The male counterpart to gyaru. While the term originated from the styles reported on by fashion magazine Men's Egg, it has since gone on to become a moniker for the youth subculture that wore it.
Like their female counterparts, typical gyaruo attire comes in different flavors. The most common depictions have tans or dark skin, blonde hair, or some sort of loose fashion. However, not everyone who is tan or blond may be part of the gyaruo subculture.
Also spelled as "gyaru-oh" or gal-o alternately. Due to their flashiness, 2010s japanese youth tend to associate them with the term "charao" (チャラ男).