beauty cabinet essential – Geisha Inc.

A product review – with love from Vancouver, B.C.

001 (2)I’ve always held a fascination for all things Geisha.  In fact, I followed a few when visiting Kyoto many years ago & it was pretty obvious. I love the ancient tradition (their skill in dancing, singing and playing musical instruments such as the flute and shamisen), their alluring beauty and gracefulness. The white skin, the elaborate jet black hair, red painted lips & glorious silk kimonos.  They look like porcelain dolls.  I loved the book ‘memoirs of a geisha’ (couldn’t put in down) and the movie too.  But the closest I’ll ever get to a geisha now is by wearing Geisha Inc. liquid eyeliner.  Not the same, but a little bit goes a long way.

Liquid eyeliner is not the easiest makeup product to work with for us non-geisha type girls.  If you don’t have a steady hand it can get real messy real quick or can look way over the top. But then I discovered (okay I didn’t really discover it but I did find) a great liquid liner that delivers nice pigment with ease of use.  To be honest, the packaging is what sold me at first but the product happily delivers.  Bonus – the company is based in Vancouver, B.C.

 What is it?

Geisha Ink Liquid Eyeliner is a 24 Hour water and smudge-proof formula that delivers effortless and precise application with its revolutionary microfiber brush tip. This quick-drying formula helps create subtle to dramatic looks.  It comes in brown or black.

How to?

Shake liner a few times before use. Apply with enclosed micro-fiber brush to ensure precise application. Close cap tightly after each usage. Removes easily with warm water and/or regular eye makeup remover. For best result, use a eye primer or powder eye area prior to application.

Available at:

wish.list boutique
2811 West Broadway

Beauty Bar
2142 West 4th Avenue

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