March 18, 2020

3 Must-Try YouTube Beauty Tutorials

Rocking your sweats and going make-up free is one of the perks of social distancing, but on the flip-side, this time can also be an opportunity to step up your beauty game. Spending your time at home perfecting your makeup and hair skills beats boredom and will pay off when we’re able to go out again or even when you’re having a much-needed FaceTime hangout with your friends. —Jeanine Gordon

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winged liner. Cat-eye liner seems to be the every-girl’s makeup challenge that we all desperately want to master. We love this classic look that gives us major Audrey Hepburn vibes while still looking completely modern and chic. YouTube makeup expert Joanna Spicer has the winged liner look down pat and shares her insider knowledge on how to get the perfect cat eye every time.

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contouring. Beauty guru CC Clarke serves up the modern girl’s guide to contouring by sharing her makeup routine with the masses. This contouring tutorial is updated to reflect a more natural approach that moves away from the heavy, “reality-star” looks of the past. We love this easy video that touches on contouring do-nots along with the must-dos.

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beachy waves. Bed head be gone! Vlogger Alanna Davison has the hair we all want—effortless beachy waves that are perfectly undone, and she’s teaching us how to get our locks to look like this, sans the actual beach or salon visit. Follow along as Davison expertly wields a curling iron and gives you all the tips, tricks, tool, and products you need to nail this style yourself.


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