Girlie Curly Long (TM: 名媛風捲髮 (Míng Yuàn Fēng Juǎn Fà)/JP: たてまきガーリーヘア Tatemaki Girly Hair) is one of Hair & Makeup Cards that were introduced in 2004 Fall-Winter Collection/Version 1. It was taken out of the main roster from 2007 Spring Sakura Collection/Version 10 onwards but returns back in Best Collection being in the 8th rank and in Finale Collection as one of the trump cards where the joker/wild card of clubs lies.
Before the public opening of the game, it was one of the Sparkling Location Test Cards.
After the cease of Oshare Majo and Version 12 finished circulation, Girlie Curly Long returns into the main roster starting Version 13 Classic (Which was the re-release/remake of Version 1).
The card takes an appearance of a pair of twisted curled pigtails almost touching the shoulders with short fringe/bangs on the front. As of the makeup, it consists of a pinkish eyeshadow, eyeliner, and lip gloss.
- 2004 Autumn-Winter Collection (debut)
- 2005 Spring-Summer Collection
- 2005 Autumn Collection
- 2005 Winter Collection
- 2006 Spring Collection
- 2006 Summer Collection
- 2006 Autumn Collection
- 2006 Winter Collection
- Best Collection
- Finale Collection
- Version 1/13 Classic (First Collection) (debut)
- Version 2/14 Classic (First Collection)
- Version 3/15 Classic (Second Collection)
- Version 4/16 Classic (Second Collection)
- Version 5/17 Classic (Second Collection)
- Version 6/18 Classic (Third Collection)
- Version 7/19 Classic (Third Collection)
- Version 8/20 Classic (Fourth Collection)
- Version 9/21 Classic (Fourth Collection)
To be added
Tatemaki (たてまき): たてまき refers to 縦巻き, which means longitudinal winding or curling (e.g. hair). It's also used to describe Ringlets/Sausage Curls, based on the meanings (たて meaning weaving and まき meaning to coil).
Gārī (ガーリー): The Japanese Katakana transliteration of the English word Girly, which complements the previous word by describing the style.
Hea (ヘア): The Japanese Katakana transliteration of the English word Hair.
Míng Yuàn Fēng (名媛風): 名媛 refers to a lady with wide reputation or a female celebrity, and 風 is attached to the former to mean Style. This is presumably a hint to its stage chemistry (either seaside stage or idol stage).
Juǎn Fà (捲髮): The term can either mean Curly or Wavy hair, as 捲 means Curl and both of the meanings have curly features in the hairstyle. This describes the hairstyle.
Girlie Curly Long: Girlie is an alternative form of Girly, and Curly Long is probably a more general-like way to describe たてまき better.
- According to the Best Collection numbering, this was the 8th most popular card around that time.
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