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How to Juggle Life as a Gyaru Mama

How to Juggle Life as a Gyaru Mama

Gyaru, like quite a lot of Japanese fashion styles, is quite high-maintenance. You’ve got the styled hair, the dramatic makeup, the flashy clothes… So how does that come in when you become a parent, when these things aren’t a priority anymore? Today I had a chat with Melissa on how ...

April 2020

April 2020

btw - this post contains affiliate links Sooo this is my first round-up post ever on this blog, but hey, always up for shaking things up and trying something new! April has been a, well, interesting month (with this whole Covid-19 thing that’s been happening) and I thought that doing a ...

Top Tips from a Plus Size Gyaru!

Top Tips from a Plus Size Gyaru!

It’s not unusual to search for clothes from Japan only to see that they are “one-size” - as in, “one size fits all”. Now we know that one size doesn’t really fit all, and that people come in all shapes and sizes which is why I wanted to have a ...

Blogs to Read this February: Meet My Advertisers!

Blogs to Read this February: Meet My Advertisers!

Please note: The following includes sponsored ads. Read here for more info. I can’t tell you how happy I am right now to be writing this post; I have finally bitten the bullet and decided to open up an ad package for bloggers! I have been wanting to do this for ...

Eat, Sleep, Shop, Repeat: Autumn/Winter UK Gyaru Meet!

Eat, Sleep, Shop, Repeat: Autumn/Winter UK Gyaru Meet!

A couple of weekends ago was our first gal meet since Gyaru Jubilee, this time based in Central London! It felt so long ago since I’ve seen everyone so when Saturday arrived I eagerly crawled out of my warm bed and into the cold drizzle outside. But that’s when things ...

My Gyaru Journey; The Beginning, Middle, and Now

My Gyaru Journey; The Beginning, Middle, and Now

I have always asked, "What's your Gyaru story?" whenever I meet someone new and to the people I interview but I never really got the chance to tell you my journey. I might have mentioned it here and there in the past, but it's something that I never really delved ...