"It takes a lot of time to get into the outfits because they have lots of layers that tie up at the back," Sarah told Hotspot Media. "Then I have a different wig and makeup look for each princess. I have to contour my face when I play Aurora from Sleeping Beauty because my face is much rounder than hers. And as I have hazel eyes, I have to wear blue contact lenses for the Little Mermaid and Elsa from Frozen."
Sarah as Snow Whitevia:hotspotmedia
She also said:
Each dress can take up to six months to make and I source many different materials from all over the world, including silk and organza before drawing my final designs. I'm very fortunate to have a full time job that pays for the beautiful dresses and material because I'm so passionate about looking the best that I can for the performances."
Sarah as Elsa from 'Frozen'via:hotspotmedia
Sarah as Cinderellavia:hotspotmedia
Sarah was lucky enough to be born with her really unique facial features who are almost identical to every Disney princess we're used to, which made things way easier for her:
"I was born with really big eyes, and people were always telling me that I looked like a cartoon doll or Disney princess. I suppose that my big eyes just help me to appear more cartoon-like, which is great for what I do."
Sarah as Rapunzelvia:hotspotmedia
Sarah as Arielvia:hotspotmedia
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