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Udoli means "Doll" in Zulu

Udoli is a person who is of African or black decent who enjoys making them self up to look like dolls and have an appreciation for the Asian pop culture. They draw inspiration from their favorite styles and give it a twist to make them thier own and set them apart.

They are four different styles of Udoli(Bachiko,Amahle,Mandla,lulamtoti). Each grasping a different style of a dolls apearence. Each group has a name for girls that follow that certrain style under the age of 16.

Abasha is for girls under 16 that follow Mandla
Itshitshi is for girls under 16 that follow Bachiko
Intombi is for girls under 16 that follow Amahle
Sha Usisi is for girls under 16 that follow lulmtoti

Many Udoli girls Embrace thier African culture to some extent. This may include taking pictures with stuffed african animals such as lions or cheetahs or zebras, Or wearing african beading.

The majority of thier words come from the Zulu language.
Bachiko
A more extreme form of Udoli for those uphold the idea of a wealthy Appearance . They often use bronzer in order to add a natural glow to their skin. They also have very dollie looking eyes. They draw inspiration from Gyaru, more specifically the Hime gyaru, Hime-Kaji, and Onee Gal styles.

Amahle
Is very sweet. These girls believe in looking like doll to the very letter. The draw the most inspiration from Ulzzang style, and most likely wear circle lenses to appear doll like. The makeup is usually very subtle on a daily bases. They also draw inspiration from Lolita styles, as well as Hime-kaji and slight hints of Decora. They love anything cute.

Mandla
An edgier Udoli, and draw the least inspiration from Ulzzang, they love music and draw most of their inspiration, from Visual Kei and Punk Lolita styles. They love using leather or metal in their outfits. Makeup tends to be dark and sometimes a little heavy

Lulamtoti
An Udoli that has a very simple and sweet style, they are more laid back with their fashion yet still retain the look of a doll. The follow the Ulzzang style more closely than the Amahle. They accent their styles with elegant little hints of jewelry and look their best. Makeup is very simple and usually takes little time to do
by Satou June 04, 2009