Yeah, your grandma is cool, but does she have a YouTube channel with over 290,000 subscribers?
Shiseido tracks Japanese makeup movements through the decades.
The comedian known as “Japan’s Beyonce” reveals embarrassing details we can all relate to in her debut video for Vogue.
The stunning porcelain doll lookalike shares the secrets behind her amazing appearance.
Many fans say anime isn’t for little kids, but this cosplay solution makes use of something that is.
“Sword of rouge” sounds like a fantasy weapon, but it’s an actual part of this makeup collection inspired by the hit Clamp anime.
The app that digitally removes makeup has some some funny, and frightening, results.
The only problem is deciding which design to choose from the beautiful new collection.
Extra-stylish Pikachu and starter Pokémon adorn compacts, water bottles, and snacks.
From Sailor Mercury to Sailor Pluto and even Chibiusa, you’ll be dazzled by these heroines.
The staff at this cafe are dedicated to promoting the concept of natural beauty and spreading the no-makeup trend around Japan.
Contouring makeup techniques employed in product that’s billed as just the thing for warm-weather fashion.
Chanel is hosting a limited-time cafe in Ometesando, but you won’t just be ordering coffee here.
New product promises the look of “a shining idol singer.”
You’ve seen Sailor Moon transformed by the magic of Moon Prism Power, but now the series has collaborated with Shiseido to create real makeup that girls can actually use!
Manufacturer combines hot new makeup trend with cool tie-in to the anime/video game franchise.
No amount of Nivea cream can cover up the high levels of adorableness here.
Followers seem more impressed by his armpit hair than they are by the dramatic change of look.
There’s even a surprise appearance by an apple-pen.
Is it too early to start making a Christmas wish list?