Japanese Make-up 2014 Fall Collections, top10

The weather starts to get cooler but this is no time to get your mood down! The new collections from Japanese brands will make you shine and pretty even during the gray days.

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See the Summer  top10 here

10. Kate (entry)

With the new Brown Shade Eyes, the new collection of Kate is very classy.

9. RMK (-4)

Giving the opportunity to women to express their different moods, the new collection from RMK offers a lot of new limited products and shades.

(see the collection here)

8. Jill Stuart (-7)

The elegance and maturity of the new collection by Jill Stuart is classy, and feline. The nudy colors added to the already existing products from the brand are giving a modern and chic look.

(see the collection here)

7. THREE (=)

The dark shades are invading THREE with a mystic and mysterious aura.

(see the collection here)

6. Lunasol (=)

The rococo movement has inspired Lunasol for their fall collection. The new sophisticated products will make you be a piece of art!

(see the collection here)

5. Suqqu (entry)

Still inspired by purple and dark yet classy colors, Suqqu suggests a collection with a jewerly concept.

(see the collection here)

4. Addiction (+6)

Giving an homage to Japan, Addiction is celebrating their 5th anniversary with all their love for the Japanese beauty.

(see the collection here)

3. Visée (entry)

With a unique product in the new collection, Visée aims to practicity thanks to a lip & cheek cream.

(see the collection here)

2. Emoda (entry)

The collection “Rockabilly Dolls” will surely makes talk about the recent chic and trendy brand Emoda.

(see the collection here)

1. Anna Sui (+1)

With the pretty and original new star shaped lipsticks, Anna Sui is full of surprises and inventivity.

(see the collection here)

 

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