I had a really nice week after so many bad days again. I met my friends for a picnic in Yoyogi Park on last sunday and during the week I had a Visual Make-up class. So much fun!
Btw, I want to let my bangs grow out so they look kinda messy here.
Frankenweenie Photo booth! *_____*
I am a huge Tim Burton fan and I love that movie, so we both had to take pictures with it!
As you see I also bought some stuff. Gonna show yout that later! ;D
All in one, the day was awesome but~ there was one "thing" which was seriously getting on our nervs. It has nothing to do with what one of us did or whatever but what others did:
Being photographed by Tourists
Some of them came to us and nicely asked for a picture with/of us, we agreed of course. If you ask we are totally okay with it but unfortunately there were way more of those who took pictures of us, really obviously, without asking and the worst part was that you could see in their eyes that they were making fun of you. Ksara just started to make a really stupid face when we spotted one taking a picture, one way of dealing with it. When we walked out of the park I think I was really pissed ^^" There was a guy sitting with his family and he wanted to take a picture of us and I was screaming, he was a bit far away, "Seriously?! You could just ask! Is that so hard to do?"... Well yeah I guess he kinda realized that I was pissed because he didn't take a picture and kinda apologized with his look and gesture. Sorry to him, but it was the drop which brought everything to flow over. *sigh* I know I maybe shouldn't have screamed at him but I was so pissed off because of all those idiots. The worst was when Nicole and I went to the Metro and were waiting for it to arrive. There were standing two men on the other side of the platform and looking at us and talking about us. Okay whatever right. But than just before their train arrived, one of them took his camera out and took a picture of us. Me again: "SERIOUSLY?!" and he quickly packed his camera in his bag and went into the train. I was so angry! I guess if I would have been all by myself I would have kicked his camera...
This is just so disturbing, really. I mean we met to have some fun together and those stupid tourists (all adults) were taking pictures of us without asking because they wanted to make fun of us later at their friends' or what? I don't know but their looks just before or after they took the pictures were not the kind of look the Japanese give you when they want to take your picture. Japanese people always ask and also make compliments, a lot, which is sometimes weird but anyway they want to take a picture of you because they like your look. Foreigners don't, well some of them do but most of them not. They just think you are weird and look stupid. It is just as I am looked at in Luxembourg or in Germany. I hate it.
Enough rant now, on to the next topic:
Visual Make-up Class
Oh shortly, when the Italian girls finally realized that the course was about V-kei make-up the were all like "oh no!", "that looks ridiculous!" etc etc~ Why did they come? Did they think they would get some sort of "normal" make-up done for free? Ah no~ wrong thought muhahahaha~
This was the picture the make-up artist showed us as an example of make-up she did and she would do on one of us:
You might recognize him right? 8D Yes it's THAT guy from Nightmare tehe~
After class, I forgot to take a make-up shot only, sorry! But~ Sandra and I went to make some Purikura in Shinjuku and I took an outfit shot too at the puri place :3
Oh btw, when walking home I got called fat by a foreign couple lol now I laugh about it but at that time I was so angry... Seriously, I am not fat. My tights touch yes, which I really like, and my butt is freaking gorgeous! Sorry might sound arrogant but yeah... If I would think differently I wouldn't wear leggins at all right?
So what do you think about my "new" style? Do you like it or do you prefer my Himekaji style?
Hope you liked today's huge post!
I am preparing everything to go back to Luxembourg on friday,
so I might not blog before I am home.
Anyway: See you soon!