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Last post is saging.

Anyone have good tips on how to use press on nails, or how to make your own? Since they're plastic, can I literally use acrylic paint to create designs? How easy are they to remove and store, and how many uses can they last for?

I try to keep my nails painted, but it's hard to keep up with, and regular polish takes so long to dry and chips. Gel seems like a pain in the ass to remove. I'd love any insight to your best methods, thank you kindly!

>> No.10775883

this question is too fucking stupid. it's not even jfash related. just use google if you're this retarded.
t. anon who makes her own press ons.

>> No.10775897

Okay anon, so what paint products do you use to make your own press ons? I can find the gems and bits myself. I'm looking for ones that won't dissolve in acetone.

Also, how is this not j-fashion related? Lolita and gyaru in particular have very detailed nail designs. Anons have even had argument here about judging girls on the state of their nails.

>> No.10775900

>>10775897
I buy fake nails in bulk from AliExpress and then aggressively grind them down with my Dremel to fit my tiny nail beds (I have tiny child sized hands and most press ons don't fit me correctly)
Then I rough them up with some sandpaper for better adhesion and put gel polish over them. The number of uses you can get out of press ons depends on your lifestyle and how gentle you are taking them on and off. If you make a set, it wouldn't hurt to make a few extra nails in case one gets lost or damaged. Also, highly detailed designs don't look good with lolita, they look tacky. It's okay in gyraru because that style is meant to look trashy and tacky

>> No.10775905

>>10775897
>ones that won't dissolve in acetone
Nayrt but good luck with that. Acetone is an extremely powerful solvent and most nail products and press ons are purposely made to be removed with acetone.

>> No.10775908

>>10775900
>highly detailed designs don't look good with lolita

Define highly detailed. I've seen 3D sculpted acrylic nails that would probably look great with sweet lolita. Like a lot of things it depends on substyle.

>> No.10775912

>>10775900
This is excellent advice, thank you nonny. What products do you use to adhere and remove them?
And I get what you mean as far as highly detailed - it's wiser to make some sets that can be versatile rather than specific for ease of use. Since my wardrobe has a specific palette and recurring themes, I'd probably make sets that coordinate with cherries, or bows, or the like.

>> No.10775917

>>10775882
this girl just posted this pic to instagram like 2 hours ago and its already a thread pic? kind of weird lmao

>> No.10775918

>>10775917
OP here, it's no coincidence, her post inspired my question in the first place.

>> No.10775919

>>10775918
Those nails are hideous and don't even look like they belong with jfash

>> No.10775920

>>10775919
Well I think they're pretty and go well with her sax coord. Check your salt level.

>> No.10775944

Nice self post M0 M0

>> No.10775958

>>10775944
She literally made a post promoting press on nails, why would she make this post? Christ you're daft.

>> No.10775964

>>10775958
she's retarded

>> No.10775976
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10775976

Anyone know of somewhere that sells heart shaped openwork/pointelle knit fabric in pink, red, brown, etc. colors? I cannot for the life of me find any in stock at online fabric shops, even though pointelle knits have been kind of trendy recently in normie fashion.

Failing that, if anyone's got recs for taobao shops that sell cardigans with a heart knit like this, feel free to drop a link.

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>>10775964
And I'm sure you look like this. Can you all stfu if you cant stay on topic??

>> No.10775986

>>10775905
I meant that the paint itself won't dissolve - just the glue. Sorry for the confusion.

>> No.10775989

>>10775986
The polish will still dissolve if you're soaking them off in acetone sadly. If you want to remove press on nails without damaging them, I recommend either using sticky tabs (less secure but easy to remove from your nails and the press ons), or if you want to use regular glue, then use one of the methods where you soak them off with dish soap and warm water, then let them dry and use a dremel or efile to file away the excess glue.

Mine usually fall off naturally after about a week and I just save them and clean the underside with alcohol before and after filing away the glue. You could also probably just pop them off after a light soak in plain warm water if you're afraid the method with soap would be drying or bad for your hands or natural nails.

>> No.10776019

Is there any way to buy a digital pattern from jp online store?

>> No.10776028

>>10775986
You will have to soak them off in hot soapy water. Nail glue is standard but its strong, you gotta be willing to keep them on til they fall off.

>> No.10776050

>>10775882
Another Dallas asswipe shitting up this board. It’s too bad you can’t buy taste because yeesh those nails…

>> No.10776124

>>10775882
Just find a good nail salon or an independent nail artist and get your nails done once a month, press-ons look like shit 99% of the time

>> No.10776125

>>10775882
why would anyone choose to wear a choker over neck straps... can't avoid flexing her overpriced costume jewelry?

>> No.10776129

I recently lost all my interest in Lolita fashion after being quite active for several years.
What do you do in such a phase? What do you do to make Lolita spark joy again?

>> No.10776150

>>10776129
Think back to what made you love it. Stop looking at insta lolita and what's popular and trendy. Comparison is the killer of joy. If you have never been in a comm, go try a big meet. If you're in a comm try to lone lolita it up or just dress up whike hanging with normie friends.

After an insta cleanse re-evaluate your lolita style. Maybe you're actually into a different substyle but got swept up in the trend flow.

Try out a different alt fashion.

>> No.10776165

>>10775882
nail anon here. these look poorly done, especially the aqua metallic glitter nails. is she charging for these?

>> No.10776174

>>10776165
Girl in OP pic didn't make them herself, she bought them or got them for free from a nail artist who sends for free or sells a lot of press ons to lolitas that are active on IG.

Idek if the girl who makes them is an actual nail tech or just a hobbyist; all her sets are simple stuff with stick on charms and decals.

>> No.10776182

>>10776174
well the polish work is very messy.

>> No.10776186

>>10776182
what about the quality of the nails aside from the design itself can you even see in such a deep fried photo?

>> No.10776191

>>10776186
...i looked up the original photo?

>> No.10776202

>>10776186
you can tell from how the light reflects off of it. the polish has pitting and isn't level, which is indicative of poor skill. that's wht the metallics look worse.

>> No.10776212

>>10776191
Ah, that makes sense.

>> No.10776216

dumb petticoat question that has probably been asked a billion times,

but I like lower poof, old schoolish style, slightly more a-line? (i hope im describing ok)
does anyone have any petticoat reccomendations?

>> No.10776222

>>10775944
Shut the fuck up and crawl back to your discord server

>> No.10776251

>>10776216
You've probably already heard this but malco modes. They have lots of shapes available and you can always modify one to have a shorter waistband or less poof. Plus they last forever, I have one that's over 10 years old and taken some serious abuse and still holds it's shape well.

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>>10775976
Anon, it's not exactly what you're looking for, but I'm working on developing a machine knit cardigan with a very similar eyelet pattern. My machine is standard gauge (4.5mm), so it could knit something pretty fine, but not that fine. Photo is the punch card I made + a photo of what it's supposed to look like when finished (because on the punch card it's distorted due to the way the machine needs to read it). Finished photo is not mine btw (it's from a hand knit chart I translated for the machine), my crazy work schedule has been keeping me from actually testing it out so it's purely theoretical right now. I'll post updates in the handmade thread once I get around to knitting a swatch if you'd like to see it.

>> No.10776297

>>10776259
This is wonderful! Thanks anon. I have a knitting machine and finally have some time to learn how to use it. I didn't really see any instructions for knitting these patterns with a machine, only by hand, so the punch card alone is very helpful.

Picrel is an example of something someone else has knit with it, so it's also not able to knit as fine as the store bought things, but definitely enough to do what you've shared here.

>> No.10776340

>>10776297
If you'd like to knit this pattern with your machine in a semi-automated way (vs manually moving stitches around each row), you need to have a machine that has a lace carriage. You can knit lace on a manual machine too, but you will have to use your transfer tool to move stitches around by hand.
I had trouble drawing on the sheets to annotate the lace carriage directions (even permanent markers weren't really sticking) and the k carriage returns, but I could write it out/create a diagram for you if you need it since some of them are a bit weird (mostly the eyelet at the very bottom of the heart and one at the top center that's actually a centered double decrease instead of just a single slanted decrease)

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>>10776297
>>10776340
Oops I realized I dropped my pic showing samples from the same type of machine I have

>> No.10776384

>>10776251
Nayrt, which one do you have?

>> No.10776569

how tall is too tall for ega style stuff? i'm 170cm and i'm worried about the skirts being an awkward length on me

>> No.10776594

Should I wear a necklace when my OP has neck ties? I'm afraid it'll look weird if I do.
The necklace is not short but I still can't figure out if it's gonna look good. Side note I'm new into sweet and I wouldn't like to buy a 10 000¥ AP necklace if I'm not sure

>> No.10776601

>>10776569
I think you will be fine, we are similar height and I do not find them awkward on myself.

>> No.10776630

>>10776594
You can wear a necklace along with neck ties. although if you’re new to sweet maybe hold off on $100 necklaces until you have a more cohesive sweet wardrobe. you don't really need a necklace if you already have neck ties. But getting a pearl/faux pearl necklace would be a good idea since those match almost everything

>> No.10776637

>>10776594
I don't like the look, myself. Being new, I wouldn't recommend it.
>if I'm not sure
If you're not sure on any purchase, then don't.

>> No.10776922
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Could anyone tell me what these plaid skirt pants are called?

>> No.10776936

>>10776594
Look at the OP photo. It looks stupid.

>> No.10777030

>>10776594
only if you wear a longer one that doesn't interfere with them like a choker or short necklace in OP. neckties kind of exist so you don't need a necklace because they fill out the space. don't make the coord too cluttered or it will begin to look messy.

>> No.10777054

>>10776922
try looking up (punk) bondage pants. don't always have the skirt-like part but sometimes they do

>> No.10777062

>>10777054
thanks anon, now to find a pair that will fit my 180cm as

>> No.10777066

>>10777062
Get the vintage VW ones and you'll have something to flex, unlike girl in the OP pic

>> No.10777068

>>10776922
They're a type of bondage pants. Sometimes the "skirt" is a skirt or called a pleated flap or butt flap. I've seen them called trousers on some JP sites.

>> No.10777183

I'm tall and have big (though narrow) feet. Will shoes marked as size 26~26.5cm be okay for 25.5/26cm feet?

>> No.10777257

>>10777183
I have 25.5cm feet, which are also skinny and narrow, and in theory 26cm is the smallest size you should buy shoes in - you need to add an extra 0.5cm to get your actual shoe size. Sadly, I end up swimming in most shoes my size width-wise. If you have the same problem, my advice would be to make sure the shoe provides ample support and is made of sturdy materials, and get a nice orthopedic insole to fill it out a bit. The extra 0.5-1cm will really help not to make them too tight to walk in with said insole.

Not sure which brand you're buying from, but just as an FIY, Angelic Imprint platforms are always a horrible fit for narrow feet. Had to sell both pairs I ordered, I knew I'd break my ankles walking in them with how wide they were.

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What do you think of turtleneck sweaters in lolita? Would lettuce-edge help to cute it up a bit for sweet? It's in style for normie fashion so there's a lot to choose from. Funny to see it now since my mom used to dress me in a ton of lettuce-edge as a kid.

>> No.10777307

I watched a documentary about BABY on youtube and they were showing their production process and factories. Can anyone help me find it again?/anyone know the title? I think it was in Japanese.

I know they have a GLB X BABY dvd but I'm not sure if it was from there.

>> No.10777310

>>10777307
Is it this one?
https://youtu.be/DWeaHCKbnmU

>> No.10777319

WW ships preorders separately right? like even if the item is coming out soon they won't hold the rest of your order for when it comes out to ship everything
just wanted to make sure before I made an order

>> No.10777321

>>10777307
>>10777310
No it's not that one but holy shit I finally found it!! I'm definitely going to save it this time. Thank you for helping though!

>> No.10777322

>>10777321
Can you post it? I'd also be interested in seeing it

>> No.10777327

>>10777322
Sure! I found it on dailymotion this time: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x40qvv1

Note: the narrator's voice is agitating but it's probably for international audiences.

>> No.10777328

>>10777289
It's cute, I like how comfy and casual it is

>> No.10777330

>>10777327
The doc must be from 2013 as the two dresses behind the founders are from that year

>> No.10777354

>>10777322
Haenuli appears for a bit in this Korean doc if you're interested in this kind of thing https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x40qbeh

>> No.10777378

When will baby have more of the giant usakumya rucksacks?

>> No.10777380

>>10777378
They just had a release, anon! you just missed it.

>> No.10777386

>>10777380
I know ugh. but when will they have another one? Is it a yearly thing?

>> No.10777403

>>10777386
I think the one before that was 2 years ago...might be better off buying one secondhand

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>>10777289
I personally really like them a whole lot when the weather is cold, they're so comfy. I primarily wear classic, I have a couple of these kinds of turtlenecks with lace that I wear under my JSKs.

>> No.10777537

How do I get into a vetted discord as a lonelita? I think I'm finally ready to make some friends in the fashion

>> No.10777538

>>10777537
Let me know all about once you find out~
I'm ready to return from my retirement and no longer want to be a lonelita as well

>> No.10777546

>>10777538
no one wants a crazy troon in their discord

>> No.10777551

>>10777538
Fuck off, troon, I wouldn't want to join any discords that let the likes of you through anyway

>> No.10777597

>>10777537
Make a post in the friend finder thread.

>> No.10777600

>>10777546
>>10777551
Stop comparing me to trannies lol
I hate the trans community the most!

>> No.10777617

>>10777257
I'm buying the Moitie pumps. I know brand shoes are not the greatest quality, but I'm obsessed with the chunky yet elegant design. Thanks for the info and the heads up about Angelic Imprint, I was thinking of buying a pair of huge platforms. Glad I waited.

>> No.10777646

>>10777600
You're a mtf that was a moderator in a discord that groomed children, sainte

>> No.10777656

>>10777646
Prove it

>> No.10777662

>>10777656
which part? That you're trans? You said so yourself. The grooming? I don't want to have those kinds of images saved on my phone but anyone can see the receipts on the farm

>> No.10777669

>>10777662
Literally all I said in the comments wwas that I was done with my chores and it would sit out the rest of the day doing nothing.

Where's the evidence that I was a moderator that groomed children?
I rarely even chat in discord servers so go figure

>> No.10777675

>>10777669
You were a moderator in that server, that got closed down by discord for CSA.
>I-I don't even use discord!!
Convenient lie, strange you were made a mod then.
You're fucking crazy and a legit danger to other people.

>> No.10777687

>>10777675

>You were a moderator in that server, that got closed down by discord for CSA.

Not my fucking problem, honestly bringing up these memes with snippets of out context postings from that server doesn't even prove anything dumbass
YOU KNOW JACK SHIT MY DUDE!

I got demoted as a mod after a week of mod abuse with banning and kicking people simply because I didn't like them.
The final straw was me defending another mod abusing their powers too.
We literally did not give a single fuck about the server laymao

Like I said, I rarely even engage in servers like that afterwards because it's mostly a waste of time and of no value.

And for the record, I never said I was fucking crazy and a legit danger to other people. So kindly stfu

>> No.10777688

>>10777687
kek you're nuts. keep dancing, crazy tranny monkey!

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>>10777688
Here you go, I literally got demoted as a mod in that lame server after going against the server owner's back with defending the other mod he was referring to.

Only reason I became a mod was that I asked the serber owner to make me a mode. They obliged. Laymao

Nothing even happened in that server other than my friend Cass posting pics of her selfharm which ended up with a server wipe by discord going against the TOS.

>> No.10777705

So when is jannies going to ban this emotional troon

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>>10777700
After all that commotion we used to joke about how I stepped down "gracefully" from modhood.

But the truth was that I got demoted for defending our boi Flan. Laymao.


Anyways, I will reiterate that none of you know jack shit of what actually happened in the server with my involvements in them.

>> No.10777713

>>10777709
we don't actually care either. specifics don't change the fact that you should kys!

>> No.10777715

>>10777713
I'm already saint laymao

>> No.10777719

>>10777715
become a martyr instead and die for the sins of your ugly sissy brothers.

>> No.10777734

Does La Luice periodically stop taking orders?

>> No.10777784

>>10775882
Just buy stuff to do SNS nails or get them done at a salon. I got tips with sns, grew them out over a month and then did sns on my natural nails bc they were finally long enough for it to look OK. It's been another month and they're as long as my usual tips. I soak off and redo the sns and they last 4 weeks at a time, but now I like to do them every 2 weeks to avoid bad looking regrowth.

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1- i havent coorded a skirt before (only ops & jsks) does anyone have general advice? i dont want the top half to look too plain, or is it supposed to be?
2- tangentially related, what are things you look for when buying cutsews? still trying to develop an eye for stuff that isnt just overpriced tshirts

>> No.10777799

>>10777797
A cardigan or bolero does a lot for adding balance. You can go short sleeve if you're hot.

>> No.10777814

>>10777600
You like underage kids judging by the discords you’ve joined

>> No.10777820

>>10777814
Not true, not even in the slightest.

>> No.10777825

>>10777687
>>10777700
>>10777709
knew you'd chimp out once actual solid proof of screenshots showed up, also weird how you completely ignore the dozens of posts of grooming kids, cp exchange, and so casually mention the self harm as if that isn't also super fucked up that your server allowed/encouraged it. You're so crazy you can't even see how crazy you are.
PS: nice new LM account(s)

>> No.10777827

>>10777797
for cutsews, look for cute details. ruffles on the bottom and sleeve, peter pan collar, lace details, bib neck, pintucks, neck ties, puffy sleeves etc. Safest bet is to buy from established lolita brands (AP, Baby, etc have lots of cute cutsews). Look on mercari for second hand stuff from Japan.

Once you're feeling more comfortable, for dirt cheap cutsews that are very casual, check out Axes femme and other casual brands on Closet Child. you can find cute tops for $3-$10. Pic related is something I'd wear in a pretty casual coord (I wear mostly classic)

>> No.10777828
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>>10777827
dropped pic hurr durr

>> No.10777860

>>10777825
I'm a pretty decent person lol
None of those anonymous claims are even true. I'm not even trans btw, I'm a saint.

Maybe get to know someone before passing unfair judgments???

>> No.10777862

>>10777860
yeah it's not like you have multiple posts in the archives stating that you're male, then mtf, then now this weird autist saint larp. and it's also not like you have over a dozen posts of whining about being forever alone and also trying to hook up with /cgl/ girls. gross creep.

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>>10777860
how's that hepatitis B working out for you olivine?

>> No.10777869

>>10777862
I never said I was a creep

>> No.10777872

>>10777869
>Grown ass man
>A discord mod

>> No.10777876

>>10777869
most creeps don't call themselves creeps, dumbass

>> No.10777883

how long should I wait before I worry about someone shipping my purchase lol

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>>10777876
Kek whatevs

Anyways,
you're all so creepy for digging through archive to find posts to attack me. It is crazy unhealthy how obsessed some of you fat itas are about wanting to make drama about me.

you literally cannot make this shit up.

laymao
I'M A SAINT GODDAMMIT

>> No.10777914

>>10777883
if it's been over a month file a paypal claim, otherwise just message them if it's been more than two weeks.

>> No.10777918

>>10777900
this saint shit has to be the cringiest bit about this whole thing.

>> No.10777930

>>10777900
Can this annoying ass tranny get banned already

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>>10777918
>>10777930

I'm not even as bad/annoying as you guys have exaggerated about me.

I do not behave like I do on here IRL, not one bit

>> No.10777958

>>10777943
I don't even believe you go to lolita meets in the first place, so why would anyone give a shit what you say about your IRL persona when it's this bad, online?

you seem like an incel troon forever alone type

>> No.10777995

Anyone have tips/resources/links on how to determine the age of old pieces? By tags or whatever else. Specifically struggling with some ETC stuff and miscellaneous I can't find any record of online.

>> No.10778002

>>10777995
Items labeled "Emily Temple" with a white on white tag and 1xx sizes are from the 90s or earlier. As for ETC stuff, the best you can do is familiarize yourself with the look of their identified older pieces or compare product numbers with other items. You'll probably need to create a spreadsheet for that, and monitor the second hand market for images

>> No.10778063

>>10778002
Thank you nonna, this helps! I think I'm in for more work than I thought with this lol

>> No.10778095

>>10777958
he's right about not being as cringe irl, but that's just because he's a shy fugly tranny.

>> No.10778104

Anyone know how long it takes to get your account verified on Lacemarket?
I've never used this site before to be honest, I emailed the mods about my account a couple of days ago but still no verification so I'm assuming it's probably a small team. No worries, but I don't want the thing I want to get bought before my account even gets verified haha.

>> No.10778126

>>10778104
Try messaging them on facebook

>> No.10778208

Anyone have recs for a Korean SS? Looking to buy some normie Korean designer clothes but I dont think the brand ships internationally

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>>10775882
How do you get the wrinkles out of a ruffle trim? specifically in vm and mm dresses, picrel. i've tried stand steaming, and it doesn't work because the material is a little too heavy/tough to release. Hand ironing is hard because i'd have to do individual plats, but that would make it look too crisp instead of flowy.

someone mentioned using a slow release spray water bottle to slightly dampen the ends, and then using a blow drier on medium high while holding it taught, but i feel like it could damage it?

>> No.10778266

>>10777827
>>10777828
NAYRT but thanks for the tips. In your opinion, what to look out for in a bad cutsew? What mistakes do you see that make you cringe?

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Anyone have tips on where to look for a midi length low profile petticoat? Looking to use it in otome and general outfits for a bit of a sillouette but still being fairly normie-passing

>> No.10778312

>>10778231
dampen with water then use the steamer.

>> No.10778323

Two for the thread:

1. In Closet Child's "Payment" section at the bottom of the site, they say they have 'installment payment' available. Is it available to overseas customers, and how do I request paying that way?

2. Would it be a bad idea to try and build a coord based around miko/shrine maidens? I do like the design elements and the red/white color scheme, but I know wa lolita is a tough one to get right. I also feel like SJW types will hop on the cultural appropriation part, but that's a bridge I'll cross/burn when I get there.

>> No.10778324

>>10778323
The shrine maiden thing would be pretty cringe. One of the only whiteys I've seen actually be able to pull off wa is mysterious_condiments

>> No.10778328

>>10778323
>'installment payment' available.
I believe this is just a standard credit card option in Japan. Their credit cards give you the option of installments. Foreign credit cards can't do the same thing.

>> No.10778333

>>10778323
The installment payments aren't under the "Overseas" section so I'm assuming it's a Japanese credit card thing. You can use PayPal's 'Pay in 4' if you wanted to use a payment plan, but you work directly with PayPal, not CC.

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