Springs Marketplace

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