Here’s another beauty product that appeals to your playful side!
Before-and-after profile shots show the different effects produced by small and medium sizes.
Why worry about surgery scars when you can just make(up) your worries away?
Tokyo finally has an actual store filled with beauty and fashion goods aimed at anime-loving adults!
Face off with two of the horror world’s most terrifying characters as they make you look both shocking and beautiful at the very same time.
Who needs the magic of the Windy card when you’ve got this handy grooming aid?
Spoiler alert: the words “small” and “skinny” come up A LOT.
How do you define beauty? If you live in Japan, the yardstick for doing so may look a little bit different…
Mathematical formula being used by young women in recent diet trend.
Whip up a homemade face pack with this Korean recipe that only requires two common ingredients you’ll find in many Asian kitchens: seaweed and milk.
Here are five of the best, high quality cosmetics that line the shelves at Japanese convenience stores, according to one of our Japanese reporters.
Japanese makeup aficionados are all about the eyes, but do they really make such a big difference to your look? Let’s see what Twitter says!
Experiments’ results found similar effects for men and women.
One of the most popular colours is called “Kotori Beige”, based on the character from Love Live!
Filipino impersonator Paolo Ballesteros works his make-up magic yet again, this time transforming himself into the ladies of Miss Universe.
The People’s Daily reports that graduates from a Quingdao-area school are encouraged to compete in a runway competition to net jobs as flight attendants or models.
Model Saya Kagawa takes the women’s crown, distracts everyone from a bunch of ripped dudes flexing in the background.
The last couple of years have been benchmark ones for Halloween in Japan. What was once a holiday marked mostly by the infrequent sighting of a handful of mildly embarrassed-looking, costumed foreigners on the Yamanote Line train has grown into a massive industry.
In fact, Halloween has become just as much a holiday about 20 and 30-somethings dressing up as sexy nurses, sexy zombies, sexy superheroes, and other sexy-choose-a-nouns as its American counterpart. But while those costumes were no doubt getting plenty of attention on Shibuya Crossing last night, the Japanese Internet had already decided the undisputed Queen of Halloween was this far more conservatively dressed “once-in-millenium beauty”.