Harajuku Fashion & Hair Style

Harajuku Style
Harajuku style. Picture by anthonygrimley.
"With your underground malls in the world of Harajuku
Putting on a show, when you dress up in your clothes
Wild hair color and cell phones
Your accessories are dead on"

That's the lyric from Gwen Stefani song entitled Harajuku Girls. The song expresses her admiration on Harajuku style. Harajuku is an area around Tokyo's Harajuku Station. This area is the center of boys and girls fashion style and internationally well known for its cultures. They usually wear fashionably unique clothes. Ranging from gothic style, hip hop, punk, to the style of anime character. The specialty of Harajuku style lies on its glamorous beads, harmonizing dark and bright theme, and melting the feminine and masculine element, both from its style as well as the function. The style is actually divided into various styles such as Lolita, Kogal, Gongaru, Cosplay (costume play), Yamanba, and many more.

The extreme costume from Harajuku is also supported by the extreme of make up and hairstyle. The Harajuku hair style is actually extreme, glamorous, and eye catching. To apply harajuku hair, you should razor your hair, make it wild, let the hair down, & dye your hair (usually with bright color) like the pictures below.

Photo by uefa2007
Harajuku Razored Hair
Haircut picture by manganite.

harajuku boys (tokyo)
Harajuku boys (tokyo). Photo by xthylacine, on Flickr.

Cute boys 2- Harajuku
Cute 2 harajuku boys. Photo by harajuku.girly, on Flickr.

Cute boys-Harajuku
Harajuku boys by harajuku.girly, on Flickr.

Harajuku guy
Harajuku guy by wakarimasen82, on Flickr.

Harajuku guy
Harajuku guy by wakarimasen82, on Flickr.

Punk is not dead
Photo by srv007, on Flickr.

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