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My 14 year old daughter really wants her hair done at BBB. The WDW website says it is for 3 to 12 year olds. Is there really an age limit? Or will Disney let her get her hair done ignoring the age limit?
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I have heard that...yes you can, they just won't have the dresses or anything for your DD. I have seen in TR's where some other PP DD have gotten the make over and brought their own dresses, and the ages were 14-16.
Make that appointment if she wants to do it. I think it will be fun!
I know they enforce it for toddlers under 3. My friend was planning to lie and say her daughter was 3 (she was 2 months away from 3), but they took one look at her and said no way! she also couldn't make the reservation because the birthdates were noted in their Disney package confirmation.