Embrace your true beauty.
Embrace your true beauty.
Undeniable elegance born from uncompromising Japanese craftsmanship
A name symbolizing distinction through beauty
Distinction born from within and beauty that shines to show the world
your true self―bringing out the best in both.
This decoration is a symbol of distinction.
Our desire to share true beauty with everyone is reflected in our name, Decorté.
Decorté always leads the way
Decorté has produced a number of industry firsts,
such as liquid foundation for summer.
A culture that fosters craftsmanship is the cornerstone of our identity.
CRUCIAL VALUES FOR THE BRAND
Breaking down barriers
with beauty science
When Decorté was founded in 1970, cosmetics were solely focused on treating skin irritation. Meanwhile, our brand focused on advanced ...
by sensibility technology
From skincare to base makeup and color makeup, Decorté products incorporate phospholipids and other biometric ingredients that ...
Multi-layered liposome capsules
Decorté released Moisture Liposome, the first serum in the industry to ...
Design to lift your spirits,
just by being there
At Decorté, we are committed to constantly using the most cutting-edge technology and theory with the best materials while continuing ...
The DECORTÉ pattern
The pattern that adorns the walls of Decorté counters features hexagonal shapes with flower-like symbols that represent beauty as a ...
Academy Award-winner Brie Larson made cinematic history as Marvel’s first female superhero lead in Captain Marvel, breaking box offices records with $455 million worldwide, and a spot on TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2019 list. The film’s sequel is slated for release in 2022.
Larson won 2016 Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG, BAFTA, Critics Choice and NBR awards for her performance as Ma in Room. In 2020, she won an Emmy for Outstanding Original Interactive Program for co-producing The Messy Truth VR Experience.
She was most recently seen in Warner Brothers’ Just Mercy. Past film credits include Short Term 12, The Glass Castle, Kong: Skull Island, Trainwreck, Free Fire, The Spectacular Now, 21 Jump Street and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, among others.
Her directorial debut, Unicorn Store, premiered at 2017's Toronto Film Festival and premiered on Netflix in April 2019.
Larson is widely recognized for her portrayal of Toni Collette’s daughter in Showtime’s United States of Tara, created by Diablo Cody.
Onstage, she appeared at the Williamstown Theater Festival as “Emily” in Our Town.
Native to Sacramento, California, Larson began her studies at six, the youngest ever to attend the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. She is a vocal advocate of equity and inclusion in Hollywood and beyond.