Disney’s perfect princess images are actually modeled after famous Hollywood actors and models.
Snow White’s hairstyle and thin eyebrows were actually inspired by two extremely famous stars at that time, Jean Harlow and Claudette Colbert. If the image of a princess is often associated with long shiny hair, Snow White is special with short hair. This hair at that time was actually very popular and popular with women.
Cinderella: Although no one has confirmed this yet, many viewers believe that Disney’s Cinderella princess is modeled after the once-famous movie star Grace Kelly. Cinderella’s characteristic blonde hair is always associated with the actress of Dial M for Murder.
Aurora (Sleeping Princess): Aurora is said to be modeled after movie legend Audrey Hepburn. The two not only have the same facial structure, but also have prominent eyebrows and “talking” eyes. Not stopping there, Aurora’s costume also resembles the fashion of the 1953 Roman Holiday movie – a famous film by Audrey Hepburn.
Ariel (The Little Mermaid): Ariel was originally created with blonde hair to resemble actress Christie Brinkley. Even Ariel’s hairstyle was inspired by Brinkey’s hair in the late ’80s. Meanwhile, actor Sherri Stoner was the figure to improve the movement and expression of this character.
Belle (Beauty and the Beast): The actual Belle character was inspired by a variety of actors, including Elizabeth Taylor, Natalie Wood, and Audrey Hepburn. The eyebrows and big round eyes are said to be shaped like Elizabeth Taylor. Belle’s bright, intelligent look is also based on these famous actresses.
Tiana (Princess and the Frog): Tiana’s appearance and distinctive dimples were practically requested by the producers to resemble actress Anika Noni Rose. The producers said that the actress’s dimples really “light up the room” when she smiles, and this is what they needed for this Tiana character.