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What does it take to become a Disney Princess? Is it all about being beautiful and kind? Being born as a princess or marrying a prince?

Probably all girls dreamed of becoming a princess while watching the famous Disney movies in childhood. Even though at first most of the princesses were mistreated, their charm, beauty, and kindness saved them from a rough life in the end.

If you are as kind-hearted as Blake Lively, as charming as Amanda Seyfried or as beautiful as Emilia Clarke, you don’t have to be royal. Russian artist Helen Morgun decided to imagine how her favorite celebrities would look if they were the Disney princesses and the result is truly amazing!

Scroll down the page and see if you like this glamorous cast!

#1 Rihanna As Tiana

“Gorgeous Riri as Tiana! I think that someday I will draw her again because she’s perfect and she looks gorgeous. Also, I am really impressed with Tiana and her story that she did not sit and wait for her prince to come.”

#2 Margot Robbie As Elsa

“My first attempt to drawing this actress was not very successful. But I believe in a second chance. Hope you guys like it!”

#3 Amanda Seyfried As Rapunzel

“For this illustration, I have tried a new background format. I love this cartoon and I especially love the soundtrack of it.”

#4 Lucy Liu As Mulan

“I wanted to paint her for a really long time. But I had to redraw it twice. At first, I wanted to depict the moment when Mulan cuts her hair off with a sword but something went wrong in the process and I decided to do a slightly different version of her.”

#5 Blake Lively As Aurora

“I love the film “The Age of Adaline” with Blake Lively for its banal plot and the pleasant aftertaste after watching.”

#6 Billie Eilish As Kida Nedakh

“To be honest, I have learned about her on Instagram. Currently, my music taste is 99% songs from my childhood.”

#7 Emma Stone As Merida

“Have you ever shot a bow? I have twice in my life and I should admit that I really enjoyed it. The feeling when you hit the bull’s eye is certainly overwhelming! Of course, I shot at a static target and I can hardly imagine what it’s like to shoot at a moving target.”

#8 Mila Kunis As Esmeralda

“The lovely Mila Kunis as Esmeralda. Let’s talk about beauty! Beauty, of course, is a terrible power, but how important is it for you? Do you consider yourself beautiful? On a scale from 1 to 10, how much would you rate yourself?

There is a wonderful stand up on this topic by Jim Jeffrey. If you have not seen it yet, I recommend you watch it. I would rate myself as a 7 with my makeup. I admit that I like to look at beautiful people – in crowds, movies, or even Instagram. But for me, a person doesn’t need to have classical beautiful features. Charm is much more important to me.”

#9 Lily Collins As Snow White

“Beautiful Lily Collins as Snow White! Is this apple poisoned? Who will be next? Jasmine? Or maybe Ariel?”

#10 Megan Fox As Megara

“Many people asked me to draw Megan Fox. Therefore, I chose her.”

#11 Emilia Clarke As Belle

“I decided to choose Emilia Clarke because her nature is quite romantic and very suitable for this picture.”

#12 Selena Gomez As Moana

“Charming Selena Gomez as Moana! She’s one of my favorite princesses because the whole theme of the ocean, the beach, and palm trees is very close to me. I love to be in the sun and listen to the sound of the waves. I’m probably not the only one who loves that!”

#13 Leigh-Anne Pinnock As Pocahontas

“When I was a teenager, I had a dream to have a raccoon as a pet. But now when I watch videos on YouTube about raccoons, I am glad that my dream did not come true.”

#14 Sophie Turner As Ariel

“That is how Sophie Turner would look if she was Ariel. I hope you will like her in this role.”

#15 Camila Cabello As Jasmine

“In this picture, it is the beautiful Camila Cabello as Jasmine.”

#16 Cara Delevingne As Anna From Frozen

“And here’s my Anna from Frozen. Do you recognize the actress?”

#17 Naomi Scott As Jasmine

“Beautiful Naomi Scott as Jasmine (live action 2019). I made a mix of the old and new style so I hope you guys like it. Who else is looking forward to the premiere?”

#18 Ariana Grande As Vanellope

“This is how Ariana Grande would look if she was Vanellope. Just a proud and innocent girl! I like the first part of Ralph but unfortunately, I did not see the second part.”

#19 Rachel Mcadams As Cinderella

“Amazing Rachel McAdams as Cinderella.”

#20 Amber Heard As Alice

“You chose beautiful Amber Heard for Alice in Wonderland. So here it is! I hope you like it. Do you believe in mystical events and prophetic dreams?”

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Cara Delevingne is the latest celebrity to go for a buzzcut. When I shaved my head, it felt like a way to cut off the past and start again

Shaved heads are having a moment. Cara Delevingnes silver scalp was the talk of the Met Ball last week, following Kristen Stewart sporting a bleached buzzcut in March for a new film role. In the fashion world, Adwoa Aboah and her grade-one fuzz is on the cover of both the latest i-D and LOVE magazines new issue, alongside Slick Woods, another model with a shaved head.

It may be becoming de rigueur, but a woman with a shaved head still invites comment and gets up some peoples noses. Its exhausting to be told what beauty should look like, wrote Delevingne on Instagram, in what seemed like a rebuttal to criticism of her bald look. I am tired of society defining beauty for us. Strip away the clothes, wipe off the makeup, cut off the hair.

When I shaved my head five years ago, there were fewer examples in pop culture. There was Sinad OConnor, of course; and Demi Moore, Solange Knowles and Natalie Portman had all done it at one time or another. I always loved that scene in Empire Records when Robin Tunneys character arrives at work and shaves her head in the bathroom while The Martinis Free plays in the background.

In the 1970s, Grace Jones made the shorn look an expression of fashion and style. I liked how having it short was a threat to people because it made me look so confrontational. It made me look hard, in a soft world, she wrote in her memoir. This explanation doesnt surprise me; my reasons for shaving my head were deeply psychological.

Solange Knowles when she had short hair. Photograph: Brown/EPA/Rex/Shutterstock

Bzzz. Bzzz. I can still remember the sound and the feeling of having my head shaved for the first time. It was a warm evening in July, I had some kind of throat infection and we were about to go on holiday. I had been dyeing my hair various colours of the rainbow since I was 12. The only options I had left were green or shaved. I was about to start a new job and felt, for a few reasons, that I was starting again. Shaved it would be. As my hair dropped to the floor, and we went shorter and shorter with the clippers, I felt lighter, liberated, ecstatic. It sounds ridiculous, but the effect was so powerful that my tonsils, or whatever it was, stopped hurting.

I had recently stopped drinking and I wanted to cut off the past and its boozy repetitions, to shed a side of me that was dangerous and destructive. I wanted to raze myself to ground zero and build myself back up again. Shaving my head felt like the most elemental and easy way to do it. Perhaps it was also a reaction against a conception of life as a sober person. It felt like an emboldening, a taking control of my identity, something anarchic and subversive in the face of a lifetime of Diet Coke, tea and early-to-bed. It also felt a bit brave, as if by doing it I could front away the fear of life without my crutch. In those early months, I felt raw, as if my skin had been removed, and having a shaved head somehow made me feel stronger.

When you find yourself drunk all the time, or hungover, your self-esteem can take a kicking. It took time to build mine back, but having a shaved head gave me a starting point. It also affirmed in me the simple concept of growth as intrinsic to life (well, for a while), that things change and move forward. Hair grows. Patterns can be broken. Neurons adapt.

The reaction was, shall we say, mixed. Friends seemed to like it, but elderly relatives? Not so much. My mother cried the first time she saw it, because she thought I looked ill. A friends mother told me it looked awful and scary. My grandmother was upset because it reminded her of images of people in Nazi concentration camps. I was a lot more comfortable at a festival or in a city rather than the rural corners of Scotland or the news desk of the newspaper where I was working at the time.

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The acclaim for acts like not wearing makeup or eating pizza in public (while being female!) is as controlling as the rules they are supposed to undermine. Its an insult to equality

Striking blows for gender equality used to be an intimidating undertaking: youd really have to pull out something major. Hunger strikes, dying after being felled by a horse at the Derby, skinned alive with oyster shells its understandable why most would decide: You know what, I wont. Other options not involving death were going undercover as a Playboy Bunny, taking part in violent protests, or being imprisoned for refusing to keep quiet about injustice.

These days? Almost anything can be claimed as a feminist act, and frequently is. Hell, Ive already completed three Acts of Feminism today (going by current standards of measurement) and that was before breakfast.

And you can do it too! Heres how to gauge whether what youre doing is feminist and important, or not. Ask yourself: have a wave of media commentators gushed over Lena Dunham, Alicia Keys or Cara Delevingne doing it recently? And have many people got very aggravated about it at the same time? They have?! Then it follows that you are likewise a disrupter of societal mores, empowering women every day up there with bell hooks and Ada Lovelace. Future generations of feminists will thank you for your sacrifices, and your bravery.

Were told ad nauseam that Dunham is a feminist icon because she wrote a show that has female leads and sex in it. Even more important than that: sometimes she takes her clothes off while simultaneously being chubby. The world is amazed and also very angry every time she does this. For those who call her a role model, the novelty of these acts has even overshadowed racist tweets, and uncomfortably racist essays about her time in Japan. Wow, shes so fat and naked right now, many gasp with wonderment.

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