Girl gets in trouble for body art cosplay

07 December 2017 Girl gets in trouble for body art cosplay

Previously, we wrote about a talented Canadian artist, who became famous for her cosplays created with the help of body art.

Recently, Russian Internet was stirred up by a series of angry articles about the "breast exposing streamer". Russian publications went nuts over the fact that she managed to bypass Twitch censorship with such indecency. They say that this girl with the nickname djarii applied paint to the bare skin of her own bosom in order make some money off of showing her breasts.

But in fact, if you deal with your own shyness (which authors of the scandalous publications apparently could not do) and look at the mentioned body part in the clip, you can immediately see that under the paint she used latex or similar material pads to hide the most intimate parts.

And if you not only look at the girl’s beautiful curves but also try to appreciate her entire image, it becomes obvious that the streamer makes very high quality body art cosplay. The djarii channel has parts of the live broadcasts, where she paints on her body images of Sylvanas Windrunner and Tyrande Whisperwind from World of Warcraft universe and Nova Terra agent from StarCraft.

We recommend you to look at examples of her cosplay: it's art, not pornography. Also, djarii channel has a lot of PUBG stream records, which she does in regular clothes.

 

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