Geishas were known to be the most beautiful of Japanese women. Their whole lives they were raised to be entertainers and servers to the most privileged of society. Geishas were trained to be flawless in every way, when dancing, applying makeup, and even the way they poured tea.
If you want to try being a Geisha begin by applying cream white makeup all over the face, bright red lipstick, and black liquid eyeliner to extend the corners of the eye, style your hair in a puffy high bun or put on a black bun wig, you can even add a flower, chopsticks, a comb or maybe a pretty hair clip for décor. Complete your costume with a bright colored kimono embroidered with flowers, leaves, dragons or any other Japanese image. Geishas wear a flat-soled sandal, zori, outdoors, and wear only tabi (white split-toed socks) indoors. In rainy weather geisha wear raised wooden clogs, called geta .