June 19, 2014


              ♥♥1st Blog Post.♥♥
My blog may not look like the best beauty blog out there right now because...It's not. I'm just starting out. Brand new to the game. With not a lot of equipment and contacts. But, I hope you lovely ladies will bare with me through my journey. I don't expect to be an overnight success but my main goal is to help out as many people as I can and to me, that's all that truly matters.

But before we get to any actual beauty posts, I figured I should make an introductory post about me, my life, and my interests.
My full name is Dakota Cree Cooper-Scott. Cree being my middle name. I prefer to be called Kota which is what my friends call me. I look to you guys as friends so...feel free! I'm 17 years old and I live in a small city in Ohio called Toledo. It may be cheap but never go here. It's so...sad, depressing and full of the same closed-minded people. There is one thing I like though, the diversity. I feel diversity is needed in any community and I just love to see all the different colours of people. Not many Asians though, they're hiding keke. 

I started getting into hair, makeup etc. since...I can remember really. It's always been a passion of mine. That's why I'll be enrolling into college for it Cosmetology next year. That's also around the time I will be moving ALL the way to Spokane, Washington. So, if any of you are near there, hit me up! 

I don't really like to stick to one style but I do have a style that I'm still working on and is mostly me. Gyaru.* I know there are tons of sub styles and I guess I would fit more into the Onii style the most. The more mature gyaru. Gyaru all grown up! Happie Nuts gyaru...Sayoko Ozaki inspired gyaru...It takes a lot to achieve this style, and I'm working on it, of course with tweaking it to fit my own personal style. But, I'm also a huge fan of vintage/retro styles. Circa 20's-60's. 50's is my favourite to do though. I seriously have Betty Bangs as we speak. But of course there are others I like to do, Eoljjang,** KHip-Hop etc.
Sayoko Ozaki.
As you can tell already, I'm a HUGE fan of Asian things. I got into it when I was about 8. My cousins were from Okinawa and they would always bring me back things and I got into J-Pop. It started out with MiniMoni. I bought a few of their music DVD's and they taught me numbers, basic Japanese phrases etc. Then I started getting into other J-Pop artists. REAL ones. Not all the vocaloid, Kyary stuff. Yeah, those are ok but it's not real to me. My number 1 Idol is Ayumi Hamasaki.*** Have posters, been there with her for a LONG time and she's just great. Other I like are Namie Amuro,*** BENI,*** Koda Kumi etc. 
Ayumi Hamasaki.
I'm still a fan of J-Pop but, I had gotten into K-Pop a few years ago. It all started with G-Dragon and let's just say...there's no turning back and I'm ok with that.
     Top 3 Boy Groups.
  • SHINee
  • GOT7
  • B.A.P
   Top 3 Girl Groups.

  • 2NE1
  • Secret
  • Wa$$up


   Ultimate Female Bias.
  • Lee Hyori
Lee Hyori.

Ultimate Male Bias.
  • Henry Lau.
                             Seriously, that's only to name a few. 

         There a few things to expect from my blog as far as posts go. 
  • Makeup Tutorials.
  • Nail Tutorials.
  • Hair Tutorials.
  • Product Reviews.
  • OOTD'S.
  • Idol Of The Week.
  • Other Blog Recommendations.
Thank You So Much for taking the time to read all of this. Feel free to comment below and even email me at : kota143486@gmail.com

Oh No! I forgot to add a few things! Here are some pictures.
Me And My BESTEST Friend Angel.
My Little Sister, Madison.
My Teacup Yorkie Montana.
♥Thanks For Reading, Be Dazzling!♥
NOTE:*Gyaru stands for/means Gal. It is a style based in Japan and has way too many sub-styles to describe. Maybe I'll do a future post! **More commonly spelled Ulzzang. Means, best face. It is a style based in South Korea. It focuses on the face and having perfect glowing skin and a very youthful look. ***Ayumi Hamasaki, Namie Amuro and BENI are widely known faces of Gyaru. Tsubasa Masukawa is the biggest known Gyaru. Namie, is said to have started the Kogal and Gyaru trend. 

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