Lisa Eldridge – Anti Ageing Makeup tips – Foundation – Concealer – Powder – Blush Tutorial


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The products I’ve used in the film are:

Bourjois – Healthy Mix Foundation:
Chanel – Foundations – Vitalumiere:
Make Up For Ever – HD Foundation:
No7 – Lift and Luminate Foundation:

Laura Mercier – Secret Camouflage:
By Terry – Touche Veloutee:

Giorgio Armani – Micro-fill Loose Powder:
Revlon – Colorstay Pressed Powder:

Laura Mercier – Crème Cheek Colour:

Bobbi Brown – Customisable Palettes:
Sue Devitt – Powder Brush:

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As 10 Years Younger is on TV at the moment I thought I’d make a couple of films featuring a few of my Anti-Ageing Make-up tips. My ‘Eyes, Brows and Lips’ film will go up tomorrow. I have so many thoughts and ideas on youthful looking make-up (for all ages) that it was very hard deciding which ones to include, but I hope it’s helpful.

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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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  1. Hi Lisa, thanks for these nice videos – learned a lot… 🙂 Just one question: What about the throat? My face is ok, even I am almost 50, but my throat is awful – How to fake a youger throat? Thank you, Dagmar

  2. This tutorial has been life changing for me. I've adopted the less is more approach and many of the techniques that you used here. The results are great. I see them every morning in the mirror before I head out the door; people that know me ask me what's different and say I look good. I got back some of the confidence I lost as I got older. Thank you so much.

  3. I too would love an updated video on these subjects, particularly correcting products for ageing skin. thank you for doing these videos and sharing your information I really value your opinions x

  4. Hello from Brazil! A friend of mine recommended your videos and I am enjoying them. My skin is very good for my 50+ but my major problem is my cracks under my eyes and the difficulty to find the right concealer (to conceal some darkness under the eyes). I bought many but most the creamy ones enhance the cracks.
    I wonder if the one from Laura Mercier is somewhat heavy to conceal the cracks. And I don´t know if the one by Terry is easy to find in Europe or the USA.
    Can you help me?

  5. I wss really looking forward to this video from the description of it but it was more about info on skin & products Those are easier to look up then to find actual tutorials using the techniques with the makeup Hopefully in the future you will demonstrate as you speak of these things Would have been an awesome really helpful video rather than advice that could have been read about So bummed was really excited to see you demonstrate as u spoke about

  6. Why would you want to cover the wrinkles when you can remove them. Just choose a really really good moisturizer – I have been using the Made from Earth Plant Stem Cell Moisturizer (and my skin is super sensitive) and in 3 weeks I have seen a big difference….wrinkles going away and my face is like glowing !

  7. Great video.  I just happened to purchase the Laura Mercier loose powder I heard it was very light for more mature skins.  But now that you mentioned the Giorgio Armani one I wonder if I should went with that one?  Which is better loose powder?

  8. Hi Lisa, when you get a chance can you do an updated anti-ageing makeup video and what your favorite concealers are for older women. There are tons of new products out now and I'm curious what are your favorites. I'm also wondering how you would deal with ( loss of fat in the tear trough) which casts a shadow under your eye. I feel it always makes me look so tired yet I don't want to do fillers. Concealer helps a little but it only looks good from afar. Up close, I see it settling in the skin making it look so crepey. It doesn't matter what type of concealer I use -liquid, cream, super emollient, super light… it just looks dry up close.   Thanks !! I love your channel and you always give great advice.

  9. So how do you feel about bronzer/contour for mature skin?  I noticed that you don't use it in your Glowing, Youthful Day Makeup Tutorial for Mature Skin nor do you recommend it in this video.  All of the other women I watch on YouTube that are over 50 contour with bronzer, particularly the Chanel bronze universal.  I've never done contour/bronzer and am thinking that this may not be the time to start.  I'd love to know your thoughts on this.

  10. I also use the laura mercier secret camouflage concealer. I like the coverage but i personally think its to dry for under the eyes. Do u have any advice how i still can use it forcovering dark circles? Thanks 🙂

  11. Hi Lisa, I'm a big fan! I've just turned 30 and I am noticing those skin changes that you're talking about.  The number 1 think that I'm noticing is that I don't need to use powder hardly at all!  One thing that I struggle with is peach fuzz.  When I don't wear makeup, its not all  that visible, but when I wear makeup, my face looks fuzzy.  Any advice?


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