If you're already making your holiday beauty wish list, you'll want to add the Shu Uemura x Takashi Murakami Collection to the top. Mirroring Japanese artist Takashi Murakami's famous art, this limited-edition holiday collaboration captures Murakami's cosmic and imaginative style and translates it into a 25-piece beauty collection that you'll want to snag before it's too late. Murakami may be known for his fusion of colors and Tokyo pop culture into his art, but he is bringing his inspiration to beauty, and the cosmic look will be perfect for a dash of color this winter.
Murakami's makeup designs are not only filled with eye-popping beauty products, but its packaging is just as pretty thanks to Murakami's most iconic motif, the flower, which to him represents love, hope, peace, and the pulse of poetry and magic in this world. The collection not only includes hair, face, and makeup products but a few accessories that you'll need to complete you holiday beauty haul.
The collection already launched on Oct. 1, so now you have plenty of time to stock up on your favorites for the perfect gift before the holidays. To shop all of the eye-catching products, you can find them at shuuemura-usa.com.
Here are some of my top picks:
1. Clarifying Cleansing Oil
Infused with moringa and green tea extract, this cleanser will eliminate extra skin pollutants that lead to aging.
2. Blossom-Nova Eye Trio
With both a warm and a cool palette option, this eyeshadow trio includes two matte shades and a glitter shade.
3. Cosmic Blossom Eye & Cheek Palette
Define your eyes and your cheeks with seven shades inspired by Murakami's art.
4. Rouge Unlimited
You can find the perfect lip color for you because She Uemura's unlimited sheer shine rouge lipstick comes in five different shades, ranging from peachy orange to a mauve pink.
5. Cosmic Black Premium Curler
Not only does the Shu Uemura x Takashi Murakami limited edition holiday collection include an eyelash curler, but it also offers other accessories like a brush set and a beauty station makeup box.
Images: Courtesy of Shu Uemura (6)