Shu Uemura revolutionized the makeup industry adding a supernatural flair to all beauty collections. This time beauty bunnies have the chance to pamper their cravings for unique accessories with a set of amazing false lashes.
The Shu Uemura Tokyo Lash Bar 2011 collection will turn every fashionista into a real fairy and can flaunt your aspiration to become a real trendsetter during the season. As international artistic director of Shu Uemura, Kakuyasu Uchiide claims: “Vitality is the key word for ethnocolor-scope. I wanted to create a warm, pulsating beauty, evoking the richness of human life through the theme of this collection: the intricate decoration of exquisite handicrafts. At the same time, I also wanted to give it an urban look.”
These party perfect lashes will definitely banish monotony and inject a modern twist into your appearance. Immortalize your glimpse with a pair of these eye-popping lashes decorated with beads and feathers along with threads.
Thanks to the easy-to-wear quality of these lashes you’ll have the chance to apply them without any pro beauty skills. The complete line will be available at the local stores in July 2011. Wow your friends with these glam accessories and launch a real craze among your co-style kittens. The selection you can choose from includes:
Ethnic Charm The lashes are decorated with beads drenched in orange, green and yellow shades.
Green Folklore The breezy allure these lashes radiate will prove to be your best friend to crown your look for a party event. The green-feather designs turn these lashes into statement accessories.
Tribal Patch Patchwork was the real inspiration behind the creation of these lashes. The vibrant shades give a more supernatural to these lovely false lashes.
Oriental Arch Asian culture is uber-versatile and fascinating. Emphasize your fondness for oriental beauty with this colorful lash design.
Mini Violet The purple threads and the hyper-flirty floral detail give these lashes a fabulous dainty flair. Wear them to make sure you attract immediate attention.
Image courtesy of Shu Uemura