Meet the Lady Who Paid $14,000 to have a Disney Princess Look (Photos)

Sarah Ingle lives her dream transforming herself into Disney princesses
A girl living her dream has taken it to another whole new level after spending a staggering $14,000 just to look exactly like her favourite Disney Princess.  
A 25-year-old girl named Sarah Ingle, from Denver, Colorado, has refused to give up on her childhood dream and has spent more than $14,000 transforming herself into nine princesses: Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel, Aurora, Rapunzel, Merida from Brave, and Elsa and Anna from Frozen, Yahoo7 reports.
Ingle who is a marketing manager by day and Disney princess by night, has managed to make a career for herself out of her uncanny resemblance to an assortment of characters, charging about $145 to make an appearance at kids' birthday parties and events.
Sarah has spent $14,000 pursuing her dreams
She spoke to HotSpot media, on how her passion for Disney Princesses started. Sarah said the $14,000 was spent on acquiring 17 Disney princess outfits and 16 wigs.
"It takes a lot of time to get into the outfits because they have lots of layers that tie up at the back.

"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.
"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 lives her dreams doing what she loves
"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.
"Maybe one day I can go for an audition and they'll give me my dream job," she said.