BEAUTY GIFT GUIDE FOR CHRISTMAS3.12.14
I'm not so into the world of the skin care, I'm not Into the gloss but I read in Vogue several times a cream they call "The Geishas Secret" and I personally LOVE geishas, for they beauty, femininity, all that it represents. That tatcha put what I need to look like them in a cream deserves even an attempt to try, besides, THIS should be one of my Christmas presents.
HERE THE STORY:
After a decade of working for large corporations, Victoria Tsai yearned for simplicity and authenticity in her life. On a trip to Kyoto, she discovered a world of pure beauty, craftsmanship and heritage. A chance encounter with a modern-day geisha changed her life.
The beauty secrets she learned from the geisha introduced her to a different approach to skincare — that less is more. Their skin care philosophy and time-tested ingredients were captured in an ancient text widely considered to be the oldest beauty book written in Japan, and perhaps the first such work of its kind. Within its three delicate, thread-bound volumes are seven chapters devoted to beauty and elegance in both appearance and spirit. This special guide informs and inspires our collection.
Among the many titles Victoria Tsai holds at TATCHA — founder, CEO, product developer, sushi connoisseur in chief — the one on her business card suits her best: Chief Treasure Hunter. A Harvard Business School graduate turned globetrotting beauty expert and explorer, Victoria splits her time between the Bay Area and Japan, where she travels frequently to work with scientists, researchers and modern-day geisha to create formulas for the TATCHA collection.
She created the line after suffering from acute dermatitis and developing a keen awareness about the importance of ingredients used on the skin. Pregnant with her daughter, Alea, at the time, she made certain every product would be as gentle and safe as it was effective.
Many women have actually wanted to know these Japanese secret that many celebrities have been using, so why not have that little piece of heaven (expensive for many) but that eventually is the best investment you can make.
If you're not so convinced by the price because for many of us it will be expensive but if you count all the money you spend on makeup to cover small defects on your face, you can try the two-week introduction which is down below for only ($59) with a 20% off with the code "FF2014".
If you've used this brand before leaves your comment, I would like to know what you think about this.
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