In now days, there are so many choices for skincare and make up. There are old brands with a new collection for every season or collaboration with celebrities, and there are new brands on the market that we want to know better. We try to catch up with all of them. And so many are perfect in every way. But did you know that some brands don’t have just pretty colors or great moisturizer?! — it’s a whole history behind it….
Tatcha is a luxury skincare inspired by Geisha beauty rituals. It was found by Victoria Tsai, who discovered a pure Japanese beauty on a trip to Kyoto and wanted to share the treasures and knowledge from her journeys in East. And Tatcha was born!
My first “meeting” with Tatcha was several years ago. For delicate skin like mine, it’s an excellent find. All products are gentle, non-irritating and non-sensitizing. One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil, Enriching Renewal Cream and Deep Hydration Revitalizing Eye Mask — these are just few of my favorites. It does what it promises. Also, the brand has also discovering kits for every skin type, which I think is a great idea for introduction and first impression in general.
Geisha… When I hear this word, I imagine a Japanese Woman in a traditional Geisha’s Costume stands in-front of me, together with a perfectly done hair, porcelain face and red lips. Tatcha’s Kyoto Red Silk Lipstick will complete your modern-day Geisha look in instant. It has brilliant pigments with pure silk and botanical extracts for a long-wearing matte finish that keeps lips hydrated. More benefits? It has a feather-light formula and it is one universal shade of red that flatters all skin tones! You won’t believe how popular it is. You actually have to be on a list, because it sells out so quickly. But it is worth the wait!
Harmony. Elegance. Spirit. Three words that define Japanese Beauty… Are you ready for Geisha’s game?!
PS: Tatcha is proud to partner with Room to Read to help brighten the future of a girl in a developing country. One purchase = One day of school…. One more reason to love Tatcha!