In the world of beauty, there are endless possibilities for outfits. Whether you're a makeup artist or a hairdresser, there's no reason why you can't experiment with your look and find something that matches your personality while still being professional. Here are some different aesthetic looks that will help inspire you:
Pastel Goth is a fun and colorful look that combines elements of goth and pastel aesthetics while also drawing inspiration from the Victorian era. It's a great look for those who want to add some color to their wardrobe, but don't want to wear something too ostentatious or over-the-top.
If you're interested in this look, keep reading! We'll talk about what it entails, what looks good on you if you have certain features like pale skin or pink hair and how to pull off pastel goth without looking like a cartoon character.
The softie aesthetic is a style that focuses on soft colors, loose clothing and feminine accessories. The color palette is mostly pastel colors, such as baby pink, light blue or mint green. The clothing is loose and flowy, like a kimono dress or an oversized sweater over leggings. Accessories include delicate jewelry like pearl necklaces or dainty earrings—or even hair bows!
Egirl is a fashion aesthetic that combines elements of both grunge and goth. The egirls look typically consists of black lipstick, black nail polish, and dark-colored clothing such as jeans or leggings. They tend to wear lots of chains around their neck and wrists as well as studded belts. Egirls are often seen with tattooed skin; however, this is not always the case.
Egirls vary from pale to dark-skinned individuals who may be overweight or underweight depending on how they prefer to dress themselves up for the day!
Cottagecore is a style that combines the aesthetics of goth, country and Americana to create a look that is often associated with a love of nature, the outdoors and gardening. People who identify as cottagecore typically live in rural areas and enjoy being surrounded by nature. Because it's associated with living off-grid, cottagecore can be difficult to find in urban areas like New York City or Los Angeles—but there are still ways for city dwellers to embrace this look if they're willing to search for it.
Dark Academia is a fashionable look that combines elements of goth, steampunk and cyberpunk. In Dark Academia, you can wear anything from black to white to grey and the style will still be dark.
The dark aesthetic has been popular for many years, but it's currently experiencing a resurgence in popularity with young people. The style is inspired by the dark side of academia—especially horror movies about college students. Generally speaking, this aesthetic incorporates shades of black, grey and white into everything from clothing to makeup to accessories such as jewelry and handbags.
Grunge is a style of fashion and music that emerged during the early 1990s, derived from punk rock. The subculture was defined by its flannel shirts, plaid and ripped jeans, as well as its focus on angst. Grunge fashion often features dark colors such as black or grey (with white being the most common alternative), with loose-fitting clothing that's more comfortable than stylish.
What sets grunge apart from other styles like goth or emo is its emphasis on comfort over appearance; while many people dressed up very nicely in this style (elegant dresses paired with combat boots), others just threw on whatever was clean at home without caring whether it matched at all!
Fairy Kei is a Japanese style of dress that originated in the early 2000s, and takes its inspiration from fantasy fashion. It's characterized by pastel colors, floral prints, and lots of accessories—think headbands, bows, lace and ruffles galore. This look is perfect for someone who wants to stand out from the crowd!
Kawaii is a Japanese word that means cute or adorable. It’s also the name of an aesthetic that has been popular in Japan since the late 1990s. Kawaii fashion is characterized by bright colors, pastel patterns and cuteness. It often emulates anime characters, manga (comic books) and video games.
Kawaii fashion is popular among teens who are into all things cute—especially those who want to look like their favorite pop stars! Many celebrities like Katy Perry wear this style, which makes it really popular with teens today.
Vaporwave is the music genre that started it all. It's a postmodern art movement, fashion style, subculture, cultural phenomenon and musical style.
The goal of vaporwave is to take everyday objects or sounds and transform them into something new through sampling techniques such as looping parts of songs into infinite loops. According to the chiangraitimes Vaporwave artists often use retro imagery from old commercials or video games as well as slowed-down samples of 80s pop songs to create their own unique sound which has been described as "aural comfort food."
Preppy / Prep Aesthetic
The Prep Aesthetic is one that's characterized by a preppy look. This style can be applied to both men and women, though it's typically worn by young people who are interested in dressing up (but not necessarily dressing to impress).
If you're already familiar with the term "preppy," then you know what it means: usually consisting of polos and khakis. You may also see lots of stripes, check patterns, and pastel colors in this look as well. In addition to these items of clothing being present within a prep aesthetic outfit; many times scarves or necklaces will be included as well too!
In conclusion, we hope this guide has helped you learn about the different ways people express their personal style. As always, keep in mind that these are just ten examples of many different aesthetic styles out there. Also remember that these are not set-in-stone categories; they’re just a way to describe what you see when looking at someone else’s outfit—and if your own style doesn’t fall into any one category perfectly then don’t worry about it! Just go with whatever makes you feel good and express yourself through your clothing choices!