My hero academia It's a world mostly focused on Izuku Midoriya and his rival Katsuki Bakugo, but that doesn't mean Kohei Horikoshi hasn't given room to other characters either. Among these is Tsuyu Asui, Deku's classmate and the other protagonists.

The girl with the characteristics of a Japanese frog was one of the first to befriend the protagonist of My Hero Academia after the Union of Villains attacked the Yuei training ground. In her heroine version Tsuyu shows himself in a very elastic green-black dress, with some straps and belts containing items that can be useful in different situations.

Cosplayer Amanda Amy started into the world of My Hero Academia and tried to replicate that version of Tsuyu. Obviously, there are several difficulties in preparing one Tsuyu Asui Cosplayand with the photos he uploaded on Instagram, he also decided to show us a little preparation phase. As fans of My Hero Academia know, Tsuyu has very, very long black hair, so just before the photo She was given help to make her appear stiffer in the air. You can take a look at this finding below.

We also point out the Tsuyu cosplay by KendelB and the double cosplay with Uraraka.

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Eu semper gosto de testar esses efeitos de cabelo voando 😆 mas dá um trabalho reach acertar ... cada batida de foto sai de um jeito engraçado diferente 🤣 dá próxima vez salvo todas as tentativas! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I always like to try these "flyaway hair" effects - but it takes a lot of work to get it right ... each shoot comes out with a different fun hair - the next Time I'll save all of our attempts! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷 (and jogadores de cabelos): @nkconecta Bodysuit by @brandonogilberto ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ b #bokunoheroacademia #bokunoheroacademiacosplay #bnha #myheroacademia # myheroacademiacosplay #tsuyuasui #tsuyu #tsuyucosplay # froppy #froppycosplay #cosplay #cosplaygirl #cosplayofinstagram #cosplayoftheday #propmaker #brandongilberto

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