Blogs about Cosmetics and Makeup
Although makeup artists have begun to use Google Glass, and we see great potential in this endeavor, so far the usual YouTube channels remain the most useful way to convey information. In case you haven't found your favorite vloggers yet, we've rounded up ten worthy accounts.
If we had to choose one channel, we would leave only the video blog of makeup artist Lisa Eldridge. Lisa can teach you everything: how to wear makeup for a party, for the first meeting with your boyfriend's mom (Lady Edith's image is just right), how to quickly create long-lasting lip makeup, choose the right shade of foundation, and - no less important - wash off makeup. Eldridge puts on makeup with the right light, speaks clearly, without any slang, explains everything that needs to be explained, and generally disposes to himself.
Michelle Phan became such a popular blogger that L'Oréal offered her to launch a cosmetics line under their patronage - which Phan did. We were already surprised at the scale of her Em brand, now let's talk about the girl herself. Fan's channel has more than seven million subscribers, she was Lancôme's official video makeup artist (we believe this helped the brand rejuvenate in many ways) and has already recorded more than three hundred lessons. It is worth noting that Michelle maintains a personal blog, not without a commercial component, rather than a monograph: she intersperses the advice of a makeup artist, for example, with ideas for New Year's gifts.
The unearthly beauty of Godley does not break the viewer with crazy ideas, but it is fascinating to watch her even from an anthropological point of view - if the viewer is interested not only in her face, but in makeup as an activity. It's always fun to stare at Destiny jars; the girl does not disdain transformations into stars and loves emphatically feminine make-ups (however, with such facial features it would be strange to ignore them).