While the world is full of people who want to look perfect and do dangerous plastic surgeries, there are some who do it in a different way. Disney has inspired many celebrities and amateurs to produce a princess’s look. Sarah Ingle, a marketing manager from Denver, Colorado, has spent an enormous $14,000 on outfit and accessories to transform herself into Disney princesses, but that’s not all! The 25-year-old beauty uses her 17 magic outfits to entertain children at the hospital as a volunteer. But how does she do it?
With her petite figure and big doe eyes, the 25-year-old Amercian bears a great resemblance to animated characters. These include: Queen Elsa from Frozen, Ariel from The Little Mermaid and Snow White. She spends up to £1500 on each outfit, saying: “I have always loved singing and I have always loved Disney, so it was no surprise to my family and friends when I began performing as a princess.” Sarah Ingle, has spent $12,200 on 17 outfits and $2,100 on 16 wigs to make her look like Cinderella, Snow White and Elsa, among other Disney royals.
However, this is actually a part of the project called “Princess Ever After”, which is a business that Sarah started together with her boyfriend. People hire her as a princess for their events, and she is the happy to do it, although she reveals what makes her happiest.
“I’ll never forget the day that I was asked to perform for a little girl who was celebrating the beginning of a break from her cancer treatments,” she said, according to Cosmopolitan. “Seeing her face light up as she sang along with me was just incredible and it was just the most amazing day.”
1. This is what Sarah Ingle actually looks like
2. And this is her as Snow White.
Also, she explained that her transformation lasts for three hours, including makeup and outfit.
I’ve been dying to wear this dress somewhere! The first time I tried I ran into a little glitch… the pale pink was almost the exact same color as my skin so I looked naked except for a layer of lace on top!! 😂 So this time I put on tanner (yep, believe it or not this pasty-ness is with tanner) so make it more obvious that I was wearing a dress and not just sheer lace. 😳 Much more appropriate for dinner with Derek. 👍🏻
Finally, she enjoys spending time at hospitals and care homes, explaining: “Last year I spent Christmas Day at a nursing home dressed as Snow White. It was just wonderful to see how much all of the residents enjoyed themselves.”