First of all, that's a very nice cosplay! you really are into your character !
The idea of Ayane biting the edge of a shuriken with a thoughful face, like she were wondering if you were worth to be killed by it, is awesome, and very appropriated to her: Knowing her story I can almost imagine Kasumi defeated on the ground before Ayane as she would take her time and enjoy her revenge!
I also like the outfits you wear, because they look exactly like the ones she wears in the game ! except for the ribbon which is actually red , but this is good because we don't see it that much, and it's not that disturbing on this picture ^^
your hearcut is a little long compared to the original, she has shorter hair, but color is great the shiny hair bothered me a little at first ,but I looked on others cosplays you did of her, it's seems to be the flash that make them look so shiny on this picture . The eyelashes are maybe a little too blue, but it adds some contrast with the red makeup of your eyelids , I think that's very cool and adds charm to the overall !
The overall is very pleasant to the eyes, as you are a beautiful woman and you respect the spirit of the character you cosplayed !
Hey, I really like your cosplay, ok, let's get started.
First of all, I think Ayane is pretty much open to interpretation, but I do have to say this is actually the closest I have seen to her, this looks the most like Ayane than other cosplays I've seen, and in my opinion, the best.
The hair looks good, and again, this is my opinion, it looks just like Ayane, so, I think you did a great job on the hair.
The outfit looks great too, it reminds me of her outfit from DOA 2, I still love that game, and you do justice to it, great job.
The shuriken is a very nice touch, makes you look innocent, but also deadly, just like Ayane.
Now, in my opinion, this is the best cosplay I have seen of Ayane, and I absolutely love it, hope you do more of her and keep up the fantastic work, have an awesome day.
The face that launched a thousand ships is a figure of speech that stands for Helen of Troy.
Helen of Troy (formerly of Sparta) was so beautiful that Greek men went to Troy and fought the Trojan War to win Helen back from Paris. The thousand ships refer to the Greek troops that set sail from Aulis to Troy where the Trojan prince Paris had taken Menelaus' wife, Helen.