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Sanriocore

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Sanriocore is an aesthetic centered around Sanrio Co., Ltd.(株式会社サンリオ) a Japanese company created by Shintaro Tsuji that sells cute (or Kawaii) Japanese merchandise. Sanrio's most popular icon, Hello Kitty, has become one of the world's best-selling brands. Sanriocore focuses on the more popular Sanrio characters such as:

  • Hello Kitty
  • Pompompurin
  • My Melody
  • Kuromi
  • Little Twin Stars
  • Cinnamoroll
  • Wish Me Mell
  • Pochacco
  • Tuxedosam
  • My Sweet Piano
  • Gudetama

Visual

Sanriocore crosses over into multiple aesthetics such as Traumacore (the aesthetic can be used as a form of vent art in this case) but is closely related to Kidcore and Softie. It focuses on a gentle, childlike innocence and nature, accompanied by the cute Sanrio merch and characters.

  • Sanrio stickers
  • Pastel filters
  • Cherry blossoms
  • Sparkles
  • Rounded fonts
  • Speech bubbles
  • Pixelart
  • Desserts
  • Candy
  • Plushies

Fashion & Makeup

Sanriocore fashion pulls some elements from Pastel Goth, Yanderecore, Softie, and Larme Kei. Some fashion in this aesthetic can include:

  • Animal ear hairbands
  • Bow clips
  • Face stickers
  • Heavy blush
  • Bandaids
  • Sanrio print tops
  • Character-themed lolita outfits
  • Pastel sailor uniforms
  • Garters
  • Lace ankle socks
  • Loose socks
  • Platform shoes (mary janes, creepers)
  • Plush slippers
  • Small backpacks
  • Character goods (plushies, badges, etc)

Neutral looks with heavy blush can be seen, as well as pink, glittery eyeshadow with fake lashes. Pink lips or lip gloss with/without glitter seem popular as well. Nails tend to have heavy Sanrio deco.

Resources

External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.

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