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Lolita fashion was inspired primarily by the clothing and general aesthetics of the Rococo and Victorian periods. But the most glorious period time was in Japan. Lolita is said to be the street fashion In Japan and it is started there in the 1980’s. Now it has grown to be the relatively popular all over the world. But there are in the world still do not know exact styles of Lilota. So here are the relatively comprehensive collections of theLolita fashion.

There are Gothic Lolita, Sweet Lolita, Casual Lolita, Hime Lolita, Shiro Lolita, Kuro Lolita, Classic Lolita, Country Lolita, Sailor Lolita, Wa Lolita, Guro Lolita, Punk Lolita, Ero Lolita, Cosplay Lolita and Kodona Aristocrat. Among them the first 3 was the most popular styles.

1 Gothic Lolita
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Although the name 'Gothic' Lolita alludes to goth fashion as a whole, the style is primarily influenced by victorian inspired goth style and not cyber goth or industrial style.

 

A Gothic Lolita outfit like all Lolita styles, is very modest in today's standards. As with other Lolita styles a Gothic Lolita outfit can usually be recognised by the bell-shaped skirt, and puff-sleeves. A Gothic Lolita outfit is usually comprised of black or rich dark colors such as burgundy, purple and navy. It is common for this style to involve details in complementary or contrasting colors, such as the infamous black and white coordination choice.

 

2 Sweet Lolita 
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Sweet Lolita is the most over-the-top style and includes aesthetics nearly exclusive to Lolita. It is also the most child-like of the Lolita styles, using many bows, ruffles and light colors to make up an outfit. The most common colors used in a Sweet Lolita outfit are pink, white, and powder blue, but an outfit can be made with nearly any pastel or plaid (or nearly any color at all as long as it is not neon).

 

3 Casual Lolita
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Casual Lolita is a more toned down version of the style, while still retaining the basic Lolita elements. It is very hard to put together a nice casual Lolita co-ordination unless you have years of experience or are a natural at it.

 

Most favored in the Casual Lolita co-ordination is (in a way) simplicity, so a nice simple cut-sew perhaps with a motif of some sort paired with a Lolita skirt and hair accessory/headdress. (However the hair accessories are usually toned-down as well.)
 
 
  Lolita is popular in the world now, but most of the lolis are new. They put on their gorgeous Lolita dresses that they picked from one of the best on line shop milanoo.com (www.milanoo.com ) and join many activities. But some of them do not know the exact makeup for each Lolita style. We know that Lolita makeup is one of the most important points in Lolita fashion, and it is the last one that makes the finishing point. Here are some general ideas for makeup in Lolita fashion. Remember, it is just suggestion, if you have any problem, leave me a massage.

 

1 gothic Lolita makeup

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Gothic Lolita is one of the most popular styles in Lolita fashion. It is generally influenced by The Victorian Period. so the makeup weighs a lot here. Makeup for this style can range from a light natural look to a dramatic Smokey eye with a dark red lip depending on the outfit and occasion. A common mistake by beginners that is worth mentioning is the use of black lipstick and whiteface. Both whiteface and black lipstick take away from the elegance of the Lolita style and should only be used as stage makeup as a general rule.

2 sweet Lolita makeups
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The key point in sweet Lolita fashion is sweet. The hair style, the bowls, the dress, the handbags, the gloves, the shoes and the makeup are all in sweet style. So the Light, natural make-up complements this style. Teased out pigtails and bouncy curls are commonly worn by Sweet Lolita.

3 Casual Lolita
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Casual Lolita can best be described as what a Lolita would wear when not 'dressing up.' It is Still modest, and elegant but not as over the top as most other Lolita styles. A great Casual Lolita can be compiled out of any color, as long as you remember to match colors, prints, etc. as you would with any other Lolita style. A simple cardigan over a JSK or skirt creates a nice casual look.