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Geisha - Fiona Graham, caucasian Geisha as of 2007.  Beautiful, smart and brave enough to immerse herself in a completely different culture.  Inspiration much?

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Photo/Direction: Zhang Jingna Model/Actress: Chiaki Oshima Assistant: cwfineart Makeup: Chiyo Hair: Miho Tokyo, Sakuran II: Image collected in my ph.

Sake Revitalizing Bath: From Japan  To get glowing body skin, Japanese women take a sake bath. Add three to four six-ounce glasses of any kind of sake to your bath water. Kojic acid in the sake exfoliates and helps lighten age spots and other discoloration.

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A gorgeous, dramatic updo on Korean actress Song Hye Kyo. (I interviewed her for Chronicle back in Love this photo.

Bamboo Geisha - Kimono - Japanese girl - Japan

Bamboo Geisha - A random encounter with Japan's rare and dwindling Geishas. Arashiyama, Kyoto ~ by Kory Carpenter

Kanzashi & Kushi Some 400 years ago, Japan took the simple comb and transformed it into an elegant beauty accessory that became a work of art. Japanese kushi (combs) and kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion, and people could even tell what neighbourhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments .

400 years ago, Japanese kushi (combs) & kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion & people could even tell what neighborhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments

LuLuLun Balance Moisture Masks This brand has recently taken Japan by storm thanks to its cute packaging and effective formulas. The serum-soaked masks in this box are meant to be used every single night. Every. Single. Night. It should be no surprise, then, that some Japanese women even buy sheet masks in bulk.

13 Japanese Beauty Products That Will Change Your Routine Forever

LuLuLun Balance Moisture Masks This brand has recently taken Japan by storm thanks to its cute packaging and effective formulas. The serum-soaked masks in this box are meant to be used every single night. Every. Single. Night. It should be no surprise, then, that some Japanese women even buy sheet masks in bulk.

"That’s why people lose intelligence: for the simple reason that they are so tired. If the mind can have little rest, if you can leave the mind alone for a few hours every day, if once in a while you can give the mind a holiday, it will be rejuvenated; it will come out more intelligent, more efficient, more skillful." --Osho, Waking Times

I think a Geisha is one of the most beautiful things in the world. I wish I could go to Japan for the cherry blossoms and Geisha.too bad I hate Japanese food.

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