Japanese Doll

How To : Create a Japanese inspired doll-like curly hairstyle

Watch this hair-styling video for a fun way to use hot rollers to create a cute look inspired by Japanese anime. Bubzbeauty takes you through the entire process of styling hair into doll-like curls. Besides being cutesy, dolly curls are also sexy and simple.

How To : Crochet Japanese amigurumi dolls

This crochet how to video is a demonstration of how to make a stuffed ball shape using single crochet in the style of amigurumi. Japanese amigurumi means single crochet in the round now rows. Watch the video to learn how to crochet your own doll using Japanese amigurumi style ...more

How To : Create a Japanese dolly inspired makeup look

If you've ever been to the Harajuku district of Japan then you know that nothing is off limits to Japanese girls (and sometimes guys) when it comes to makeup. Whether they're dolled up in the Lolita style or the slightly racist Ganguro style (in which girls dress up as black-f ...more

How To : Create a pretty Japanese dolly curls hairstyle

Dolls may freak the rest of us out, but for a lot of girls in Japan looking like a doll - scarily large, beady eyes, perfect ringlets, and porcelain skin - is its own beauty and style trend. Watch this video for a hairstyle that's not scary at all - called "Japanese dolly cur ...more

How To : Create a wide-eyed Japanese dolly eye makeup look

Want to look like a living doll? That's the goal of thousands of Japanese girls in the Harajuku district of Japan, where all fashion trends start. No matter what style of dress, the dolly look seems to be pretty pervasive, espcially when it comes to makeup. Wide eyes, achieve ...more

How To : Add a face to Japanese amigurumi crochet toys

Your amigurumi knit toy won’t be complete until you add a cute face to it. There are different ways to do this, the following video crocheting tutorial explain how to craft some of them. Learn how to add a face onto a Japanese amigurumi crocheted toy doll today. Add a face to ...more

News : The Secret Life of a Love Doll

Famed artist and photographer Laurie Simmons boasts an impressive career spanning over three decades. She's shown at some of the world's top art institutions and galleries, and appeared on art world popular PBS television series Art 21. She also happens to be the the proud mot ...more

How To : Build a Gakken Karakuri somersault doll with MAKE

In this video, John Park takes you through all the steps of building a Gakken Karakuri somersault doll. You can purchase the doll, but the instructions come in Japanese and not English. It's a good think John's here to help you out! You'll have the somersault doll built in no ...more

How To : Make a paper dress with origami

Dress your paper dolls in the finest. With this guide, you'll learn how to make a miniature paper dress from a folded sheet of paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as ...more

How To : Make adorable Japanese chibi charms

The term "chibi" means "small person" or "small child" in Japanese. While it can be used to designate such personages in real life, it is more often used to refer to small, doll-like characters in Japanese manga, anime, and jewelry/fashion wares. In this video you'll miniatur ...more

How To : Create a Japanese Harajuku girls makeup look

The inspiration behind Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Girls fragrance, real Harajuku girls are gals from the Harajuku region of Japan who dress up all crazy like in the Lolita, Ganguro, or Cosplay styles. Famous for their insane Victorian-style dresses in colors of all shades of the ...more

How To : Crochet a human ear for an amigurumi doll

Watch this instructional video to crochet a human ear for your amigurumi doll. Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures. Amigurumi are typically cute animals (such as bears, rabbits, cats, dogs, etc.), but can ...more

News : Gassho and Kokoro

At the beginning of every class, or almost every class, we do a series of exercises. The Japanese word for this sort of calisthenic exercise isundo. These exercises derive from the Goju style of karate created by Miyagi Sensei in Okinawa in the early part of the 20th Century. ...more

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