The 18 Coolest Makeup Artists You Need To Follow On Instagram
As the Director of Makeup Artistry for MAC, you better believe this man knows what he’s doing.
Lisa Eldridge is a well-known UK makeup artist. And while you’re at it, follow Lisa Eldridge’s YouTube tutorials for great skincare advice.
Because who doesn’t want their makeup done by P&G Creative Design Director, Pat McGrath?
Lottie Stannard knows how to create (and document) the pretty things in life.
Melisa Jean-Charles works makeup MAGIC on different models and utilizes bright colors to their full potential.
Gucci Westman = makeup art goddess.
If you’ve been loving (which you have) Lupita Nyong’o’s killer looks, you can thank Nick Barose. He not only documents products and his work, but he has these great posts with toys that give you beauty tips! For example, blend your blush or you’ll end up like Pikachu.
Sheri Vegas twists the conventional fresh and delicate look.
Get the cool, behind-the-scenes Fashion Week shots from Mr. Pecheux, who works his Estee Lauder makeup magic on practically every big runway show.
Roshar has some of the most dramatic looks in the game. Glow-in-the-black-light makeup FTW.
The best part about Donald Simrock’s Instagram is his dedication to Throwback Thursdays and Flashback Fridays, where he features his work on stars like Marilyn Manson, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, and many more.
If you’re looking for great before and after shoots, Alex Butler’s skills are definitely worth a follow.
Hung Vanngo’s profile has a good mix of loud and stripped down looks.
Mari Shten recently did the makeup for the cast of Orange Is The New Black, so you know, she’s cool.
Tabby Casto posts her work and other snapshots of her colorful life.
Tal Peleg’s AMAZING art shows that eyes really do tell a story—like the Princess And The Pea, or someone’s love affair with sushi.
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