Gyaru Magazines

Despite not being able to read or speak japanese, I still would love to get my hands on some gyaru magazines so I could flick through all the pretty pictures. Here is a (very quick) run through of some Gyaru magazines. I have only today discovered a website that has scanned in the pages of lots of these magazines, here. (Unfortunately no Ageha.)

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Ageha

Ageha is probably the most famous of all Hime Gyaru magazines, due to it’s focus being on Hime Gyaru more than other magazines. (As far as I know anyway πŸ˜› )

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Egg

Egg is another one that seems popular among Hime Gyaru and Gyaru in general actually. It’s very popular.

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Popteen

Popteen is one aimed at a younger market than the other magazines mentioned here.

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Jelly

This one is definitely aimed at the more gyaru trend rather than Hime Gyaru.

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Ranzuki

Another one that aimed at teens. Jelly is this “older sister” version of this magazine. Ranzuki features lots of tutorials which I imagine would be helpful in creating a Gyaru look.

I would love to learn how to read any of these myself. I think it would be such an achievement. But in the meantime they can help me develop my make up, hair and clothing style and give me more inspiration ❀

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