Japanese beauty is steeped in centuries-old rituals and traditions. Geisha's have long been icons of enchantment, and their rich cultural beauty practices have been passed down to inspire generations of women. Central to Japanese beauty is water. Water is a symbol of cleanness, or pureness. Water is also deeply connected with the Japanese woman’s mind about beauty. It’s not a latest trend, but more an historical and emotional connection rooted as a basic belief. This talk will explore Japanese beauty practices. Some background will be introduced as well as key routines and products of everyday skin care for Japanese women.
The event will be held aboard the Spirit of Washington on Thursday, March 26, at 12:00pm (580 Water St., SW, Washington, DC).
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