Start by rolling a lump of white fimo in to an oval and place it to the side.
Take some coloured fimo and shape it in to a rectangle. Squish together one side of the fimo, so that's it almost a square edged pyramid.
Take a third colour of fimo and roll it in to a long strip, flatten this down with your finger so that it's quite thin.
Wrap this strip around the pyramid/rectangle and then fold the ends up like a bow at the back. Place this to the side.
Now take a lump of black fimo, roll it in to a ball and then flatten it in to a flat oval.
Take a knife and make two small vertical slits in the middle of the oval, make a horizontal slit between the two vertical ones, half way down and remove the excess fimo.
Take the oval and place it over the white oval you rolled earlier. Lay the square bit down and the fold the remainder of the black circle over the white oval. Fold along the edges where the two halves of the black circle meet to create points for the hair.
Take a tiny bit of pink or red fimo and roll in to two small balls, place on the cheeks.
Now create the eyes and mouth from black fimo.
Place the head on top of the body, squishy together to make sure it's secure.
Now create two arms for the body by rolling a long oval shape and cutting in two.
Stick the arms in place at either side and wrap around the body.
Create a cute little hair piece and then bake the geisha in the oven until hard.