I once saw a Japanese documentary, in which I interviewed a woman. The interviewer asked her why she liked Cosplay. She wears a pair of heavy glasses and says shyly, "When I wear these clothes, I can feel a new self, and I feel as if I have great power". When the camera turns into the image after her makeup changes, compared with coser, a beautiful woman surrounded by people next to her, she is really not "beautiful" in the universal sense, and even goes against clothes. But I'm still touched, because girls' self-confidence after cross-dressing is too dazzling. Who can define the standard of Cosplay? She is good-looking and playable, but can't you be ugly? The bright smile on the girl's face already has the answer.
At the top of the list are high-quality super coser and more exposed meat. However, there are some strange Cosplay among them, and you will find yourself entering a brand-new world called strange fun when you click on it in a confused way. Please believe that without face and money, creativity can also make ordinary coser overtake in corners among masters.