Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi, I'm Marin. I'm based in Osaka but also work in Tokyo. I mainly work with artists. My specialties are bold colors and eccentric lines. Hi, I'm Toru Sakanishi. I'm based in Tokyo and mainly do editorial and commercial work. My style ranges from flawless, supple skin to more structured makeup. Hi, I'm Kanako. I'm based in Tokyo and mainly work in fashion and with artists. My forte is creating a playful, unique, pop style. I immediately thought of the musical "Wicked." I will be using green and red to create a look inspired by Elphaba. My goal is a strong and attractive woman. Today's theme reminded me of someone who doesn't succumb to the pressure to blend in with others. So, my concept is a mixture of "punk" and "witch." A witch reminded me of a strong and powerful woman. Today, I'm going to use rhinestones in order to convey a glittery, magical, popping image. Hi, I'm Marin, a makeup artist. - Hi, I'm MILANO. - Nice to meet you. - Do you have any allergies? - No, I don't. Okay, let's start. I'll start off with skincare. I'm using a cleansing water to remove excess oil. I'm keeping it simple because too much oil will make the stones fall off. I use BIODERMA Sensibio. As lotion, I mostly use DECORTÉ AQ. It usually goes well with any model. I'm using PH SENSITIVE TONER from SAM'U. It regulates the skin's pH level. This perfume-like smell is what makes it so popular. It smells good. I want to keep this step as simple as possible too, so I use a moisturizer from Embryolisse. Now, I'm using DECORTÉ AQ Emulsion. Next, I'm using SAM'U PH SENSITIVE AMPOULE. I apply a generous amount of serum to prevent dry skin. That's my trick. Next, SAM'U PH SENSITIVE CREAM. When I'm done with skincare, I move on to highlighter. Applying highlighter first gives the skin a natural glow when you add foundation on top. It'll hide imperfections. This is the MADINA chic & shine highlighter stick illuminate. Now I use the MAQUILLAGE DRAMATIC SKIN SENSOR BASE EX UV+ in NATURAL. I apply it with my hands first, then pat it with a sponge. Now, LAURA MERCIER Secret Camouflage. The brush I'm using is a paintbrush, not a makeup brush. As long as they're soft, paintbrushes come in more forms and lengths, so I use them often. I'm applying concealer around the eyes. When I don't need much coverage, I use this NARS TINTED GLOW BOOSTER as foundation. Using a brush will create a more radiant skin, so I use a foundation brush to apply it. - You have beautiful skin. - Thanks. As foundation, I use GIORGIO ARMANI Maestro fusion makeup. Today's theme being "witch," I'm using a lighter tone because witches don't go out in the sun. I use a full-coverage concealer to hide pimples and dark circles under the eyes. This is BOBBI BROWN's CREAMY CONCEALER. I pat it onto the skin with my fingers so it won't seem dry. Let's move on to eye makeup. I'll start with a black eyeliner. Oh, I'm nervous. I'm going to draw a thick line along the edges of the eyelids. This is MITSUYOSHI's Lining Color. I like it because it's easy to apply but also easily removable by just stroking over it with a cotton swab. Now, I'm going to start contouring. It's important to properly enhance the bone structure. Or else, the parts I'll be using won't go with the appearance. To top it off, I use the LAURA MERCIER concealer again. Basically, I use concealer to neutralize redness, so I'm trying to even out the skin tone. Next, I'm going to blur the lines using eye shadow. These kinds of eccentric makeups with bold colors are my forte. I always try to apply makeup as if I were drawing. Let's move on to the eyebrows. What I'm using here is a normal soap. If you add water to it, it'll get this waxy consistency, so I use that to comb the eyebrows. Today, the eyebrows are going to stay simple, because I want to put emphasis on the eyes and the mouth. Now, I'm adding some green. The reason I use green is because this makeup is based on "Wicked." I'm recreating Elphaba with green eye shadow and red lips. I want to build a gradation effect from black to green. In order to do that, I use several shades of green. On to the eyes. This glitter will seem green depending on the light. I'll use this here and there. It's actually for nail art but it's safe to use on the skin too. Here comes my favorite item. It's a powder-based eyeshadow called Sigil inspired. It's super glittery and the color is beautiful. I want to make the eyes a shadowy green that changes shades with light. Next, I'm going to put this on. It's a lace with studs. I'll use eyelid glue to attach it. I did some research on witches and found out that in the olden days, they were considered a subculture. And I thought it kind of resonates with punk. So, I'm using studs to add some punk elements to the makeup. Lace is said to have developed as embellishment in the 15th century, which is also when witch hunts reached a high point. Let's start decorating. Today, I'm going to use red rhinestones in order to create that popping image of when you cast a spell. MILANO's face is perfectly balanced. Her eyebrows are close to the eyes. So, I wanted to add focus on the lower parts. I love using things that aren't specifically made for makeup. That's why I often use things you wouldn't normally use. Moving on to the eyebrows. This is a self-made brow powder. I couldn't find any brow powder shades I liked, so I created my own at a university lab. Next on are false eyelashes. I'm going to randomly apply these partial false lashes. These lashes are intended to create an otherworldly effect. These are the false lashes I'm using. Since my makeup is often eccentric, I buy these abroad. I'm not applying it along the actual eyes but along the black line. I didn't want my witch to be sinister. I'm using bright colors because I believe positive and pop vibes go better with those times. Now, I'm applying foundation. I made this shade of foundation myself too. These kinds of makeup will result in stray glitter everywhere, so I finish it off with foundation. 20 more minutes. I hope I can finish in time. I'm going to attach studs around the eyes. I want her to look beautiful, so I attached all the studs and lace in a manner that complement MILANO's face. I'm going to use red lipstick but I want my witch to be cheerful and happy, so I'm using this bright shade of red from MARC JACOBS. Let's move on to contouring. I'm using these SOLAR GLOW UNIVERSAL BRONZING DROPS by DOLCE & GABBANA. I love this one. You'll just need to apply one drop with your hands. It goes well with any type of skin and won't appear artificial at all. She already has a beautiful bone structure, so I'm just enhancing that. To complement those rhinestones, I'm going to apply some lip gloss. In order to create a sexy witch, I'm going a little over the lip lines. On to the lips. I want to match it with the cheeks, so I'm using this berry shade in the middle by mixing it with a darker shade. Then, I'm adding this red glitter over the lip gloss. I'm leaving the lips as is. There already are lots of eye-catching elements and adding more will just blur everything. Natural lips will accentuate the things I want to show, so I'm leaving them. I'm going to finish off by applying some blueish highlighter. I like using cream highlighters because it lets me apply highlighter exactly where I want it to be. Here comes the last element. I'm going to adjust it by adding the final touches. I'm going to finish in time! Okay, I'm done. I'm done. I'm done. I feel like a witch. I look like an influencer witch. - Beauty witch. - Yeah. Hello. Amazing. Her eyes... Beautiful shot. This is nice too. I might make a new discovery. Yeah, like the colors we each used. And the equipment. - Yes, I want to know what you used. - Me too.