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The Best Makeup Tutorials On the Internet

In my opinion, some of the best {or at least my favorite} makeup tutorials on the web are by the adorably fabulous ladies {and sisters}, Sam & Nic at Pixiwoo.com. While they occasionally do makeup on others, I’m mostly drawn to the tutorials where they apply the makeup to their own faces {and their British accents make them all the more glamourous to watch}.

From basic makeup instructional how-to’s, natural looks to party makeup, halloween costumes and celebrity looks, all of Pixiwoo’s tutorials are honest, extremely informative and vert helpful, as well as categorized meticulously, making them easy to sort through to find what you need. They almost always begin with bare faces and walk the viewer through each makeup step as they apply it to their own face… and I just love watching them. They also list all the products they use in each tutorial under each video in the about section on YouTube to make it easy to find and buy any of the products they featured.

Below is a great Angelina Jolie Makuep Tutorial on cat eyes… {where she examines the difference between her own narrow eyes and Angelina’s rounder eyes, and demonstrates how to make the look work best on your own eyes}

 

And even though they tend to do tutorials using a little more makeup than I normally wear, I learn something new each time I watch, {and not only/always makeup related} and I love that about them too.

I also love these Supermodel & Bond Girls makeup tutorials as well as this Prom Makeup Victoria’s Secret Style.

Pixiwoo offers a new free monthly magazine that I just subscribed to, which you can subscribe to here.

I may be biased, because I think they’re the best, but who are some of your favorite makeup gurus on YouTube and/or the internet?

Find Maegan Tintari at …love Maegan daily for style secrets, hair tutorials, fashion trends, DIYs, home decor and more. {Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram}

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