>>8829469 true. guys showing an interest in anything remotely feminine= gay, in most people's mind. I have a straight male friend who crossdresses for anime girl (actually passes pretty well) and everyone pretty much laughs when he says hes straight. they either assume hes trans or gay and just in the closet about it. similarly, a lot of people think a guy dressing up as a girl has some sort of perverted connotations
Dallas, San Antonio, and Omaha! There's a Daiso in Dallas right? and probably the museums in both Dallas and Omaha would be fun for a lolita date. I'll probably check out the riverwalk mall in SA but I wanted more lolita-safe/oriented date spots too!
I've been dying my hair black for the past ~6 months. Now I want to put some very small, sparsely scattered white streaks in it (and maybe a chunk in my bangs. Damn it, Rinrindoll.)
The most that any part of my hair has been dyed black is 3 times. I'm wondering if I should try to do "colour stripper foils" in the areas that I want to lighten first, to lessen the damage? Is it even worth the effort?
>I'd really appreciate recommendations for colour strippers.
Idk, anon. I have reddish/brown hair and last time I tried to add white streaks I had a really hard time getting the brassy yellow out to make it white, so I don't know how well it will take to your black hair without it being really damaged at the end. If you could get it to work, awesome.
>Damn it, Rinrindoll. I always think about adding a streak in my bangs like her. I probably won't do it.
>>8811135 Ah, I should have mentioned that my natural colour is basically grey with zero red tones. I've gotten it from virgin to white in two sessions before, it's just that I've never bleached over dye..
Anon from the last thread who asked about black dye.
I fucked up. I got the brown dye (as recommended by a seagull) and it came out fake-looking and jet black. It clashes with my skin so much and there are massive patches of red at the back of my head since my hair was too thick for just one box. I tried rinsing it with clarifying shampoo but it did nothing. I've lectures in less than a week, and my hair is dry, gummy and when I let it down I look like Tommy Wiseau.
Especially >Cosplayers spend upwards of $200-$600 on a single costume's material, sometimes even double that! >There are 5 major facets of cosplayers. They are ranked below by popularity. >Comics > Steampunk > Gaming >Lolita > Anime
Skirts just aren't as versitile as Jsks. I know I only have one skirt in a wardrobe of over twenty pieces because I find them hard to work with and prefer the look of Jsks.
It's also worth noting that while Brands have begun offering Ops and Jsks with more plus size friendly measurements skirts throughout all major brands don't go much beyond a 61-70cm waist measurement that many skinny western lolitas would have trouble fitting properly.
Liking jfashion while being tall is difficult: discuss.
I recently got into lolita and purchased a jsk and op. I'm 5'9" but got medium sizes and I find the waist tends to sit too high, like an inch or more above my actual waist. Would sizing up help with this or would it mess up the overall fit of the dresses (like the bust and waist being too big even with waist ties...)? How do you girls deal with your height?
I'm 6ft tall and I have to be honest, jfash made me hate my height way more then I did before.
Before I wanted to get into lolita and otome I already had issues wearing dresses and they would be way to short or ill-fitting, but the realization that I could buy so many dresses and probably none of them would fit right really made me dislike my height.
It doesn't help my height is in my torso and not my legs, so any of those "oh anon but tall girls have such nice legs' don't work for me because if you saw a picture of me you'd think... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8815794 >It doesn't help my height is in my torso and not my legs, so any of those "oh anon but tall girls have such nice legs' don't work for me because if you saw a picture of me you'd think I'm a 5ft tall stump
Weird topic, gulls: I know how you guys like to cosplay things like Sakizou drawings, and I know some of you like LARPing. This is neither of those, and is closer to period costuming. Have any of you ever seen classical paintings or statues and really wanted to cosplay them? (Pic related, the Vestal Virgin statue that was in the 2005 P&P) Where would you wear such a specific costume? Ren faires? Have you ever been so jealous of someone's outfit in a Vermeer that you wanted to recreate it?
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