She says there is a move in Japan to pursue makeup that matches one's respective personality. When asked about this charm and trend, Shikanoma explained, "Chinese-style makeup expresses the inner strength and confidence of a person and it feels new here. According to beauty media MimiTV Inc. While Korean makeup appears more mature than its Japanese counterpart, it still centers around cute and innocent features. That's what I, too, feel is refreshing about Chinese-style makeup. Chinese-style makeup aims to create a sharp and chiseled look by contouring and adding brightness using cosmetics such as bronzers and highlighters for a healthy glow, and drawing defined eyebrows. I think the concept of a 'cool woman' is becoming widespread in Japan nowadays. I also yearn to be a strong-willed woman.