This YouTube beauty guru walks us through her routine
Make-up artist Lisa Eldridge, who counts Alexa Chung, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Dua Lipa, among her clients, has changed the game. She was the first leading make-up artist to get on YouTube, allowing millions of subscribers to get an inside look at her favourite methods and products, before it became an industry norm. She was also instrumental in educating a generation of beauty lovers to try out new looks, learn about the history of make-up, and embrace their own skills. So when we heard that the iconic make-up artist was expanding her range of lip products, we were more than interested.
From lipsticks that feel like velvet, to glossy tints and densely pigmented liners, Eldridge has created a capsule collection of must-have lip products to suit every skin tone. In a candid chat, she tells Grazia about her early tryst with lipstick, and shares tips and tricks to help you pucker up.
GRAZIA: What’s your earliest memory of lipsticks?
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