A type of subculture in parts of Japan, consisting of women who bleach their hair light blonde, wear platform shoes, short skirts and lots of bright colors, regularly visit tanning salons, and apply makeup to darken their faces. The word literally means "blackened face" in Japanese. Guangurro often bear a resemblence to Marsha Braidy, from the 1970's sitcom the Brady Bunch. Simmilar in some ways to kogal in that they are most often somewhat conservative.
Last time Timmy was in Tokyo, he saw a Guangurro and took a picture.
by Alan May 09, 2004