Gyaru culture, and their cultural expression through make-up changes and evolves according to fashion of different time periods. In the 1990s, as the popularity of Namie Amuro and Ayumi Hamasaki were peaking, they became an icon for female teenagers, and inspired for young females to create the basis of gyaru culture. But in the late 1990s to early 2000s, there has been more types and factions of gyaru culture and the way of doing the make-up for each of those evolved to different directions.
The appearances are different, but for all the looks, there are gyaru’s wish to be looked more cute as their bare faces. Here, we are going to go over couple of the different gyaru make-up!