Skin color is intense yellow earlier than the final harvest date and its flesh color is attractive yellow-orangish.
The Madrigals are a mestiza, or mixed-race, Colombian family. Each family member has different skin tones, hair types and features, and one branch of the family is Afro-Latino, a group that is even more underrepresented in media than non-Black Latinos.
Isabela is a young adult with deep brown skin, dark brown eyes and long, straight, dark brown hair kept loose.
Physical appearance. Bruno is relatively short compared to his sisters, Julieta and Pepa. He has a noticeably pale complexion, hazel green eyes, and messy, curly, greying black hair.
Bruno has a few Autistic traits. In the movie, he developed the form of ritual based off of a combination of superstition and possibly sensory stimming. He would “knock knock knock on wood” all around him which is a way of asking for protection in many cultures from certain spirits.
Mirabel is actually adopted.
She never had powers because she wasn't related to her family. They told Mirabel she just takes after her muggle father and she believed them but in truth, she wasn't related to any of them. Her parents found and adopted her when she was a baby.
Dolores has curly dark brown hair tied into a bun with a red ribbon. She has light brown skin and hazel eyes.
Though Disney hasn't detailed official plans, Encanto 2 is likely on the way, especially as the original became the fastest movie to reach 200 million streaming hours on Disney+. The soundtrack has also achieved unprecedented success, spending several weeks at the top of Billboard's albums chart.
According to Disney Fandom, Isabela Madrigal is the firstborn grandchild of the Madrigals. This character is about 21 years old when the events of Encanto take place. That means Luisa is the middle child in her immediate family, at an estimated 19 years old.
Mirabel is a 15-year-old Colombian girl of a 5'2" height, curly chin-length black hair, thick eyebrows, hazel eyes, and visibly dark shade of freckles on her nose and cheeks.
In The Art of Encanto, Félix is stated to have Caribbean heritage.
Physical appearance. Pepa is a 50-year-old woman with fair skin, curly hip-length auburn hair in a braid, and green eyes.
Julieta & Agustín
Abuela Alma's oldest triplet is Julieta, who gives off a nurturing vibe that perfectly complements her power to create food that can heal anyone who eats it. We see this when her husband, Agustín, sustains injuries that she can heal with her magical dishes.
Luisa is a 19-year-old young Colombian woman with a muscular build, who is significantly taller than everyone else in her family.
Alma Madrigal (often referred to as Abuela) is the deuteragonist of Disney's 2021 animated feature film Encanto.
As Alma carried the three babies across the river in her arms, Pedro was unable to pass, being murdered by the conquerors who drove them from their home. In the midst of Pedro's death, Abuela's candle came to life as it gifted the babies, and future Madrigals, their magical powers.
Dolores is the closest character to a villain in Disney's Encanto as she uses her magical gift to negatively affect people like Isabela. While Encanto doesn't have a traditional Disney villain, Dolores Madrigal seems the closest to fulfill that role, especially with how she tries to ruin things for her cousin, Isabela.
Young and still discovering himself, Camilo enjoys using his shapeshifting ability to try different personas and playing pranks or playfully teasing his relatives. Of all the family members, his cousin Isabela is notably the person he enjoys teasing the most.
Isabela is a 21-year-old young Colombian woman with dark skin, hazel eyes, a tear-shaped beauty mark on her left cheek, and long, shiny, black hair with a pink flower on the left side, and diamond earrings.
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Camilo has a crush. No problem. But when his crush doesn't go away and his feelings only seem to get stronger, he doesn't know what to do with it. Mirabel and Dolores are set on finding out why Camilo has started acting weird.
The embroidery on her dress is little butterflies because she doesn't have her gift yet. Everyone's costume, once they get their gift, has something to do with their gift - but this means she's in this moment before it happened. She's got butterflies because she doesn't know what her gift is going to be yet.”
The character appears to symbolize the stigma around mental health issues: While he is never labeled with a specific diagnosis in the film, some viewers have suggested that he has OCD or another type of neurodivergent brain function.
To help focus and cope with the taxing nature of his power, Bruno performs a ritual that requires a large, open space to properly see his visions, and initiates it by drawing a circle in sand and burning leaves. Bruno does not have full control of his ability and some visions can come involuntarily.