Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba) – Hair trends led by the viral Japanese anime and movie

Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba) - Hair trends

Demon Slayer-inspired Hair – With the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Singapore movie theatres were waiting for some blockbuster film to jumpstart their business. The restart in July following Circuit Breaker has been slow, until the globally viral Japanese anime Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba provided a glimpse of hope; bringing large hauls of fans into the cinemas.

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Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotōge. Following the conclusion of season 1 of the anime, a continuation in the form of Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Train, has been slaying the box office globally. The rave even drew non-anime fans to the cinema to catch this movie.

You would have received some character-themed merchandise for the purchase of every ticket; where you can opt for either the poster of 2 designs or badges of the main characters of the movie – Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, Inosuke Hashibira, Nezuko Kamado and the only Hashira – Kyojuro Rengoku.

Fanciful “Demon Slayer” hair fit for the characters, and to liven your festive season

We always thought anime-style hair is proprietary for cosplayers, but with hair trends evolving and people opting for bolder colours and styles to stand out amongst the crowd; anyone should take the step to spot some adaptation of these styles.

Perhaps it is really time for fans to flock to hair salons to get their desired demon slayer hairstyles. Bright and vibrant colour, with some complemented by a tow-tone or three-tone colours is the way to go. I personally love the Shinobu and Nezuko hairstyles, given that they have two-tone colours – ombre style, with violet and orange accents at the tip of their tresses which makes them look so beautiful and unique, with loads of cuteness.

With everyone having differing appetites for hair colours, the Nezuko and Shinobu styles presents the more subtle options; consisting of majority dark tones with that tinge of colour the the edges. Complement it with that hair accessory and it’s perfect for the Christmas date. The bolder ones should definitely go big with Kanroji style, which will grab you all the spotlight you desire everywhere you go. Rengoku style may be harder for the streets of Singapore to accept for sure; of course #YOLO is an option.

For the boys, everybody wants to be Tanjiro, and like Nezuko spots a nice and socially acceptable colour. See how reasonable and trendy it looks in the modern era below.

On a separate note, the Yushiro style as a whole seems pretty chic even for the modern era; if you dare to go for the silver-ish or white-ish colour. The cross-over between modern and Japanese traditional styles makes for a fashionista look on the streets.

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So what are you guys waiting for? Just pop by any of the hair salons for these eye catching new look to give your friends or loved ones a surprise in this lovely and warmth seasons. With everyone rushing for the festive makeover, do check out the ULO Lifestyle app to bring you some great savings for that makeover.

Article by: Floranz

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