A while ago not every woman had access to beauty advice. There were many women who had no idea how to properly apply makeup. There still is probably quite a few women who don’t know how to apply makeup, but nowadays more than ever women have access to learning tools for the makeup looks they want to achieve, some nice simple makeup for work, or wild colorful makeup for a costume party. The wider range of distribution for beauty and fashion magazines may have helped more women understand the basics of makeup, but the biggest tool that women -and some men- have been incorporating into their makeup game is YouTube makeup tutorials. An ever growing community of makeup artists have taken to YouTube to showcase their skills and to give advice and tips for anyone anywhere with internet connection. They often give product recommendations, application tips and are even entertaining. Some beauty vloggers on YouTube use music to entertain. Others joke around while applying their makeup. If the makeup tutorial itself is really well done the makeup can be entertaining, especially costume makeup tutorials.
Here’s the top three YouTube Beauty Vloggers:
Lisa Eldridge is a British makeup artist who lived in Great Britain and New Zealand while she was growing up. She’s been sought out by many high profile celebrities for her classy, gorgeous editorial makeup work. Cate Blanchett, Eva Green, Kate Winslet, Emma Watson, Keira Knightley, Salma Hayek, Cameron Diaz, Kate Moss and countless other celebrities are among the women she’s done makeup for. Her makeup has been in Vogue, Allure, Glamour and other magazines. Aside from doing makeup applications, she does regular makeup lessons and tips on her website and on her YouTube channel. Lisa just came out with a makeup book this year titled: “Face Paint” that describes applications but also the history of makeup in the world. She also writes a beauty column for Elle that titled “The Beauty Guru”.