The new season is full of exciting projects and one of the most notable makeup collaborations of the season is that between cosmetic label Shu Uemura and legendary Karl Lagerfeld. The newest Mon Shu Uemura holiday 2012 makeup collection brings the signature styles of both the brands and as a result, we have alluring eye shadows, lipsticks, mascara, false lashes and more. That’s another chance for flirty fashionizers to create a super-lovely makeup in Christmas and be the center of everyone’s attention at the ball! Check out the entire collection below!
Apparently, Karl Lagerfeld has some justified reason to cooperate with the brand, as he has stated that: “I design with Shu Uemura makeup because other manufacturers don’t offer such beautiful colors.”
All the products found in the Mon Shu Uemura holiday 2012 makeup collection feature a cool ‘Mon Shu’ cartoon character, a bobbed-haired girl that is wearing Mr. Lagerfeld’s signature black pants, black tie and white shirt. The collection is composed of the following products:
Mon Shu Uemura Gift Sets
These gift sets come in two variations that include in a stylish silver bag 6 eyeshadow hues, an eyelash curler and the Perfect Natural black mascara. Choose from the following eyeshadow palettes:
Mon Shu Uemura Tsuya Kit
The kit includes in a cylindrical metallic deep red makeup bag the Tsuya Essence in 30ml, the UV Under Base Tsuya Mousse, which is a makeup base, and a Cleansing Oil Premium A/O Advanced.
Karl for Shu Mini & Premium Eyelash Sets
The collection also brings two dramatic eyelash styles for you to get a dazzling look every single time.
The eyeliner gel comes in a plum hue and applies easily, staying there smudge-free and flawless all day long.
Nail Art Stickers
Nail art addicts are invited to experiment with new digital print stickers, the application of which doesn’t take much time and doesn’t require any beauty knowledge.
The Mon Shu Uemura holiday 2012 makeup collection will also feature a makeup set, a mini brush set, 4 fabulous lipstick hues, three nail lacquers and a Mon Shu doll.
Photos courtesy of Shu Uemura