Anti Ageing Makeup tips – Eyes – Brows – Lips Tutorial

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The products I've used in the film are:

Eyes
Max Factor – False Lash Effect Mascara:
Revlon – Luxurious Color Eyeliner:

Brows
Shavata – Brow Tamer:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Liquid Pen:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Pencil:
The Body Shop – Brow and Liner Kit:

Lips
Bobbi Brown – Lip Liner:
Fusion Beauty – Lipfusion Micro Injected Collagen Lip Plump Gloss:

Tools
Kevyn Aucoin – Eyelash Curlers:
MAC – Brush:
No7 – Brow and Lash Brush:

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Continuing on the anti-ageing make-up theme, this film contains lots of tips on how to make-up your Eyes, Brows and Lips for a fresh and youthful look. Hope you enjoy!

Lisa Eldridge X

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I can’t guarantee that all of the make-up and skincare products I recommend will suit you. I only use products I personally think are good having tried them on myself and my clients but everyone's skin is different and it's possible to be allergic to anything. Wherever possible, test products out on yourself before purchasing.

I only feature products I like, or want to try. The products I use in these videos are either purchased by me or sent to me by make-up companies to use in my professional capacity as a make-up artist for fashion and celebrity photo shoots, red carpet etc. I am also sent products by many of the top magazines to judge for awards.

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26 COMMENTS

  1. I agree, don't get too depressed. Sure we change as we age but there are all sorts of great things we can do to camouflage it like the tips in this video which are great. Bottom line is do what YOU like. Everybody has different ideas about what looks good. If you're seventy and want to use bold glitter eyeshadow DO IT! Look at Joan Collins she still looks great

  2. Great video as always Lisa. I know it's old but its timeless. I love your 'less is more' approach and REALLY love that you aren't promoting "what I'm loving at the moment" which translates to "what I'll get paid for promoting". I don't aim to look like I did in my twenties- I am to look my best self for today. I am sure I will be wearing make up and loving it until I'm in my 90's if I am so blessed 🙂

  3. Girls : don't feel depressed : I am 62 and I love putting on make up ! I still feel YOUNG ! The only thing that bothers me a bit are my hooded eye lids, I'm thinking about eye surgery !!! This is Marie again in France with her bad school English 🙂

  4. Fabulous video. I'd figured out my face was falling and I needed to re-do make up. One problem I haven't seen addressed is the outer part of the lip is turning down. This makes me look angry. People have treated me differently. I've tried light yellow concealer, highlighters at the bottom outer edge. Failure!
    People address under eye circles, naso labial lines and all manner of things. But I don't want to look angry when I'm not.
    HELP

  5. One rule of thumb is to use Mattes- I've found the Anastasia mattes to be some of the most buttery ones available… I have Viseart, too, but they are not as buttery or soft, at least the palette of neutral mattes I got isn't.

  6. I used to turn so many heads when I was younger and kind of hated it as I was very shy and insecure by then. Now, I am 60 and have kept my size 8 figure, take care of my hair and wear subtle makeup and wear nice clothes no one ever gives me a glance. It is like I have become invisible and that is depressing. Getting old sucks and no one can persuade me otherwise.

  7. "The beauty of the eyes is completely lost" WHAT?? I understand you like to promote makeup but those remarks are completely uncalled for. What a terrible thing to say to older women. It proves that make-up is not that "fun pastime" some beauty gurus claim it is, but a tool to get women to hate themselves and spend money. Terrible.

  8. An amazing video. Loved all the tips and the affirmations that I am doing some things right! So helpful about colours, although I think my colouring must be similar to yours as I agree with what you say about "dead" colours and blue pinks. Going to try using the cheaper brands instead of spending a fortune and ending up with pretty much the same sorts of colours all the time. Thank you so much for all your help. I LOVE make-up – always have – and realise how important it becomes as we age and our natural colour diminishes. Just trying to keep it less obvious and more natural now.

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