This Halloween, there will be plenty of spooky excitement to be had at both Disneyland® and California Adventure park. That said, COVID-19 precautions are still in place, like required face coverings for all guests (ages 2+ and up) while indoors and in enclosed transportation vehicles. Face coverings remain optional for all guests in outdoor common areas. 

Here are some mask-friendly Disney® Halloween costume ideas to keep your family safe while still having fun. Whether you’re trick-or-treating at home or visiting Disneyland® in Anaheim, these cool costumes are sure to stand out.

Ready-Made Full-Face Costumes

The easiest way to incorporate a mask into your or your child’s Disney® Halloween costume is to choose a character that already wears a full face mask.

For example, these characters already wear a mask or something else that protects their face:

  • Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story® (astronaut helmet)
  • Princess Jasmine from Aladdin® (face veil)
  • Storm Troopers from Star Wars® (helmets)
  • Kylo Ren from Star Wars® (face shield)
  • Jango Fett from Star Wars® (helmet)
  • Boba Fett from Star Wars® (helmet)
  • Darth Vader from Star Wars® (helmet)
  • Merlin from The Sword In the Stone® (beard)
  • King Triton from The Little Mermaid® (beard)
  • Spider-Man from Marvel Comics® (face mask)
  • Spider Woman from Marvel Comics® (face mask)
  • Iron Man from Marvel Comics® (face shield)
  • Black Panther from Marvel Comics® (face mask)
  • Deadpool from Marvel Comics® (face mask)

Disney® Character Face Masks

Many Disney® characters that are animals or other non-human entities are easily adaptable into a face mask. Many branded costumes already come with masks. These include but aren’t limited to:

  • Mickey Mouse from Classic Disney®
  • Minnie Mouse from Classic Disney®
  • Donald Duck from Classic Disney®
  • Daisy Duck from Classic Disney®
  • Goofy from Classic Disney®
  • Yoda from Star Wars®
  • Winnie the Pooh from Winnie the Pooh®
  • Tigger from Winnie the Pooh®
  • Piglet from Winnie the Pooh®
  • Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas®
  • Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas®
  • Stitch from Lilo and Stitch®

Mask-Friendly DIY Ideas

If you’re the kind of person who prefers to DIY your and your family’s Halloween costumes, here are some easy and creative ways to incorporate a mask into any Disney® Halloween costume:

  • Use color coordinating masks for Disney® Princesses; yellow for Belle, light green for Tiana, light blue for Elsa, pink or blue for Princess Aurora, and yellow, red, or royal blue for Snow White
  • Use t-shirt paint to accentuate a plain mask
    • White puff paint can be drawn in a toothy grin on a purple fabric mask for The Cheshire Cat

Book Your Spooktacular Disneyland® Vacation Now

Disneyland’s® Halloween Time begins September 3rd and frightful favorites will return this year. Book your vacation now with the Tropicana Inn & Suites; we’re right across the street from all the fun!