01. Lisa Eldridge Make Up Artist
Lisa is a British professional make-up artist. I love to watch her videos as they are simple, unpatronising and it's very clear she knows exactly what she's talking about.
Here's one of her videos that I have enjoyed.
02. Michelle Phan
Michelle is another professional make-up artist, based in the US. I find her voice so hypnotising! She speaks so softly & her advice is very down to earth; I don't like to be lectured when watching make-up tutorials. Michelle's videos range from extremes such as how to look like a Barbie doll to subtle Summer beach make-up, I like that she's not afraid to experiment and create such diverse looks.
03. Lancôme UK & Ireland
Lancôme's channel has a range of make-up tutorials by different artists, and product advertisements. The videos I liked the best were by Shella (apologies if that's spelt wrong, I couldn't see it anywhere on the video)
Nia is the only non-professional in my list but I love her tutorials nonetheless! I like her chatty style and the fact that she often uses a lot of products that I have perhaps considered buying, NARS products in particular. This is one of her recent make-up tutorials which I thought was really really nice :)
05. Rimmel London
Rimmel has a lot of videos on their youtube channel, all (helpfully) categorised so you can easily find what you want. I really like their 'Brit Icon Make-up Tutorials' and their 'Rimmel London and Dirty Sexy Things' videos. The best thing about the Rimmel channel is their target audience, their videos are perfect for younger people wanting to experiment with make-up who perhaps can't afford MAC, Laura Mercier, Becca etc. (I'm 23 & I still struggle to afford some of the higher end stuff!) They're also nice & short so I don't feel too guilty watching a few before bed :)
Am I the only one? Does anyone else get hooked on watching these kind of videos? Do you have any channel suggestions for me to feed my addiction? Haha :D