Each woman painted herself a different color: orange, pink, gray, yellow, aqua, purple, etc. Note that the black paint could inadvertently cause offense in the West because of the history of black face; however, that is not the intent here. This is no accident, because Miyako says that fashion style is also an influence. Ditto for video games, which are home to numerous ishoku-hada characters. While Phantasy Star Online 2 seems to be especially well suited for ishoku-hada, these colorful characters have existed for a long time in anime. Hollywood movies and American comic books have done the same in the West.
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