Have you heard about the Lolita girl’s dress, fashion, and makeup? Well, it signifies a unique fashion culture of Japan that’s influenced and inspired by the Victorian clothing style. Lolita girls and their fashion outfit are indeed one of the most notable and popular styles among young girls. It’s delicate, beautiful, sweet, and charming. It represents the beauty and modesty of femininity.
However, Lolita girls’ dress and makeup are a bit an exaggerated thing for other people who do not have much idea about this style. So, if you are one of them who is not fully aware of this unique Japanese fashion and makeup style, then this article is going to be so apt for you! Here, you will reveal all the details of Lolita girls and their daily routines. Now, please keep reading and reveal all the key details in the below sections.
Lolita’s Makeup: Key Elements and Features
Lolita fashion style has started to gain mass attention since the 1980s. Since that time, it has witnessed some revolution. Nevertheless, the key idea of this fashion style has remained constant, i.e., Lolita’s fashion represents the sweet, delicate, cute, doll-like look. To feature this fashion style, Lolita girls need to use a bunch of makeup essentials that can help them to flaunt their looks more efficiently and seamlessly.
Speaking of the daily life of these Lolita girls, they usually start dressing up in the morning. What’s more, they also use and apply a set of makeup elements to amplify and complement their outfit. Needless to say, Lolita’s makeup has a few unique parameters and features. Are you wondering what those makeup elements that are widely used by Lolita girls? Well, the following five makeup essentials are an absolute favorite for Lolita girls.
i) Mascara and Eye Makeup: Lolita girls have a common tendency to emphasize the shape and size of their eyes. The key idea is to make their eyes appear bigger, larger, and more attractive. To complement this idea, they apply the following eye makeup essentials, such as mascara, eyeliner, and eyeshadows. Many Lolitas also prefer to apply fake eyelashes too to enhance their looks.
ii) Lip Gloss: Lolita girls present a cute, soft, and natural look with a sweet tint of red/pink lips. So, it’s quite common for them to apply lip gloss. This lip gloss should not be over-gorgeous. Instead, the aim is to deliver a natural, sweet, and gentle look. That’s why Lolitas tend to use a lip gloss/lipstick in shades of light pink and light red (that can complement their natural lips color).
iii) Hairstyle: Lolita girls definitely like and prefer curly hairstyles. Hence, it’s pretty much common for these beautiful, young girls to use temporary, artificial hair curlers. In addition to it, they also use hair wigs and other headwear elements like a bonnet, laces, and hair bows, etc.
iv) Blush: Just like the lips, Lolita girls simply like the idea of having a light, natural pink glow on their cheeks too. That’s why they wear simple and soft blushes to enhance and complement their looks.
v) Other makeup features: The above four items are the key features of a Lolita girls’ makeup. On top of that, their makeup may even highlight the use of nail polish, makeup brushes, broken hair finishing sticks, and more.
Lolita’s Dress: Key Elements and Features
In the above sections, you have revealed the makeup elements of Lolita girls. Let’s now discuss their dressing styles in this section. Just like the makeup, their dressing style even has some unique and one-of-a-kind features that help these girls to create and flaunt a modest yet distinctive look.
First of all, these dresses are designed to create an elegant and aristocratic look. Secondly, these dresses are prepared with high-quality fabric so that Lolitas can wear them effortlessly and comfortably without causing inconvenience to their daily lives. These dresses are not only comfortable but also they are easy to wear. They are not only appropriate for daily routine outfits but also can even be worn on any special occasion.
Please find below some common elements of Lolita fashion attires.
Colors: Lolita girls’ dresses are mostly found in the following four-five colors, such as white, pink, red, black, light green/blue, etc. Overall, these dresses focus on matte and pastel shades.
Material: Speaking of the main material of these dresses, polyester, chiffon, soft silk, laces, and ribbons are typically used.
Dress designs: In the above sections, you have revealed the colors and materials of Lolita girls’ dress. These dresses feature a wide use of ribbons, frills, and laces. Typically, Lolita costume is either a bell-shaped or A-line skirt that’s worn on top of a petticoat.
Style: The classic Lolita dresses feature the child-like and doll-like style. However, this Japanese fashion trend has witnessed some changes and modifications over the past few years. You will now find a modernized dollhouse look in their dressing style. In addition to it, a solid combination of Edwardian, Rococo, and Victorian clothing styles even exists in Lolita dresses.
Accessories: While Lolita dresses are a key fashion element. Nevertheless, these young girls prefer to use a range of accessories to further accentuate their overall look. For example, Lolita-like headbands, hair bows, parasols, matching handbags, and decorative neckties are widely common among Lolitas. These accessories help the Lolitas to feature a princess and a girlish look. On top of that, Lolita girls wear high knee socks, tights, and ankle socks too.
Footwear: There are three types of shoes quite common among Lolita girls, such as high heel, flat shoes, and rounded toe shoes.
Lolita Girls Unique Characteristics
In the above sections, you have learned about Lolita girls’ makeup and fashion essentials. Now, let’s take a look at their unique characteristics. Lolita girls love hanging out, casual parties, and groups.
To be more precise, they prefer to follow the group of like-minded Lolita girls. Rather than spending lonely, personal, or alone time, they tend to spend time with their groups. That’s why whenever they hangout or attend some parties, they do not do it individually, instead, they prefer to be in groups.