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i know its not ANIME pink hair related, but check out the pinked haired girl in this asian music group...."wow" is all i got to say!
Where's meduka maguca?
That's interesting. The short dark haired one is actually considered the least attractive of the four.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I suppose!
I like the one 2nd from the left and the one on the far right (in that order) in the video clip's screen shot.
Hahah how would the world survive without pink haired anime girls?
edit: I guess Im kind of a sucker for white/ light gray haired anime guys. Like Kakashi from Naruto or Dr Thunderland Jr from Tegami Bachi
<--- Dr thunderland
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I am pretty indifferent when it comes to hair color but I suppose I do prefer the ones that don’t appear naturally in real life.
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This is kinda funny. I was sitting next to my friend while I was watching that and she's like, "Miss A. Bad girl, good girl. I like the color of the girl with pink hair but I chose to model my hair off of the short haired one."
And then I scrolled down and read Karami's post. scaarryy.
Anyway, I don't have a weird obession with hair colors.
Let's be honest. I'm pretty awesome.
Hmmm, my standards for anime and for real life are very different.
Like for anime, I dig all kinds of hair/eye colors, depending on how much I like a particular character. I don't really have one set color that I'm a sucker for...
But when I watch that Miss A video, I didn't like the pink-haired girl because, well, it's real life so I like it natural =D
(in real life I'm all for straight black hair since that's how my hair is)
Of course, no insult to your taste. I like all kinds of colors in anime.
Hmm... I kinda get where @animeyay 's coming from here. There are many hair colours and styles that seem acceptable in the anime world to me but bizarrely out of place in the real world. Like even in cosplay, somehow, when a person is dressed as an anime character, they still look kinda, well... fake. Mind you, I partially put this down to the usually cheap look of the costumes themselves, and to some extent, the proper effect being wasted on a person that does not quite fit the profile of their assumed anime character - and by "not quite" I mean, not in any way, shape or form.
I'd most certainly consider myself a fan of pink hair in anime (along with blue, white and green hair too); but seeing the same hair colour on people irl is usually met with a personal sense of vulgarity. Even with the former, it has to be the "right" shade of pink and must not be too vivid. Anyway, in wondering why I could accept the former but not the latter, I eventually came to the conclusion that the former seemed more acceptable because it had become establised (i.e. familiar) in anime culture, so felt natural; whereas the latter is still thought of as a minority "phase" and is usually associated with individuals considered in general society as "freaks". This isn't helped by the usually flat colour and wind proof look of most dyed hair either; for such traits are barely achievable with natural colour hair.
Having said that, I've recently noticed a shift toward the concept of "naturalness" in dyed hair with real people. I recall this one time when I saw a person sporting apparently pink hair as I was walking down a street - yet it looked surprisingly natural and attractive. Somehow it complemented the person's skin very well, and if one looked closely enough, he/she would have also made out the layers of subtle redish tones and highlights not unlike natural-colour hair.
Anime girls don't turn me on. Sakura is discusting to me, i don't even know why but she actuly makes me sick, haha! I judge characters purley on there personality, i'm a sucker for emo supernatural chicks, lmao! Mei misaki from another is an example. Also Alma from F.E.A.R.
I dunno about anime, but i love pink hair IRL. <3
although, i guess a lot of my favourite characters do have pink hair..
I dont really mind the hair. What really does it for me is shortness and shyness.
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Smiles. I love smiles. That and eyes...I'm a sucker for those, always the first thing I will notice about someone. That is why I am completely smitten with my girl...green eyes with a killer smile. :3 Plus shes gorgeous, and her heart is just warm.
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I'm sure you'll like Elfen Lied. There are lots of pink haired anime girls there. XD
There's also a pink haired girl named Arche in the anime adaptation of the game Tales of Phantasia.
Code Geass' Euphemia La Brittania has pink hair. I think Cornelia Li Brittania has one too, but in a darker shade.
You might like Vocaloid's Megurine Luka, even though she's not from an anime. She has pink hair. :3
I'm a sucker for cold-blooded anime characters.
@ the Miss A vid: The pink haired girl is named Jia. She's Chinese but the group is Korean (for Korean pop).
Leanne from Resonance of Fate! Depending on the lighting, her hair can look really beautiful! This is one of the poorer examples but you can still see that it looks pretty.
I'm seriously a sucker for the obnoxious, loud and kinda dumb male leads. (example: Naruto, Kimihiro Watanuki) They always have a strong will and they're always kind-hearted too. ♥ ^ ^;
I also like a Tsundere male~ Only in Shounen ai/yaoi anime though. :3 ♥
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