Chararit (チャラリート Chararīto?) is one of the employees of Cryasse Corporation, where he work as a chief clerk of the Azababu branch office.
- Season:Hugtto! Pretty Cure
- Eyes Color:Blue
- Hair Color:Blonde
- Homeland:Cryasse Corporation (Formerly), Hakugumi (Currently)
- First Appearance:Episode 1
- Theme Color:Yellow
- Voice Actor:Fukushi Ochiai
In episode 1 he was eager to take on the job of looking for the White Mirai Crystal. When he ran into first Cure Yell and later Cure Ange too, he withheld this information, and his failures to defeat them, from his superiors. In episode 3 Lulu helped him to track down the Cures with some data analysis. That didn't give better results though, and in episode 5 it was revealed that Lulu had told the management about his failures. When Restore was about to punish Chararit, he pleaded for one last chance, saying he had a backup plan. President Cry appeared to say he trusted Chararit's words, and Restore gave him the last chance he asked for. Although he was able to make a formidable Oshimaida from Homare's despair, he was still defeated when Homare's wish to fly again turned out to be stronger.
When Chararit returned to the Cryasse office in episode 6, he found that his desk had been removed and put into storage.
He was forcefully turn into a gigantic Oshimaida-like monster to defeat the Cures as a final chance to prove himself to the Cryasse Corporation but only to be purified by the Trinity Concert. He is seen briefly in episode 12 on a YouTube-like video a woman is watching on her phone.
A good-looking young man with messy bleached blond hair and light brown skin. He wears white shoes, grey sweatpants, and a sleeveless black shirt with a yellow vest over it. He also wears a gold necklace and a gold bracelet.
He calls forth a victim's Prickly Powerer with the words "Hope for tomorrow, begone! Negative Wave!" (明日への希望よ消えろう!ネガティヴウェーヴ! Asu e no kibō yo kierou! Negatibu Uēbu!?). He can then turn this power into an Oshimaida with the words "I'm ordering you! Oshimaida!" (はっちゅう!オシマイダー! Hacchū! Oshimaidā!?).
The "chara" in his name comes from ちゃらちゃら (charachara jingling, messing around, flashy?). The slang abbreviation ちゃら男 (charao?) describes a guy like him.