The Best Makeup Tutorial Artists on Youtube, Part 2

Want more of the best makeup tutorials on YouTube? Check out our first list!

Makeup Tutorials on YouTubeI love makeup tutorials. I love creating them and I love learning from others’. After all, no matter how good you are at makeup, you can always get better. Practice makes perfect!

Well, after I made a list of the 5 best makeup tutorial artists on YouTube a few years ago, I asked my readers for suggestions on other great makeup channels. Boy howdy, I got a lot of responses!

Now, I’ve gathered five more artists based on your suggestions. Use these makeup tutorials to get even better!

xSparkage

Leesha of the xSparkage blog is two things: super adorable and really good at makeup tutorials. She posts some really great tutorial videos every few Tuesdays, plus beauty reviews and other cool stuff. And did I mention she’s adorable?

Here, Leesha demonstrates the bright pink/red eye shadow look from the Catching Fire trailer:

petrilude

I’d be lying if I said I never got makeup inspiration from a drag queen. I mean, really, they know how to apply some foundation! While there are a fair amount of guys wearing makeup on YouTube, I like petrilude for the sped-up makeup transformations.

Here, you can see how masterful he is at contouring and applying some seriously smoky eye shadow:

Mother.MakeUp.MuffinTop (aka danalajeunesse)

In the mood for some extreme YouTube makeup tutorials? While Mother.MakeUp.MuffinTop has some more traditional eye shadow tutorials, she’s the best at her extreme looks. So, if you want a cool look for Halloween, she’d be the person you’d turn to.

Here, you can see her create an awesome green and black swirly look that would be perfect for an evil fairy costume:

Bubzbeauty

Most of the makeup tutorials on Youtube feature super bright, vibrant looks or crazy dramatic dark creations. But what if you want to get better at everyday makeup instead? I recommend Bubzbeauty. She has pretty and subtle eye makeup tutorials that can improve both beginners and those with experience.

Here, she creates a subtle smoky look inspired by rainy weather:

Jordan Liberty: Give Good Face

Professionally made videos. Makeup tutorials for all kinds of people. So many awesome tips. That’s what you get with Jordan Liberty’s YouTube channel. He’s a great makeup artist and he demonstrates his skills on many different models. It feels like a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the runway makeup world.

Here, he creates a romantic look in this bridal makeup video:

What do you think? Are you going to try these makeup artists’ tutorial videos?

If you haven’t seen your favorite YouTube makeup artist in this or the original list, I’d love to hear your suggestions in the comments!

Trisha

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4 Comments

  1. I love Leesha and Petrilude, they’re so lovely and creative! I didn’t know the others, but I’ll definitely check them out, thanks!

  2. I love Leesha and Petrilude too, they know their stuff! I don’t watch YouTube much these days, but I always watch Lisa Eldridge’s videos. Her voice is so soothing, and it’s just nice to watching someone who’s an industry pro, know what I mean? 🙂

  3. ugh, what is going on with my ability to speak properly today LOL. Watch. Not watching.

  4. I love these tutorials, another way to explore and experiment! hihihihi 🙂

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