A wide shot of one makeup station.

UPDATE: Online Reservations Now Available & End Date Set for Monster Makeover Experience at Universal Studios Florida

Brit Tuttle

As quickly as it arrived, the Monster Makeover experience at Universal Studios Florida has shared the final date that guests can be transformed into fearsome creatures. Online reservations for the offering are also now available.

Online Reservations Available for Monster Makeover

Guests looking to book the monster-themed transformation experience at Universal Studios Florida no longer have to book their appointment in person, as online reservations are now available.

Webpage for Monster Makeover online booking

Reservations can be made by clicking this link or visiting shop.UniversalOrlando.com/shop/monster-makeover. The website includes pricing for the two makeover types, as well as images of each look available. A phone number and email address are also listed on the webpage for guests to call should they have any questions.

In addition, there is also a “Know Before You Go” section that answers some of the frequently asked questions related to the experience, such as where to check-in, age requirement, and what to do in case of allergies to the makeup used.

The Monster Makeover experience now also accepts Universal Orlando Annual Passholder discounts. See the full details, options, and pricing for Monster Makeover.

End Date Announced for Monster Makeover

Our reporter Annie getting their own Monster Makeover

Also on the website is a note about how long the offering will be available at Universal Studios Florida. Described as a “limited experience,” guests will be able to get their own Monster Makeover through April 7, 2024 only. After that, it will close.

We recently tried the experience out for ourselves and gave it a review. You can read our full thoughts or watch the video review below:

Monster Makeover is located inside the Five & Dime in the Hollywood section of the park.

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  • Brit Tuttle

    Brit didn't grow up going to the Disney Parks, but had basically the next best thing: the Phantom Manor ride operations simulator flash game and the Disney Sing-Along Songs Beach Party at Walt Disney World VHS. You can email them at brittani@wdwnt.com.

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