[Makeup Tutorial] Shu Uemura Holiday Collection by Wong Kar Wai

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Director's chair to compliment the collection. How clever!

This is one of my more expensive palette, but I'm super happy with it. I bought it during my Hong Kong trip (Wong Kar Wai & Hong Kong, so memorable right?), but only decided to use now to celebrate the New Year.

The display in store.

Let's take a look at the eyeshadow palette first. The colours are vibrant and the eyeshadows are all so easy to apply!

In honor of Shu Uemura's founding principle "art is a way of life", shu uemura continues to strengthen the bond between art and beauty in its ongoing series of artist collaborations for the 2011 holiday collection. For the 2011 holiday season, shu uemura comes together with internationally renowned film
director Wong Kar Wai. Wong is an award-winning writer/director whose unique narrative and visual styles have touched audiences around the world and inspired a generation of filmmakers.

Wong Kar Wai is a 'master of colors', just like Mr. Shu Uemura.
Possessing a unique perspective on femininity, he has specialized in capturing the mystique of women. In collaboration with Wong Kar Wai, shu uemura introduces a holiday collection rich in emotions and atmosphere, with beautiful package decoration inspired by his special short film for shu uemura, "Mask". With his distinctive appreciation of femininity and his signature style that is both nostalgic and hip, this collection emphasizes timeless elegance and poetic tones, and takes the shu uemura look to a new dimension.

United through an incredible sense of color and eternal pursuit of beauty, Wong Kar Wai and shu uemura come together to create a fantasy world. Indulge in sensuous emotion, experience the essence of beauty, and boldly express your own passion this 2011 holiday season.
The cover is holographic. Check out the video below.

I would suggest this look for a party night out (especially if the theme is bling and blue water) or if you tone down the false eyelashes a little, you can definitely wear this to go with your elegant gown.

Wana learn how to achieve this look? Watch this video below...

Note: I've been editing this video since 1st Jan 2012 due to the limited size Youtube allows for uploading. So sorry if it seems a little choppy. Feel free to comment and ask me any questions if you don't understand any part?

Christina aka Huney


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