Hi Lovelies, this blog has been on my mind for last few days and I thought I shall go with the flow and give it a try. We all are addicted to You Tube for information relating to Make Up, Make Up Application Techniques, Make Up Hauls and anything relating to Make Up. There are many You Tube Guru’s that are giving an excellent advice on Make Up application. I totally trust the following for their Make Up advice and rely on their Make Up Application techniques to get the desired looks.
Note: They are not in any particular sequence. I love them all totally and equally. They are the ones who got me started on my Make Up Addiction and I have learned a lot from them. I am indebted to them for all they taught me through their channels.
Here is a tribute to few of them:
Make Up Geek
She is the founder and CEO of Makeup Geek – a cosmetic education website and upstart makeup brand. She is one of my first you tubers who I followed for many years like an addict. I love the energy she has and I love the way she does her make up tutorials. She is very elaborate about the looks and has successfully launched her make up line called Make Up Geek. I shall be reviewing some products from the line soon. I wish her all the success in the coming years
You can read more about her here:
Follow her on You Tube and here is the link to her site
After Marlena my next addiction was the You Tube Channel called Pixiwoo. The Chanel is by two sweet sisters Sam and Nick. I totally trust them for their advice on Make Up application techniques and products.
In addition to their work as a freelance make-up artist, They run make-up courses together. They post and make-up tutorials from Avant Garde to Natural looks as well as reviews on various beauty products. They launched their own line of brushes called Real Techniques. I am using them currently and love them all.
They have recently launched a book, I still need to get my hands on it.
Follow them and get the best advice on make up.
Lisa Eldridge is one of the most experienced and respected makeup artists on the international fashion and beauty circuits. Whether she’s called upon to create her signature look, best described as fresh and flawless, or to work her makeup magic for the catwalk or editorial shoots, her modern approach to beauty has made her indispensable to designers, editors, photographers, art directors and celebrities alike.
Her work is featured in international publications such as VOGUE, ELLE, ALLURE, HARPER’S BAZAAR and LOVE. She has worked on most glamorous stars, including Kate Winslet, Keira Knightley, Lily Collins, Kate Moss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Emma Watson.
In October 2015, Lisa published her first book, Face Paint: The Story of Makeup, an accumulation of years of research into the history of makeup. The first professional makeup artist with her own dot com, since the launch of Lisa’s website she developed a large, global online following, while maintaining a high editorial profile.
She does a variety of looks but fresh make up looks, looks for teen and mature skin are my favorite. Her make up techniques are fine and wearable, easy to follow and practice.
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Monika has built a career and a life in Los Angeles as lovely as the faces she creates. Her ambition and skill match her sweet aura. Her success and joy in her field lies in her simple, effective approach; she makes every woman look and feel beautiful in their own skin.
Monika wanted to share this approach with women all over the world, so she created the YouTube channel MONIKABLUNDER to post how-to videos that teach her viewers everything from enhancing their natural beauty, to recreating her top red carpet looks. She has over 36,000 subscribers with over 1.24 million views and that number continues to increase daily.
Read more about her at
Here tutorials are detailed and the way of application is simple. Follow her excellent advice on make up.
He is an English make up artist , you tube personality and entrepreneur. Best known for his “Wayne Goss” channel on You Tube.He is the creator and owner of the self-eponymous makeup brush line launched in September 2013. In January 2016, Goss’ main YouTube channel had over 2.3 million subscribers and had had 280 million views.
What I love about him is that he keeps nothing to himself and gives you the most trusted advice.
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Goss has said that he started out as self-taught by reading makeup books written by contemporary artists. He then furthered his study in makeup artistry in London and trained professionally as a makeup artist. Goss works freelance without a portfolio and takes bookings on the recommendation of existing clients.