Did you hope to get into Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, only to find all reservations were filled? Or the price was a little more than you were willing to pay? No fear, you can have similar results with some magic in your resort room.
Step One: Buy a princess dress before arriving. If you want to save some money, watch the sales with Disney Store online before your trip. Or, consider an alternate source like the Little Dress Shop.http://www.littledressupshop.
Step Two: Do a princess hair up-do. This is a great time to tease the hair up and keep it in place with the Aquanet powered hairspray. Consider purchasing some colored clip-in hair pieces or spray glitter.
Step Three: Apply light makeup. Apply some eye makeup that matches the dress, add pink lipgloss on and finish off with light blush. Once again, purchase some body glitter and apply generously! Place the glitter on the sides of the face, shoulders and neck.
Step Four: Finish the look with accessories. Consider earrings, necklaces, tiaras, shoes, purses or rings. You may want to buy a princess sash at a party store to place on your dolled up princess. If you really want to do the whole package, paint her nails or buy some Disney themed nail tattoos.
Step 5: Take her out and show her off. There is no place like Disney to be a princess. The Cast Members will uhhh and ahhh over her and call her princess. Consider making the occasion special with a fun dining reservation like Cinderella’s Royal Table, Be Our Guest, Akershus or 1900 Park Fare.
The photo included in this blog shows off my daughters after a resort room princess makeover. Not only did we have fun and bond, but I also got some great PHOTOS!!! Please keep in mind Disney restricts anyone over the age of nine from dressing up as a Disney character. There are a few occasions and events when they lift this ban, but overall please make sure your princess is under the age of ten.