Shiseido is also all about fresh skin, which is why they are very proud of their Synchro Skin foundation. Their goal is to create a base makeup look that looks fresh, glowing, but not mask like. While Pinoys are somehow smitten with foundations too thick that they have a mask effect, Shiseido is all about giving a polished look still with the feel of real skin.
Here’s our makeup artist and her model after the look. Shiseido artists like to make looks that are not overdone. I know IG is all about crazy eyeliner, crazy eyeshadow, and of course crazily drawn eyebrows. But Shiseido is not really following trends. It doesn’t have to. It will not have survived over 150 years if all it did was to try and survive through each beauty trend to come its way. It has stayed put for all these years as a hallmark of timeless beauty because it continues to innovate with products that are classic but still with a relevance to today’s modern society.
Up close it looks so fresh! I was honestly inspired to try golden tones again because personally, I hate gold eyeshadows on me the most. I somehow just can’t make it work. But seeing how well it worked on the model made me want to try it again.
And corresponding baby samples!!!
They do have plenty of promotions pertaining to sample sized versions of popular lines such as Ibuki and Ultimune so be sure to watch out for them in stores!
Perhaps Cle De Peau will come when SK-II is ready to come. Or in other words, when the market is ready to embrace the two high end giants. But for now, consumers can also get their fix of Shiseido Future Solution LX in baby sizes, too!
And may I just end this post by talking about how pretty this lipstick is?! I am alwaaaays automatically in love with rosy coral pinks, and I automatically like this one. This is RD305.