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Total Beauty Care: Beauty Salons And Cosmetics Found Only In Japan

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Whether you are looking to improve your skin, change your hair style or try out some new nail art, Japan has plenty of options to choose from when it comes to beauty treatments. Read on to learn more about salons and shops to meet your beauty needs.

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When in Rome, do as the Romans do - sound advice when traveling, and even better advice if you are looking for beauty salons or cosmetics in Japan. Japanese fashionistas have their own beauty regimes, and if you are looking to be pampered at a salon, or for cosmetics that you can take home with you, then let this article serve as your guide to Japanese beauty.

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Total Beauty Care: Beauty Salons And Cosmetics Found Only In Japan

From: Muslim Friendly Nail Salon - Silis Nail Salon In Osaka

Nail art and manicures are a longstanding trend in Japanese fashion, with new colors, designs, and even exhibitions being held on the subject almost seasonally. While in Japan, be sure to give this trend a try - you just might make your friends overseas green with envy. Those visiting the Osaka area should check out Silis Nail Salon, which is not only known for its great service, but also for its internationally-minded atmosphere, while those in Tokyo should check out Beautik in Laforet Harajuku and the following salon as well.

Total Beauty Care: Beauty Salons And Cosmetics Found Only In Japan

Eyelash extensions are a painless, semi-permanent way to lengthen your natural eyelashes and change how they frame your eyes. At Shibuya Espoir, the professionals here not only offer a stunning array of nail art options, but also courses where you can have manicures and eyelash extensions done at the same time. If you feel like treating yourself to something truly indulgent, then this is the course for you!

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