Hey cutie! How are you? I just wanted to quickly show you some pictures from Chopa as she recently did a GRWM video where she explored E-girl makeup vs her normal gyaru makeup. It’s really important to notice the differences, especially if you’re new to gyaru!
Hey cutie ♡ 你好小可爱! How are you? Today I want to share with you what’s in my gyaru makeup bag as part of Bay Area Kei‘s “Bibliotheca” monthly blog theme! I can’t actually remember the last time I did a post like this, and so I wanted to share the products I use, especially because I have to find those that would work well with my sensitive skin/eczema. Okay, let’s go!
Hey cutie! How are you? ♡ Today I want to really quickly show you how I do my current gyaru eye makeup. I feel like I’ve really settled on a style that really flatters my eye shape (as well as the fact I don’t wear circle lenses).
Circle lenses are quite important in gyaru makeup… But what if you can’t wear them? Does that make you any less gyaru? Well, that’s how I used to feel in any case! Yet, over the years I’ve learned how to adapt my makeup to compensate for the lack of circle lenses, and today I’m going to share with you how to do gyaru makeup without circle lenses!
One of the most – if not the most – important things about gyaru is the makeup. It’s the one thing that hasn’t changed and is what separates you from a trendy girl to a trendy gyaru! The makeup style has gotten softer over the years but I absolutely love pairing the more dramatic makeup styles with something soft like himekaji (for those who are not familiar with himekaji, it roughly translates to “casual princess”, read here for more on the different gyaru styles), so I’m a bit old-school in that sense.