The Loop (TV)
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Basic Trope: An eerie character with dark hair and pale skin.
- Straight: Elvira, the eerie girl, has black hair and extremely fair skin, providing visual contrast.
- Exaggerated: Elvira has Shiny Midnight Black hair, no colour to her skin at all, and haggard, sunken eyes.
- Elvira is allergic to light or simply doesn't tan.
- Alternately, she's a Hikikomori.
- Or anemic.
- Inverted: Darkskinned Blonde.
- Double Subverted:
- But the makeup is to enhance her naturally fair skin tone, and her hair is dark brown rather than black.
- Under her Perky Goth exterior, though, Elvira's got a lot of dark secrets she's hiding.
- Parodied: Every time Elvira meets new people, they are horrified and think she's a ghost or a vampire.
- Deconstructed: ???
- Reconstructed: ???
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Elvira doesn't have dark hair or pale skin.
- Enforced: "We need to make our Strange Girl look creepy. That black-hair-and-pale-skin combo always works."
- Lampshaded: Elvira's friend Bob says, "Elvira, you look like a vampire. It's really kinda creepy."
- Invoked: Elvira is a Goth and deliberately goes for this look.
- Defied: Elvira doesn't want to creep people out, so she dyes her hair blonde and visits the beach regularly.
- Discussed: 'Man, look at that chick there. It's creepy how pale her skin is next to her black hair, isn't it?'
- Conversed: "Elvira, don't you know that if you were an anime character, you'd be the creepy girl who ends up murdering her friends? That's why people keep avoiding you."
- Exploited: Elvira deliberately goes for this look because looking eerie helps her manipulate others.
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