Sironuri (白塗り) is a japanese form of make-up that is based on the traditional white face paint of geishas and stage actors.
As the term only refers to the make-up itself, any kind of style can be worn. Popular fashions among the wearers of this make-up are Goth, Lolita, Mori Kei, and Angura Kei. The make-up centers around wearing a white foundation and white powder that often also goes down the neck. Heavy black eyeliner is very common as well as decorative lashes. The lips are often reshaped in extreme styles, ranging from small hearts, no lip-look, to stitched up mouth corners.