August 1, 2011

Start with a clean slate. Make sure that your face is as squeaky clean as possible. If you don’t, you could be setting yourself up for disaster with applying makeup to a dirty face, which will most likely absorb the makeup and oils into the pores, and cause possible breakouts.
After you make sure that your face is absolutely clean, the oils are gone, and there is no dead skin anywhere, apply foundation. You want foundation that matches your skin tone, not something that only makes your face pale-looking.
Concealer! Okay, some people have really bad dark circles. It would be best to cover these with something not too light, because if it’s too light, it’ll attract attention there, and it won’t look natural. Just try something that’s possibly a little lighter than your foundation. If you have no concealer, it’s recommended to just use foundation to the best of your ability.

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How To Make Visual Kei Hair Style?

May 5, 2011

How To Make Visual Kei Hair Style?

1. Choose the style that you want. Or you can print out or draw a picture of the hairstyle that you want to copy

2.Study the hair closely. You need to know how it look from all angles, and you need to know what goes where.

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What Is Visual Kei ?

May 2, 2011

What is “Visual Kei”?

“Visual Kei” came from the word “Visual” and the word “Kei”, the word Kei means “style” so Visual Kei literally means “visual style”. If the Punk community came from London, Visual Kei community came from Japan. Visual kei is a japanese fashion style which popularized by the japanese rock (J Rock) bands in 1990s. The visual kei dress style has lots of costuming style and make up and it’s very very Japanese style because it goes back to the ancient Japan. Men would often wear women’s clothing. The visual kei appearance usually involves striking make-up. But i think the most popular kind of visual kei that is used by J Rock bands is the gothic and feminin type of style. Some people say that Visual Kei refers to a music genre, or to a sub-genre of J-rock (a term referring to Japanese rock in general), with its own particular sound, related to glam-rock, punk and metal.

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