$14,000 Later & This Woman Is Allllll the Disney Princesses (PHOTOS)

What would you pay for Cinderella's dress or Ariel's hair? Maybe a lot, but probably not as much as Sarah Ingle, who shelled out $14,000 for the costumes, wigs, contacts, and makeup she needed to transform herself into nine different Disney princesses. $14,000!!! That is A LOT OF MONEY.


But for Sarah, it's worth it. She has 17 outfits, 16 wigs, and blue contact lenses, and with all that stuff she can turn herself into Anna or Elsa, Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Merida, Rapunzel, or Snow White. That's no joke.

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Sarah told Hotspot Media that between all the layers in each costume and all the makeup and contouring involved, it takes three hours to get in each costume. And these are costumes, by the way, that she makes herself -- she sources the materials from all over the world and draws her own designs. 

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And (as if this is all not enough!!), Sarah also has as master's degree in marketing. And a full-time marketing job. (And a modeling contract.) So this princess thing is really a hobby, even though she managed to turn it into a business called Princess Ever After that provides princesses for birthday parties.

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Plus, Sarah says her eyes are naturally that big (really) and that her boyfriend will sometimes dress up as a prince and go to parties with her. Like, come on. Doesn't this sound like a fairy tale? But like a strange and kind of twisted real-life fairy tale?

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Sarah says the ultimate dream is to someday become a "real" princess in the Disney parks. From the looks of it, she's well on her way. 

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