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Friday, September 4, 2015

Some New Fashion Trends








*-- In an awesome fashion mashup that nobody could have foreseen, Muslim fans of the Japanese lolita trend have begun pairing these sweet-as-candy outfits with their Hijabs. These fashionistas have created a unique new style that Japanese Lolita fans are falling in love with. The Lolita trend, at its most basic, involves wearing modernized Victorian or Rococo-style dresses and outfits that are heavily accessorized, and painstakingly coordinated into elaborated costumes. The trend fans (Lolitas) then meet up at various events to spend time together to appreciate each others' outfits (as they them 'coord'). Two Muslim fashion bloggers, California-based Alyssa of The Hijabi Lolita and UK-based Noor of Edible Rainbows, have become the trnd's pioneers. While fittingly stylish and flamboyant, their outfits still fully adheres to Muslim religious principles.
*-- some trends make you wonder how they caught on. Take "bubble nails" -bulbous, acrylic fingernails painted in a variety of colors and patterns. The technique has apparently been around since 2009. However, it has gained popularity only recently, after a series of photos went viral on Instagram under the hashtag #bubblenails. Due to an ever increasing demans, nail technicians have been teaching themselves bubble nail art through trial and error. They start by placing a ball or (multiple balls) of acrylic at the centre of the nail and building it out by adding layers. Then they paint it as the customer wishes. "The point is to make it pop more" said celebrity nail artist Pattie Yankee. She said clients in the Sos ask for accentuations of their natural nail bump , but it was never this exaggerated.
*-- South Korean girls have fallen in love with nith new hairdo. It is called "hateu aapmuhri" and means "heart bangs".It is secially populR AMONG TEENAGERS AND TWENTY SOMETHING, who have been styling their hair and uploading photos of themselves to Twitter and Instagram. It requires careful work with curling iron and hairspray , but the eye catching results are worth it.

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