Henna, Face Painting and Tatoos Return to Disney Springs
MickeyBloggers at Disney Springs this morning found a much-anticipated return to normal: the return of henna, face-painting and temporary tatoos to the shopping district.
Guests hoping to add a burst of creativity to their look can now visit the Face Painting Kiosk by Paint your Face. Choose from a full-face look, a mask-style, or something truly original.
From fairies to flowers and Super Heroes to pirates, the professional face painters at the kiosk truly add a whimsical touch of magic to any Disney day.
Guests looking for a more symbolic piece of body art can choose from a wide range of henna designs. The intricate designs of henna tattoos last for quite some time thanks to the dye created from a powder derived from the henna plant.
If something a little less permanent is more what you are looking for, the booth also specilizes in colorful and unique temporary tatoos.
A highlight of any visit to the Morocco pavillion at EPCOT, henna tatoo art has yet to return there.
Henna tattoos are often available at the Mobasa Marketplace at Disney’s Animal Kingdom as well, but we have yet to spot this favorite making a return either.
The Face Painting Kiosk can be found at the Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs. The retail outpost is the hot spot to for unique brands, limited release merchandise, and some of the most popular products on Disney property.
Guests at Disney Springs today can also stop by the Ganchery and Amorette’s Pastisserie to pick up specialty treats celebrating the realease of “Loki” on Disney+. The new series travels through time with the character following his arrest by the Time Variance Authority (TVA) after he grabbed the Tesseract during “Avengers: End Game.”