If you are a loyal fan of Anime Naruto, then a young pink-haired girl would never be strange to you. Yeah, she is the female lead in the Naruto– Shippuden Haruno or somebody just call her Sakura. Among the Naruto readers, Shippuden Haruno is very popular and occupy a high position in some opinion polls. So wearing the Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura Cosplay Costume is always the right choice for you cause it will make you popular easily. If you are interested in making Sakura Cosplay by yourself, here is the easiest Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY Tutorial just for you.

This tutorial covers her outfit for Part 1, a red qipao dress and shorts appropriate for ninja training, and also her shoes and accessories. For now, on to the tutorial.

Shippuden Haruno Sakura HAIR

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Sakura Haruno has a distinct pink or cherry blossom hair.  During the pre-time skip, it was longer however now it is a shorter length and her bangs are covered with her hairband.  You can buy a pink wig anywhere at a low price and try to cut it in proper length. As the hair is done, you would find yourself quite look like Sakura Haruno already. Don’t forget to add the Hidden Leaf headband for the details.

Shippuden Haruno Sakura TOP

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Sakura Haruno Post Shinobi War has a look very similar to her Part I clothing and fashion style, however, it was modified to keep her womanly figure.  Sakura wears a sleeveless red qipao dress that reaches her upper thighs, with white trimmings and white circular design on the back similar to her Part I attire; it is tied with a black obi. Because buying full cosplay outfits can be expensive if not discounted, DIYs make perfect excuses to try something new. Buy a form-fitting red Cheongsamnam.  Cut it to the desired length you want and then add the white lining to the outfit.  Add the black obi which you can buy anywhere and there is your new top!

Shippuden Haruno Sakura PANTS

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Sakura Haruno has a very plain black biker short.  Because these are basics, you should be able to find them easily. Just make sure they are comfortable and easy to walk in.

Shippuden Haruno Sakura SHOES

Naruto Shippuden Haruno Sakura DIY

Being a ninja is tough, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be pretty while doing it! Sakura wears an interesting type of shoes. This pair of shoes is an open toe ninja shoe with a kitty heel.  Unfortunately there are not many open toe ninja heels, however, we can make a DIY version. Simple buy a pair of Tabi boots a size bigger and cut the front part where your toes go.  Then cut a hole where the heel is supposed to go. Take your kitty heels and insert them into the Tabi boots and you got it!


Now that the majority of the outfit is done, all you need is some finishing touches to make the character pop. Get some green circle lenses/contacts to match Sakura and don’t forget her seal on her forehead. Get your favorite black gloves and add some extra pink fabric on your forearm and knees.  Add the kunai pouch on her bandages and you are done!

See, it’s easy, right? Just enjoy your Sakura Cosplay Costume and use your super strength to destroy the competition.

If you want to get a Sakura Haruno cosplay costume even more easily, you can buy one, and you need to choose a reliable place to do the purchasing. Here I recommend XCOOS to you. And you can see the costume from XCOOS is really exquisite made.

The brief concept of the Sakura Women Cosplay Costume makes it combine of only red and white, but it’s enough to show the enthusiasm and purity of the character. Besides, the bifurcation around the thigh shows women’s curve inadvertently, which is definitely helping you stole the heart of gentlemen. This high-quality Sakura Women Cosplay Costume Accessories Red includes Dress, shorts, forehead protector, leg bag and leggings. You can get the whole set with one buy!

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