Table of content    
  1. Moana (Moana)
  2. Rapunzel (Tangled)
  3. Belle (Beauty And The Beast)
  4. Anna (Frozen)
  5. Vanellope Von Schweets (Wreck-It Ralph)
  6. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
  7. Elsa Frozen)
  8. Merida (Brave)
  9. Jasmine (Aladdin)
  10. Sofia The First (Sofia The First)

How Would These 10 Disney Princesses Look Like With Realistic Facial Porpotion?

Doesn’t matter if you’re a Disney fan or not, there is one thing you must agree: Disney princesses are beautiful. Iconic characters such as Cinderella, Elsa, and Rapunzel have set an insanely high standard for animated character design with their flawless beauty.
However, as stunning as they are, some House of Mouse princesses have quite unrealistic designs, such as absurdly big eyes, pointy chin, or oversized teeth. Of course, this is absolutely okay since they’re animated characters, but sometimes it may make you wonder what would these princesses look like if they were real-life humans.
Luckily, this talented artist, Holly Fae has the answer for you. While having a rare syndrome of color vision deficiency, it doesn’t stop her from creating amazing content for every Disney fan in the world, let’s take a look at some of her best works below, as she redraws these 10 Disney characters with realistic facial proportions.

#1. Moana (Moana)

A spirited navigator with an unyielding connection to the ocean, Moana sets sail on a daring journey to save her people. Moana's story unfolds as a celebration of her cultural heritage, where the call of the sea intertwines with her indomitable spirit to see how far she’ll go.

#2. Rapunzel (Tangled)

Locked away in a secluded tower, Rapunzel's tale is one of rediscovery and freedom. With endless curiosity and her magical hair, she embarks on an adventure beyond her tower's walls with an unlikely companion, Flynn Rider.

#3. Belle (Beauty And The Beast)

Belle, the bibliophile from the quiet village, ventures into the enchanted castle to save her father, setting the stage for a tale as old as time. Here, she meets the Beast, but he’s more than meets the eye.

#4. Anna (Frozen)

In the icy kingdom of Arendelle, Anna's warmth and resilience shine brightly, and melt even the iciest of hearts. Including her sister’s.

#5. Vanellope Von Schweets (Wreck-It Ralph)

Glitching her way into the digital realm of "Wreck-It Ralph," Vanellope brings a modern flair to the Disney princess lineup. A spirited and resourceful racer with a penchant for mischief, she redefines what it means to be a House of Mouse royalty. 

#6. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)

Ariel may be a little mermaid, but she surely has a big heart. Her tale, set under the sea, is a harmonious fusion of love, sacrifice, and the pursuit of dreams. If a mermaid can get to marry her dream prince, surely you can as well!

#7. Elsa Frozen)

As the Snow Queen of Arendelle in Frozen, Elsa’s story is about her journey of self-acceptance and her bond with her dear sister, Anna. She has her own banger of a song in the first movie as well. Sometimes, you just have to let it go.

#8. Merida (Brave)

"Brave" unfolds against the rugged landscapes of Scotland, where Merida, the archery expert, challenges tradition. Her fiery red hair matches her spirited independence, as she defies convention and her mother’s prejudice to forge her own path. Merida's narrative celebrates courage, familial bonds, and the pursuit of destiny in a tale rich with Scottish folklore.

#9. Jasmine (Aladdin)

Soaring through Arabian nights in "Aladdin," Jasmine seeks freedom beyond the palace walls of Agrabah. Her story is a magical carpet ride into the realms of love, adventure, and the courage to chart one's own destiny.

#10. Sofia The First (Sofia The First)

In "Sofia The First," the young princess-in-training, Sofia, embarks on enchanting adventures in the kingdom. Her journey, guided by magical creatures and fairytale mentors, is a delightful blend of discovery, friendship, and growing into her royal role.

Even with more realistic facial proportions, Holly Fae, with her immense talent, still brings out the best in these princesses, making them shine brighter than ever. What do you think of Holly Fae’s works? Let us know in the comments.

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