Is It Better To Be A Disney Villain Or A Disney Princess?

This post was written by Anika Guldstrand who writes for HalloweenCostumes.com. When she’s not imagining what it would be like to reign with the powers of a Disney villain, she’s trying to figure out how-to add some mischievous elements to her Snow White costume.

It’s easy to see why little girls want to be Disney Princesses so badly: they have great wardrobes, typically live in castles, spend their days singing to woodland creatures, always get their prince, and have some seriously enviable hair. However, as we grow older, it becomes evident that the killer wardrobe is seriously binding, castles are drafty, woodland creatures frequently get rabies, princes may not be as charming as they seemed in the beginning, and that hair takes a whole lot of upkeep…Enter the Disney villains. They answer to no one, take charge of the situation, make their own schedules, have no pesky handlers to sneak away from, and still get plenty of the fabulous wardrobe and hair. Here are eight villains who have it far better than their princess counterparts.

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    • Maris

      Also, The Evil Queen and Ursula (in human form) are total smokeshows.

    • Eve

      I love that picture of the princesses as their villains! How cool is that?

    • Kj

      Rodent couture! Love it. Sounds like an indie band in the making.

      Also, I have always hated Tinkerbell. There’s just something obnoxious about her.

    • pj

      i want malificent and jafar