Friday, 30 August 2013

Shu Uemura x Takashi Murakami 6 Heart Princess Collection

The press event for the Takashi Murakami for Shu Uemura 6 Heart Princess collection was held in Tokyo today and graced by Murakami himself (who goes by 'takashipom' on Twitter and Instagram). Here's the list of products in the collection.

1. Lip & Cheek Fun-tasy: Lip and cheek tints in five shades ranging from light pink to berry (2940yen)

2. Lasting Soft Gel Pencil: In 2 shades (2100yen)

3. Mini Nail Duo: In 2 variations (2625yen)

4. Princess Love in Wink Eyelash (2730yen)

5. Black Jewel On Wing Premium Eyelash (5250yen)

6. A/O Youth Glow Cleansing Oil (9450yen, 450ml)

7. UV Underbase Tsuya Mousse SPF30 PA++ (4200yen, 50g)

8. Heart & Flower by Murakami S Curler (1470yen)

9. Princess Fun-tasy Mini Brush Set (6825yen)

10. 6 Heart Princess Christmas Palette Kit: Heart-full Pink Parallel Palette and Enchanted Black Parallel Palette (8400yen)

11. 6 Heart Princess Christmas Foundation Kit: 2 sets (from 8190yen)

12. Christmas Tsuya Kit: 2 sets (8925yen/11,550yen)

13. 6 Heart Princess Pink Or Black traincase: Advance release at Umeda Hankyu in Osaka from 23 Oct and the Omotesando Hills flagship store in Tokyo from 1 Nov. (27,300yen)

Pics below from Livedoor.

Pics from Fashionsnap.

By Elle Singapore

Pic below shows some character memorabilia that are not for sale.

By Abe Sawako

By Keiko Watanabe

See more pics from the event taken by Murakami here, here, here and here.


Penni said...

I love that lip and cheek fantasy. Another added stuff on my beauty box.

Christina said...

I am super excited for this. The promo images look great. I think I'll end up picking the palettes.

Anonymous said...

Whoa, are those Madoka Magica references intentional? or am I missing something? I know Murakami often works with otaku culture, but I'm not savvy enough to know exactly what he's referencing in his work.

Haru said...

I'm afraid I do not have any info about that.

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous

It's not Madoka Magica, the characters shown in the product are from 6 Hearts Princess(es), which is an original production of Kaikai Kiki (Takashi Murakami's company). But it probably had a lot of similarity with Madoka Magica because they're of the same magical heroine genre :)

Unknown said...

Not a make up person but that's looks pretty cute/kool/interesting. Think might try myself if the chance came up.