We won’t mince our words here…
YouTube make-up is our friend and our foe. Many people feel like they have learnt so much from this platform, that they can be self-proclaimed make-up artists, without any practical experience on set.
At this time of #stayhome we are here to sift the wheat from the chaff when it comes to make-up tutorials. In no particular order, here are a few that are approved by the most discerning make-up artist.
1. Tina Earnshaw’s Titanic beauty make-up tutorial on Lisa Eldridge’s channel
The day before Tina filmed this, we hosted her for a make-up masterclass with the students who got to see this look up-close and ask Tina their questions.
2. Lisa Eldridge’s “No Make-up Make-up” look
Lisa is one of the finest beauty make-up artists in the business. We love how she uses very little product to create the most beautiful work. This tutorial is a masterclass in how “less is more”.
3. Stuart Bray’s Alcohol Activated Make-up Basics
Stuart Bray is a big industry name in prosthetics. We love these simple techniques that show the importance of honing your basic skills before attempting the bigger make-up effects.
4. Ve Neill – How to apply Pros Aide transfer
Ve Neill is an Oscar winning make-up artist known for her work on Robin Williams as Mrs Doubtfire. We are big fans of her work and love this tutorial.
5. Erin Parsons – Marilyn Monroe Make-up Tutorial
Erin Parsons is a fashion make-up artist on Pat McGrath’s team. Her technical skills and period accuracy in this video make for a brilliant watch!
We hope you enjoyed these brilliant tutorials. When this Covid-19 period is over, we will be open for new students. Please feel free to browse our courses and let us know if you have any queries by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org