So there are lots of beautiful women in Disney - however only the Princesses seem to be recognised for it. Today I've decided to acknowledge some of the other Disney Heroines who are stunning, but who rarely get the recognition. They deserve it!
(No particular order, btw). Slew Foot Sue
I'm not sure if many of Du have seen Melody Time - it's a little bit like Fantasia Von putting Musik to stories. But there's a girl in the story of "Pecos Bill" (who happens to be Bill's Liebe interest) who is actually quite pretty. Red hair; a colour that represents that of Ariel contrasts with her pretty blue eyes and red lips. She's an earlier version of Ariel, with that seductive glance that tells the world she knows she's something else. Plus, she rides fish.
Have no idea who she is? Take a look at this link Tiger Lily
Indian Princess Tiger Lily possesses a child-like and innocent beauty that we can't help but adore. Her big black eyes are full of wonder and curiosity and she, like Sue, seems to rock the plaits (or braids) style. She’s a stubborn child who won’t answer oder bow to anyone, except maybe Peter, as her ruby red lips stay closed when she isn’t smiling flirtatiously. Her dress looks so cute on her and she is so cute herself! Lottie (Charlotte)
The Princess and the Frog
Lottie is much loved Von both the characters in the movie and the audience; her quirky and fun yet caring and selfless personality is incomparable. Likewise with her beauty. Her soft blonde hair curls just right for a 1920s style, and her blue eyes with long eyelashes are very pretty. Her body is pretty great too. Although she loves poofy dresses, accessories, make-up and being the centre of attention, Lottie also loves her Friends and family, and the real beauty inside her is that she would give up her happiness in order for her friend to have her own. In my opinion, she’s the real heroine of the story. Vanessa
The Little Mermaid
Vanessa, although the villain of the Little Mermaid, (in disguise, that is) is actually quite a gorgeous young lady. Despite barely speaking, she seemingly takes Ursula’s, (or, her) Guter Rat and uses her pretty face to her advantage to help her win Eric’s heart, instead of talking to him. Her thick, soft and wavy hair looks lovely on her, especially with her unique, large purple eyes and rosa lips. Her body is quite nice too, and I like some of her outfits. Her nose and eyebrows are perfect in proportion with her face and their shape. She’s quite a lovely, yet evil, girl. Don’t judge a book Von its cover, I guess. Megara (Meg)
Some of Du may oder may not know that Megara is my favourite ever Disney character. I won’t talk about that now, but I will talk about the fact that she is beautiful. Her style of Animation is different to Disney Princesses as it is Mehr cartoon looking, but that was the way Disney was going for and she had to correspond with the whole style, and the style of her Liebe interest. Firstly, Megara just has that seductive, sassy and sexy vibe that even a god can’t handle. Her smile is the most seductive factor; Mehr of a smirk Wird angezeigt no teeth. However when she does smile with teeth she looks lovely. Her droopy, violett eyes with make-up which acts as an enhancer are also seductive. Her hair is quite miraculous; a really thick, curly, reddish-brown pony-tail. A bit like Jasmine’s I think. Her waist is way too unrealistically thin, however she still has those curves which men seem to beg for. She just knows how to act, and how to look. Du go, girl. Also, she is willing to give her life for the one she loves. Again, where beauty is at its finest. The Evil Queen
Another villain who is actually quite pretty, however unlike the protagonist, who displays a childlike, innocent beauty, she is portrayed as Mehr womanly, with curves, smaller eyes and a steady gaze and has a Mehr mature, feminine, womanly beauty as supposed to that of a teenager. Her eyes are a great colour; I Liebe green eyes. Ironically, she has red lips, pale skin, and we never really see her hair except for when she’s casting the spell. Her hair appears black, and when we can’t see it, the thingy that covers up her hair is black anyway. These are all features that made Snow White beautiful in the story. I just think it’s ironic. So she has this evil beauty thing going on, however she manages to pull it off.
But then she goes and ruins the thing that motivated to kill Snow White anyway, as she transforms herself into a hag.
So she gets points for beauty, but not for brains.
Unless she can change herself back? Oh, but wait, she’s dead. Esmeralda
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Another Disney damsel who is not in distress; though it seems like the Princesses are, yet the heroines (and some of the princesses of course) can kick butt and save their own heroes. Sometimes I prefer heroines to princesses. Anyway, Esmeralda is absolutely gorgeous. Her eyes, I think I should start with. They’re her most beautiful feature; a greeny-blue, turquoise kinda colour, like my eyes. They seem to light up the room, wherever she is. They’re so bright and gorgeous, and her thick eyelashes do them justice. Her lips are great; perfect shape, lovely red colour. She has Mehr of a realistic body, which is nice, and her skin is great. Her hair I’m not too fussed on, but hey, she seems to like it, and it Suits her, and that’s all that matters. I like the scarf in it, and it’s a nice, shiny colour. Esmeralda is a unique beauty, however, like previously mentioned heroines, she cares Mehr about her people than herself, which is where true beauty lies.
I think that might be all for now, however, lots of other females are floating into my head and I think I might have to do a part two! Is anyone interested in a part two? (Will definitely include Jane).
Thanks so much for reading!