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Offbrand Himekaji: Pink Blossoms and Floral Skirts

Offbrand Himekaji: Pink Blossoms and Floral Skirts

this post contains affiliate links. read my disclaimer for more info It’s been three years since we went to Japan and yet I’m still pining for their cherry blossoms. I’ve been searching for them in the UK ever since and had planned on going to Birmingham to see if they had ...

Cute Himekaji Makeup Tutorial

Cute Himekaji Makeup Tutorial

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 ...

Countryside Flower in the Cotswolds

Countryside Flower in the Cotswolds

Gosh, I love himekaji. I was actually thankful that it wasn't as sunny as it had been because then I was able to wear my new Liz Lisa jumpsuit for my birthday (which I actually bought secondhand - but still "new" in my eyes). I had no idea where my ...

Let’s Talk About Himekaji vs Liz Lisa Girl

Let’s Talk About Himekaji vs Liz Lisa Girl

It's 2010; I am scrolling through livejournal, saving every picture I could find of Yui Kanno and Liz Lisa shop staff girls and dreaming of the day that I would look like that kind of gyaru. Himekaji. Casual princess. I fell in love with the pink blusher, the big curls, ...

Have Your Cake And Eat It, Too: How to Be Multi-Passionate

Have Your Cake And Eat It, Too: How to Be Multi-Passionate

There seems to be quite a trend in finding one's "niche"; whether that be in the blogging community or outside of it, people are always telling others that they should just stick to one thing and focus on that rather than be a Jill of all trades. This really sucks for ...

Childlike Wonder and Adult Responsibilities

Childlike Wonder and Adult Responsibilities

One Sunday morning the UK woke up to a world of snow. It had been so long since I've seen snow that when I looked outside I was taken over by a childish wonder. No one had stepped out of their warm houses yet but I could sense the excitement ...