Shu Uemura founder, movie makeup artist extraordinaire Mr. Shu Uemura, knows a little something about skincare and makeup. He rose to fame in 1964 when he transformed American actress Shirley MacClaine into a Japanese geisha for the movie "My Geisha". Yet talented as he was, Mr. Uemura believed that all the makeup in the world was useless if the wearer's face was not clean, radiant and healthy. So in 1971, he established his own laboratory and began creating a line of skincare products that would allow makeup wearers to put their best face forward. Today, Shu Uemura offers a full line of products designed to solve any skin care problem. There's moisturizers for dry skin, mists and creams to hide and help signs of aging, firming cream, cleansing oils, and more. And beautiful skin deserves beautiful color. So Shu Uemura offers a full line of cosmetics, nail polishes and even nail stickers, all designed to enhance the wearer's healthy, radiant skin. The company even offers accessories such as eyelash curlers and brushes to help with the finishing touches.