Friday, December 24, 2010


Omgs!!! It is one day till Christmas everyone! Did you buy all your gifts already??? I HAVE! 
These couple of days have been hetic~ Yesterday, I went to family friends for party... Forgot to bring my camera though, the before after that I went to a friends gift exchange party, then even a few days forward, I have been going to Aberdeen and metro all the time~ ! Me and my best friend exchanged gifts! : D : D I just absolutely love her <33 <33

But anyways this is the sleep over picture! (The only picture I have)

Ah haha I am the one in the Brown who is looking up for no reason! 

and have a Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Types of Gyarus~

I just noticed, I am too lazy to blog recently.. and that I haven't really talked about types of Gyarus, so let's talk about different type of gyarus~  To be honest... I am also still learning, so there may be a few mistakes~ Lol~

Ganguro gyaru (ガングロギャル) is a gal with an artificial deep tan, bleached hair and really heavy make-up!!! This style was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000. Right now, I think it is exitient, but there may be a few people who dress like this.

Kogyaru (高校生) is generally a high school student~

Mago gyaruo (中学校) a middle school gal, so it is like between grade 7 to grade 9~

Oyajigyaru (オヤジギャル) is from oyaji and gyaru. They are like gyarus who behaves in a masculine way. They usually drinks beer and uses rough language.
Oneegyaru (お姉ギャル) is the most popular gyaru style among high school boys~! Onee gyarus are people who dress more mature and have the onee-san, which means "elder sister" or "young lady" look.

Onii/Oniikei (お兄、お兄系) is the male equivalent of Oneegyaru.

Ogyaru (汚ギャル) is a dirty or disheveled gyaru who may forsake daily baths or takes little care in her behaviour and dress, even by gyaru standards.

Gyaruo (ギャル男) is the gyaru's male counterpart~ Male who also like high fashion~

Manba (マンバ) gals are deeply tanned and wear contrasting white make-up. Their hair is usually pastel-coloured or blonde, and very long and back-combed. Their clothes are very bright or neon and layered.

Kigurumin gals wear kigurumi! Kigurumi is a type of pajama-suit that resembles an animal and sometimes cartoon characters. I think this style is also very rarely seen.

Bibinba (ビビンバ) gals usually includes a lot of gold and jewellery in thier outfits and are similar to b-gal.

Banba (バンバ) is a lighter, brighter form of manba, though they are distinct styles. Banba wear less of the white makeup than manba and wear brighter clothes. Club wear is popular. They also use more glitter, and have a neon touch to their hair. They use more extreme-looking types of false eyelashes and coloured contact lenses.

Kyoba bo-i is the male banba. The make-up is similar to Sentaa-gai's, but the eyes can be made up to look bigger. They accessorize excessively and commonly don bangs.

Himegyaru (姫ギャル) (My favorite!!!!) are gals who dress like princesses. Hair colours vary from blonde to black and is usually very big and teased. They wear expensive clothing from brands such as Liz Lisa and Jesus Diamante.

Gyaru-kei (ギャル系) is the modern general gyaru style. It has many substyles such as Amekaji(American Casual), Saike(Psyche), Bohemian, Rokku(Rock), and Haady, which a creation of Egg magazine that includes bright, wild prints tied in with a punk style fashion. Lots of magazines use these types~~ I also adore and love this style~~ because it is so wide ranged~

Yayy~ I love herrr~~~
I got some of the info from wikipidea~