Makeup pro Kandee Johnson gave Kardashian the ultimate Disney princess makeover — but North West wasn't fooled.
Sadly, the necklace containing the ashes was lost at Disney, and the mom has put out a plea on Facebook to enlist help to find it.
A mom shared the face transformation she did on her daughter to accompany her Moana costume, and when negative comments arrived, Mom felt inclined to post a PSA.
From "Bambi" to "Moana," many Disney and Pixar movies feature a character death that’s central to the plot. A recent study suggests that these movies can be used to help teach kids about death, and experts agree.
It’s every little girls dream to feel like a princess on her wedding day. And although the castle and horse-drawn carriage may still be ever so slightly unrealistic, Disney have now made all our dreams come true by creating a line of Disney princess wedding dresses. Japan-based wedding company Kuraudia Co and Disney have collaborated in order to create a line of dreamy dresses that will transform you into your childhood idol for your special day. The collection boasts 14 designs, inspired by six different princesses: Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and of course, Cinderella. Currently you can only rent the dresses in Japan for a hefty £2,687. But hey, if princesses have taught us anything, it’s that if you have faith in your dreams, they really do come true. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The Beauty and the Beast effect: Celebrities who’ve gone full Belle on the red carpet You can now get married at Disney World at night (with the whole park to yourself) These Disney bikinis will make your next holiday a happily ever after
For the fashion- and Disney-obsessed, there's a community of people who "Disneybound," spending time and money putting together on-trend outfits inspired by Disney characters.
“When I was having my chemotherapy at 4 years old, I always dressed as my favorite Disney princess Cinderella, to help keep me smiling."
As part of an empowering campaign from Disney, 19 photographers captured what it means to be a fearless girl with the power to inspire.
All photos via Belly Beautiful Portraits Californian photographer and real-life fairy godmother Karen Marie transformed six adorable babies into mini Disney princesses. Dressed in cute little gowns and with carefully chosen props, the babies depicted Ariel from “The Little Mermaid,” Snow White, Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty,” Cinderella, Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” and Jasmine from “Aladdin.” A mother of three and a Disney fan herself, Marie drew inspiration from the movies which she said were “a big part of her life.” “ The amazing tales of love and heroism have always been an inspiration to me and now I see them inspiring my girls,” she told Yahoo Canada. The shoot in her Roseville, Calif. studio took eight hours to complete. While she describes the experience of working with six babies simultaneously as “very difficult,” the results and the reactions from the moms were worth it. “ They loved the whole experience! It was fun seeing them dote over their little princesses during the shoot,” she said. “They loved the images I released to them and they are having so much fun with seeing them all over the internet!” Click through the gallery above to see the adorable photos and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA .
Yes, if you're Serena Williams, you get to tour Walt Disney World's Pandora: World of Avatar weeks before it opens and post a killer photo.
Gregory Masouras’ artistic mission is to “integrate fantasy into reality.” The photographer/Illustrator has been incorporating animated characters into real-life scenarios since inspiration struck in 2014, and his latest series focused on the 2017 Met Gala, the avant-garde fashion event that draws A-list celebrities annually. In AnimationInReality Vs Met Gala, the Greek artist cleverly recreates some of the most noteworthy looks among Monday’s red carpet arrivals for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit hosted by Anna Wintour. ...
Mom Christina Angel was simply shopping for a Disney princess dress for herself — as one does — when her adorable 13-year-old son had a better idea.
With “Beauty and the Beast” premiering on March 17, everyone’s got the Disney princess on the brain … including Leslie Mann. The actress hit the Oscars red carpet with husband of 20 years Judd Apatow in an almost identical gown to Belle’s. The chartreuse number was designed by Zac Posen — and his inspiration seemed obvious. While Mann looked a lot like Belle, others compared best actress nominee Emma Stone to another “Beauty and the Beast” character, Lumière, the candlestick, in her gold, glittering Givenchy gown.
Josh Rossi has just spent the last month creating an epic Valentine’s Day present for his 3-year-old daughter Nellee.
According to a report from BuzzFeed News, a photo of the “Belle” doll, a character in the film played by Emma Watson, was posted by photographer William Herrington after he saw her at a mall. After posting the image to his Flickr account, the chatter around the doll began to spread across social media. “I may think I’m unattractive but at least I’m not as bad as the Emma Watson Belle doll,” tweeted Twitter user @KaitlinWitcher.
A picture of a little girl dressed up as Ariel from “The Little Mermaid” being accompanied by her mer-dad in Disneyland has gone viral on Imgur and Reddit. Not only did the dad wear a giant sparkly mermaid tail, he accessorized with a gold crown and hand cuffs — possibly to look like King Triton. As Little Mermaid fans would know, King Triton is Ariel’s dad, which just adds another layer of cuteness to this photo! “As a person who’s dad wasn’t always there, this made me cry,” wrote the13pianist on Reddit.
Disneyland may be “The Happiest Place on Earth” but not if you’re a hungry irritable infant. Villaluna was celebrating her 2-month-old baby’s birthday at Disneyland’s Ariel’s Grotto Restaurant which features different Disney characters who stop at diners’ tables for photo ops. “I didn’t want my baby to miss out taking a picture with Princess Belle so when she came to me I smiled for the picture,” she told The Huffington Post.
You may have heard that there’s a new Disney princess coming and her name is Moana and basically everybody thinks she’s going to be totally awesome — but the Halloween costume version is making people angry.
Moana, the title character of an upcoming animated film, sounds like a classic Disney princess. “We don’t describe her as a princess,” producer Osnat Shurer said.
Man bun obsessions are nothing new. In addition, the study claimed, “58 per cent wouldn’t date a guy who wore his hair in a bun, and 74 per cent don’t think their current or former significant other would look attractive if he grew out his hair and put it up in a ball on top of his head.” Based on the popularity of these Instagram accounts, West Coast Shaving may need to run another study. What do you think of the man bun?