ganguro makeup


I bet you guys didnt think of this crossover HAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!! And honestly this is the first thing i thought of when i saw Plumeria (before inkling hair). I thought she looked like a low-key ganguro lol!

So i drew her with some awsome nail art and make up! The second version is the proper ganguro haha ^-^’

Idk why but i spent so much time on making the nail art, but its so small that you cant appreciate all the details so i took a zoomed shot for your enjoyment.

I’m kinda proud and i spent alot of time on this so I hope y’all like them!

As of the June 1st 2016 build (correct me if I’m wrong on the date) of yandere simulator, we have the ability to kidnap a girl and threaten her bodily harm in order to help another student and there for win her trust. The down side of this being, the kidnapping causes what I think is PTSD to the girl we kidnapped, Musume Ronshaku. When she returns, her entire stature is corrupted.

She walks with hunched shoulders, cupped hands and a bowed head due to her PTSD. Of course, we noticed this is identical to Oka’s posture and way of walking.

Now, I imagine this is to save time on making another walking animation but what if Oka does has PTSD or a similar problem. Which brings me to another point; her new arm and leg coverings. I don’t know much about Japanese schools but I know in my old school with uniforms, such coverings wouldn’t be allowed unless they’re meant to hide something, like scars (from self harm or assault), or maybe markings of an illness? Either way, other students also have outlandish fashion statements, like Musume’s ganguro makeup or Supana’s eyepatch but none are quiet as noticeable as Oka’s arm and leg covers. Am I over thinking this? Absolutely! But, still, I wonder if there’s something I’m missing.

❥ An alternative fashion trend among young Japanese women that started the mid-1990s, distinguished by a dark tan and contrasting make-up liberally applied by fashionistas.

❥ The Shibuya and Ikebukuro districts of Tokyo were the centers of ganguro fashion and it was started by rebellious youth who contradicted the traditional Japanese concept of beauty; pale skin, dark hair and neutral makeup tones.

❥ Ganguro instead tanned their skin, bleached their hair and used a lot of colourful makeup.

❥ In ganguro fashion, a deep tan is combined with hair dyed in shades of orange to blonde, or a silver grey known as “high bleached”.

❥ Black ink is used as eye-liner and white concealer is used as lipstick and eyeshadow. False eyelashes, plastic facial gems, and pearl powder are often added to this.

❥ Platform shoes and brightly coloured outfits complete the ganguro look. Also typical of ganguro fashion are tie-dyed sarongs, miniskirts, stickers on the face, and many bracelets, rings, and necklaces.