Gyaru I m not to fond of this style, except for HIme Gyaru, which is a toned down sweet lolita.
But if I cover one I should cover the rest.

Here are two that have seperate Pages click to go there

HIme Gyaru

Ganguro and Gonguro
  • Ganguro a gal with an artificial deep tan and bleached hair. This style was popular in the late 1990's and early 2000, but that is no longer the case.
  • Kogyaru: generally a high school student 
  • Mago gyaruo a middle school gal. 
  • Oyajigyaru  from oyaji and gyaru. A gyaru who behaves in a masculine way, who drinks beer and uses rough language.
  • Oneegyaru : a gyaru who has graduated from high school, and thus become a more mature onee-san (literally "elder sister" but, here, "young lady"). The style is more sophisticated.
  • Ogyaru : a dirty or disheveled gyaru who may forsake daily baths or takes little care in her behaviour and dress, even by gyaru standards.
  • Gyaruo : the gyaru's male counterpart. See Gyaruo.
  • Manba : deep tan and contrasting white make-up. Their hair is usually pastel-coloured or blonde, and very long and back-combed. Their clothes are neon and layered.
  • Kigurumin*: wear kigurumi, a type of pajama-suit that resembles an animal and sometimes cartoon characters.
  • Bibinba : this look usually includes a lot of gold and jewellery. Similar to b-gal.
  • Banba : Can also be seen as 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. The most respected Gal-cir is Angeleek; there are 22 members in their Tokyo group, and they have many other groups throughout the country.
  • Kyoba bo-i: 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 : girls who dress as 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 : 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.


B-Gyaru copy R&B artists. The B-Gyaru tan is 100% permanent (with upkeep of course) The hairstyles are mostly micro-braids, cornrows, and almost always extensions.


Biker style is characterized by lots of black/bright colors, and leather, chains, and plaid




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