Universally Chic Makeup Look

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As requested, this is the look that I was wearing in my ultimate guide to nude lips film. It’s a classic liner look that you can adapt for day or night. X

Bourjois – Healthy Mix Serum- Vanille 52:
Chanel – Foundation Brush No.6:
Clinique – Airbrush Concealer -04:
Laura Mercier – Secret Camouflage – SC2 :
Lancôme – Dual Finish Powder – Matte Porcelaine Delicate I (C) :
DHC – Q10 Face Powder:
theBalm – Put A Lid On It…eyelid Primer:
ZOEVA – Luxe Soft Crease Brush – 22:
Maybelline – The Nudes Palette:
MAC – Blending Brush – 217:
Chanel – Pinceau Contour Paupières – Contour Shadow Brush – No.14:
L'Oréal – Super Liner Gel Intenza – Black :
Stila – Precision Eyeliner Brush #4:
Shu Uemura – Eyelash Curlers:
Too Faced – Better Than Sex Mascara – Black:
Chanel – Pinceau Brosse Sourcils – Brow / Lash Brush – No.11 :
Stila – All Day Waterproof Brow Colour – Medium:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Urban Decay – Naked Flushed – Native:
Hourglass – Femme Nude Lip Stylo – No 6 :
Charlotte Tilbury – Lip Cheat – Pillow Talk:
Debora Lippmann – Miss Independent:

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On my nails is Debora Lippmann – Miss Independent

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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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39 COMMENTS

  1. i loooove that u use high street make up like boujois and maybelline!!! its so refreshing and great for people like me who cant afford to buy the newest palette every time its released!

  2. This is really close to what I do every day! I tend to go for more rounded eyeliner, pink-gold eyeshadows, and a coral water based tint for the lip though. Ugh it's so nice to see a light hand making makeup tutorials I cant stand the cakey overdone look, its only good for immediate pictures (melts right off in the year round humidity who wants to look streaky and raccoon eyed after an hour)

  3. Love all your demos! So down to earth and informative. Thank you. I have never heard you mention Retinol for pigmentation. I have some dark spots, which I'd like to cover. To Retinol….or not?

  4. Hi Lisa, Thank you so much for your tutorials you are my favorite make up artist ever since day 1 I've been watching your videos and I don't think I can ever stop! I have a question, are primer harmful for our skin as in clogging them should we just skip the primer and on to the foundation?

  5. I've watched so many eyeliner tutorials, including tutorials for hooded eyes. I haven't been able to find one that applies to me where I actually like the look of the eyeliner. My eyes are not hooded, but my crease line extends all the way down to the outer corner of my eye. This leaves virtually no space for a kitten flick, given I follow the angle of my lower lash line up, like you're traditionally supposed to. So I have to draw the wing at a lower angle, drawing it a bit more horizontally rather than up. The thing is, I'm not a fan of that "puppy liner" look. Pixiwoo did a video on eyeliner for people with my crease issue, but it involved drawing on a graphic shape to make the liner look good with the eyes open. I just don't like it. I may have to give up on cat eye liner, which makes me sad because it's one of my favorite looks.

  6. I've not been following make up accounts but this it's worth it. My first language is Spanish but you make everything so easy to understand. Thank you so much. New follower. Regards from Colombia

  7. What a pretty look. I think I could actually manage this. I don;t wear a great deal of makeup, and when I do I like to look more natural. Thank you for making looks that are practical and easy to wear xx

  8. Hello Lisa ! I love all your videos and this is a beautiful look, but i'd like to ask you a question. Why are you using a shimmering shadow for the crease instead of a matte one? Thanks in advance

  9. Thank you, Lisa! This wasn't hard, and it really works for my 40 year old face. Less is more, and softer is better for me. I love the tip about softening the black liner by going over it with your crease shadow. As a light skinned blonde, black liner looks too harsh on me. This technique makes it doable.

  10. Hi Lisa, I just love all your tutorials! Was wondering if you would do a bit more tutorials for Asian faces?
    Sometimes the color is not ideal for most Asians and I'm sometimes a bit frustrated.
    Cheers! Love you!

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