Maison Kitsune for Shu Uemura Smoky Eyes

Another look using Maison Kitsune for Shu Uemura Indigo eye/cheek palette! This time, I really wanted to showcase the gorgeous blue eyeshadow fron the palette, so I created this blue smoky eyes look! This look is super easy to recreate, and it’s a really fresh take on a non-black smoky eyes.The only product that is black is my mascara, even my eyeliner is blue (surprise,

We’ve all seen black smoky eyes, brown smoky eyes, grey smoky eyes, well why not an all blue smoky eyes? This blue smoky eyes will bring out those with brown, or green, or grey eyes! I love how the blue shadow from the palette looks almost jewel like. It’s not too dark, yet still have a rich deep blue hue.

For the lashes, I decided to apply the Maison Kitsune Jewel-Fur-for-a Wink falsies since I thought it was going to add a bit of fun to the whole look. Very extravagant, perfect for Holiday party makeup! Of course, you can skip this special falsies and wear the regular ones, but I think this falsies are amazing! Also, if you want to know what else I’ve bought from this collection, check out my Instagram account!

*Please check out my other Maison Kitsune for Shu Uemura tutorials*

Maison Kitsune Indigo palette

Products used


  • Base – Shu Uemura cream eyeshadow “Ivory”
  • Eyeliner – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Play & Remix Drawing pencil “Indigo”
  • All over eyelid – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Navy”
  • Inner corner – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “White”
  • Center of lid – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Soft Blue”
  • Brows – Shu Uemura Brow Sword
  • Mascara – NARS Audicious mascara
  • Falsies – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune “Jewel-Fur-For-A-Wink” false lashes


Blue smoky eyes


  • Primer – Bobbi Brown “Vitamin Enriched Face Base”
  • Foundation – Shu Uemura Lightbulb foundation #754
  • Concealer – YSL Touche Eclat
  • Setting powder – Shu Uemura Lightbulb Glowing Face Powder “Colorless”



  • Lip lacquer – Shu Uemura lip Lacque Supreme “CR1 Chu Chu Coral”

asian smoky eyes


OCC Lip Tars – swatches

As promised, here’s my OCC Lip Tars collection. I didn’t swatch the black and white lip tars cause obviously it’s just white and black 😛

So the black and white lip tars are called True Black and True White. The purpose of those lip tars are to darken (True Black) and to lighten (True White) any lip tars. Vintage, as mentioned on the previous post is a deep-true burgundy colour.

The lip tars below are purchased from Sephora at Eaton Center. I believe if you buy the lip tars from Sephora’s website, they also come in the little pouch with a lip brush.

OCC lip tars

In the pouch, there’s a little instruction on how to apply the lip tar, which is nice. I might get the OCC Clear Lip Tar next time I get the chance to. 😀

OCC lip tars

So you’ve seen the other 3 lip tars that I’ve bought during IMATS. No, they don’t come in the little pouches, so I just have to use my own lip brushes to apply these. Anyways, from the L to R: Vintage, Queen, Stalker and Strumpet.

Queen is a Bright Coral Pink, Stalker is a True-Red and Strumpet is a Deep-Red Burgundy.

OCC lip tars

You just need a teeeensie-weeensie dot of the lip tars and wa-lah (read: voila)!

OCC lip tars

For Vintage and Stalker I’ve done tutorials on it 🙂

OCC lip tars

I cannot say enough how much I love these lip tars!


  • Reasonable price – for $16 (sephora and occ websites) you get 0.33oz.
  • Very pigmented
  • A little bit goes a long way
  • Long-lasting
  • Vegan
  • Contains peppermint oil – which has a great smell
  • Not drying
  • Comes in a range of colours
  • Lip tars can be mixed to create your own colour.
  • Comes in a squeeze tube which is great for the kit and also hygienic.


  • Can only be bought from OCC website for International locations as far as I know.
  • Might stain your lips (or other stuffs) since it’s super pigmented.
  • Can’t be used on the eyes (due to the peppermint oil)