The darker color of the skin tones Japan’s japaneses, which has long been known as the dark peach complexion, is now being popular with women in Japan.
Some Japanese men have taken to wearing the dark-peaciness as a symbol of masculinity, while others say it reflects their femininity.
“I want to show people that I am a beautiful person.
And to make people think that, ‘Hey, I am also a beautiful woman,'” said Shinsuke Ueda, a fashion designer in Tokyo who wears the darker skin tones to show her gender and her Japanese heritage.
“My daughter is a girl who is beautiful, so I want to be the symbol of beauty for her.”
He has been photographed wearing the darker shade of skin in the past.
“If a man looks dark, it’s a sign of his masculinity, so it’s definitely not an expression of femininity,” Ueda said.
While darker-skinned women are increasingly popular, there are also some who say they are simply trying to express their own individuality. “
It’s a representation of who she is.”
While darker-skinned women are increasingly popular, there are also some who say they are simply trying to express their own individuality.
In the case of Ueda and others, the darker-pale complexion is not always as a signal of feminization.
“As Japanese women, we can look our best with dark skin tones and not necessarily feel the need to express it,” said Yasuo Matsuzawa, a professor at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Business.
“Even if we wear a mask or a hat, we need to show our individuality.”
Matsuzamori said the darker tones can be interpreted as being a form of pride, not a sign that a person is a woman.
“When we wear masks, we wear it to show that we are women,” he said.
While Ueda doesn’t have a mask, he said that his dark-tone looks are not about making him a “masculine” person.
“We don’t have to wear a dark-tinted mask to be feminine.
I want women to see that we have a different kind of personality than men,” he added.
In a similar vein, Matsuzami said it’s not always about expressing femininity, but about expressing your own personality.
“In a society where gender is not important, there is no need to dress up in a dress and go out,” he explained.
“Instead, we want to express our individuality and be more than just a woman.”