Kiri is a gifted young hairstylist who takes great pleasure in anonymously using her talents to add a ‘little magic' to an ordinary girl's life. On the flipside, a group of three boys called the Scissors Project have an entirely different mindset: they give grand makeovers to a select group of handpicked girls who are beautiful to begin with. Kiri is quite content with staying out of the public eye, though with the Scissors Project's leader Narumi refusing to stand aside and give up his makeover throne, it seems that she won't be able to stay out of the spotlight for long. With challenges being thrown at her whenever there's a chance, Kiri finds that she cannot resist responding to the world of hairstyling.
Tokimeki Gakuen Oujigumi and Beauty Pop are both shoujo manga that involve male characters that are obviously similar. Each of the main three guys in Beauty Pop are covered with the 'prince' stereotypes highlighted in Tokimeki Gakuen Oujimi. If you liked one, you should like the other.
Koizumi Risa is very tall, and Otani Atsushi is very short; thrust together into the same class in high school, they rapidly develop a natural conflict, constantly picking at each other in a friendly way to the great amusement of teachers and classmates. Yet as time goes by, they both realize that what they feel for each other isn't friendly rivalry, but love. How will they overcome the difficulties that this new relationship poses, without losing their friendship?
Lovely Complex and Tokimeki Gakuen Oujimaji were done by the same mangaka. They're both shoujo, but they do differ. I'm recommending them because the humor that was prevelant in Love Com is similar to that found in Tokimeki, though it's avenued in new ways since the characters are different.
Ouran High School is a prestigious private academy where money and status count for everything. Haruhi Fujioka is a scholarship student at the elite school, and is appalled by the lazy attitude of the rich and powerful students towards their studies. The Host Club is a clear example of this: a group of six attractive and wealthy boys spend their time entertaining the female pupils for a profit. When Haruhi accidentally breaks a ¥8,000,000 vase belonging to the club, they force her to work off her debt as one of the club's members; and to do so, she must masquerade as a boy! Can Haruhi keep her gender a secret from the club's exclusive clients?
Tokimeki Gakuen Oujigumi and Ouran are both shoujo manga that involve male characters that are really similar. Each of the main three guys in Ouran are covered with the 'prince' stereotypes highlighted in Tokimeki Gakuen Oujimi. If you liked one, you should like the other. The big difference, though, is that Tokimeki Gakuen Oujigumi is a series of one shots and not a reverse harem like Ouran.