Charlotte,18, and Lucy, 19, are goths from Gloucestershire.
Their style is heavily influenced from their love for music. Charlotte says: "My style comes from my dad. He loves The Cure, I've got their frontman Robert Smith on my leg (below). I was raised on this music and it's why I named after a Cure song called 'Charlotte Sometimes'".
The artists on top of their playlists include Bauhaus, The Cure and Marilyn Manson, Melanie Martinez and Years & Years.
"Charlotte is more of a traditional goth, whereas I'm more of a glam goth - I wear short skirts and a bit of colour. The make-up ties it all together, especially when it's really exaggerated", says Lucy.
Piercings are an important part of the overall look as well as the clothes they choose to wear - the girls shop in high street stores H&M, Primark and Topshop or websites Dolls Kill, Black Craft and Killstar.
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