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Jessica Michibata’s Blingy Shibuya Gal Style

What is Shibuya Gal Style? It’s a bit hard to describe… it’s a very girly style consisting of made-up faces, manicured nails (often princessy themes or designs), coiffed hair, clothes with ribbon/bow/ruffle details, mini skirts and high heels. Of course, with these descriptions it is hard to imagine, so head on over to Can Cam’s website to take a look. CanCam is one of the leading style magazines targeting the under 25 Shibuya gal market segment (the other main magazine is JJ).

Anyway, another signature of the Shibuya gal is the blinged out rhinestone encrusted mobile phones… and it looks like Jessica is not immune to it. I think her phone looks rather tacky, the rhinestones are overly large with no discernible pattern or design. I realise that “diamonds” are a girl’s best friend, but is it really necessary to have them on your mobile phone? However, I do like her sunglasses (looks like Tom Ford or possibly Chloe, but I could be wrong).

  1. gregy
    20/05/2010 at 10:55 pm

    Jessica Michibata is hot but Jessica Cambensy is hotter IMHO

    • pinknyanko
      21/05/2010 at 12:41 am

      LOL… there are lots of mixed models hotter than Michibata in my opinion. 😉 Jessica Cambensy is pretty good… I think her forehead is a lil big though. I noticed they tend to cover it with bangs/fringe or hats etc. @_@

  2. LL
    31/08/2010 at 2:00 pm

    Prominent foreheads are apparently attractive men, I had to do a project on how we jusdge people on appearances and names and things when I studies Visual COmmunications… I can’t remember exactly why but apparently a large round forehead is a sign of femininity.
    Maybe this is why Robert Kubica is so popular with the other drivers.

    • LL
      31/08/2010 at 2:01 pm

      ahem, excuse the typos, sat in a weird position

    • pinknyanko
      31/08/2010 at 2:09 pm

      Interesting. So is Kubica popular due to his feminine forehead? hahaha. However prominent forehead vs balding are a bit different to me. It is also interesting that prominent foreheads are seen as a sign of intelligence/wisdom in Chinese culture.

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