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Let's add some style with

luscious colour pop locks

The FacepaintingCo Hairdresser Party Entertainers will completely transform your littles ones look from basic to bursting with colour and fun! Our hair braiding parties include a range of hair styles, from natural and colourful braids, dutch braids, cornrows, fishtail ponytails, colour extensions and double braids depending on which package you choose. All of which can last up to one month after the party so the fun never ends.

Our hairdresser party entertainer brings along all the equipment for the day including hair equipment, colour extensions, hair glitter, hair jewels and decorations so you can sit back and enjoy the day whilst we take care of the fun. 


Get the party started

with real hairdressers

The FacepaintingCo hairdresser entertainers are sure to get the party started at your event. Our creative and talented hairdresser entertainers are highly trained and experienced, have enthusiastic and energetic personalities, punctual and reliable and most of all love the art of hair braiding.


FacepaintingCo. takes pride in the quality of their hair braiding artists and the entertainers are always well presented.


Our Hairdresser Entertainers have valid Working With Children Checks and Public Liability insurance so you can be rest assured that your kids are in the best hands and everyone will be safe.

Our package guide

1 hour for up to 6 kids 

1.5 hours for up to 10 kids

2 hours more than 15kids

As each event can be quite different please reach out so we can advise you on what package best suits your event we are always happy to help. Call us on 0433047057 or please get in touch online.

Hair braiding is a social art 

 starting in modern day Austria


Braiding is traditionally a social art. Because of the time it takes to braid hair, people have often taken time to socialize while braiding and having their hair braided. It begins with the elders making simple knots and braids for younger children. Older children watch and learn from them, start practicing on younger children, and eventually learn the traditional designs. This carries on a tradition of bonding between elders and the new generation.

During the Bronze Age and Iron Age many peoples in the Near East, Caucasus, East Mediterranean and North Africa are depicted in art with braided or plaited hair and beards. Similarly, the practice is recorded in Europe, Africa, India, China, Japan, Australasia and Central Asia. 

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