Top 10 Most Beautiful Disney Princesses of All Time
All princesses are equally beautiful, even with realistic faces, they are still beautiful.
However, some are naturally beautiful while others are simply plain and ordinary. The Disney princesses have been presented with different yet amazing beauty elements.
As such, it is important to give them an hierarchy of beauty with the most gorgeous taking the first position.
Below is a list of the Top 10 most gorgeous ones:
Get over yourself. You can freeze things, whatever. That's not as bad as obsessively stalking your boyfriend's Facebook or being a chronic cheater. Guys can deal with that.
She's nice and all, but way, way, way, too rich-girl naive. No one wants that baggage.
She's really into nature and loves her family. Plus, "Colors of the Wind" is my jam. She has a tendency to fall for colonial bad boys, though (I'm looking at you, John Smith).
To be clear, we're talking human version Tiana here. Frog version was pretty all-right-looking, though, if we're all being honest with ourselves. Plus, bonus points for Southern accents.
The first woman to ever "accidentally leave something at his place." Still, she knows what she wants and isn't afraid to go for it. She'd be higher on this list if she didn't talk to mice like a total weirdo.
Maybe it's just because she was voiced by Mandy Moore, but ... OK, it's definitely because she was voiced by Mandy Moore.
4.Ariel (SEQUELS ONLY)
Yes, I know she was 16 in the original. Let's pretend no one was into that shell bra and just say she was a MILF in the sequels.
Badass tomboy chill girl who gets along with all the dudes. Everything about that sentences is great.
Also, there's something kind of hot about a woman dressing up like a dude. I can't be the only one who was into pirate-Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean.
Belle is the Disney version of the manic pixie dream girl. She's smart, nerdy, and kind of all over the place.
Plus, she isn't into big muscular douchebags like Gaston. She likes intellectual guys, making her every nerd's first crush. Except she's also a cartoon so it's weird.
There's no way anyone else was going to be at the top of this list.
Princess? Check. Sassy? Check. Vaguely exotic? Check. I'm pretty sure I can graph the start of my puberty based on the first time I saw Aladdin. I don't have any data to back it up, but there's definitely a correlation between Nov. 25, 1992, and boys all over the world finding hair in new places.