Although a truly gifted hairstylist, Kiri Koshiba has no interest in using her talent to pursue fame and fortune, unlike the three popular boys in the "Scissors Project" at school. Determined to become the best makeover team in Japan, they give showy makeovers to handpicked girls. As much as Kiri tries to shy away from the Scissors Project spotlight, she finds herself responding to beauty's call...
Volume 2: Dream Come True
Volume 3: Teen Drop
Volume 7: Twisted Typhoon, I Want to Be a Prince
Volume 10: Shampoo's Concern, Hysteric Heart, Daily Life in the Narumi Family
I found Beauty Pop to be enjoyable. My favorite genre is rom-com and although I can say that Beauty Pop had both of these things in it was a bit skimpy on romance. If you like to laugh and don't enjoy up front romance this manga is for you. I am not saying that the romance is non-existent it just not the main influence. Overall though the story is interesting with likable characters that don't really get on your nerves. Its art work is pretty good and the story is descent. It really lacks in the pacing. It goes from kind of slow to really
energetic in the blink of an eye. Some story arcs you want more details about and it just moves on leaving behind some answers. It also stays on some story arcs a little longer than necessary. I highly recommend checking it out though despite the pacing because the comedy more than makes up for it.
Story 10/10 \ \ \٩(｡•ㅅ•｡)و/ / /
Why? Because the story traps you, more if you love shoujo manga. A boy who wants to be the best stylist of the word, the protagonist a genius stylist with a tragic past, but even so she go to the path she choose.
Art 10/10 \ \ \٩(｡•ㅅ•｡)و/ / /
A very original art and lovely for the series.
Character 10/10 \ \ \٩(｡•ㅅ•｡)و/ / /
All are lovely (yup I love that word) and nothing annoying or heavy.
Enjoyment 10/10 \ \ \٩(｡•ㅅ•｡)و/ / /
All the chapters were like, I wonder what Kiri-chan is going to do now,
so yup 10.
Overalll 10/10 \ \ \٩(｡•ㅅ•｡)و/ / /
If you like shoujo and unique characters (not the apathetic and dramatic we are accustomed to) you will surely like this manga.
Beauty Pop is a lovely story with fantastic characters!
The story wasn't to complicated and it was easy to follow but only enjoyable to read, and the characters are all well drawn and got their own (incredably cute) personality. Yes, the story in the beginning wasn't all my cup of tea, but the more I read the more I fell in love with the humor and the characters.
The art overall maybe isn't all that outstanding, but allthough it was sometimes a little plain the drawing style is cute and wery sutable towards the story.
I'm surprised that this comic isn't among the most popular ones. It's a beautiful storyline and makes me laugh, cry, scream, and worry.
It's about a girl named Kiri who is a very amazing hairstylist but she doesn't want to be in the beginning. She's far from being a Mary Sue because she has her flaws, which are a very limited emotional range, and if you ask Narumi, the main guy, she's not even a girl.
Narumi on the other hand is a gifted hairstylist, nowhere near Kiri's talent, and he plans to be the number one hairstylist in Japan. This boy has a very
wide emotional range, as I have yet to find a part where he is not freaking out about something. He's allergic to girls (Which is very funny to me) and he's a little bit of a jerk.
I laugh at all the relationships Kiri has, one being a little girl who thinks Kiri's her prince, another is a boy obsessed with Kiri because he's obsessed with her mother, a make up artist who was best friends with Narumi, another great hairstylist who's been through a rough time, and last but not least, Narumi.
I loved the way that Kiri helped people, Narumi and other hairstylists all chose people that were beautiful to make beautiful, she always went with the people that needed it the most.
I'm hooked on Beauty Pop for it's comedy, storyline, art, characters, romance, everything in it pretty much. It's an awesome comic that I hope you love.