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L’Oréal – Infallible Foundation – Porcelaine 15:
Lancôme – Foundation Brush #2:
ZOEVA – Stippling Face Brush :
Laura Mercier – Secret Camouflage – SC1 :
ZOEVA – Cream Shader – 233:
Chanel – Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Tom Ford – Eye Colour Quad – Cocoa Mirage:
Paula Dorf – Sheer Crease Brush:
Maybelline – Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24h – Black:
Cass Art – Artist Paint Brush:
Stila – Double Ended Smudge Brush #28:
Hourglass – Calligraphy Liquid Eyeliner – Ebony:
theBalm – Meet Matt(e) Nude Eyeshadow Palette:
Charles Fox – Brush 81460/03:
MAC – Blending Brush – 217:
Shu Uemura – Eyelash Curlers:
Lancôme – Hypnôse Drama – Excessive Black:
Ardell – Duralash Flare Individual Lashes – Medium Black:
Ardell – Duralash Flare Individual Lashes – Short Black:
Duo – Eyelash Adhesive – Clear or Black:
Tweezerman – Satin Etched Zebra Slant Tweezer (discontinued):
Stila – All Day Precision Glide Brow Pencil Medium / Black:
Anastasia – Brow Powder Duo Ebony:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Brush – S :
Guerlain – Terracotta 4 Seasons Bronzing Powder – Sheer Blonde:
Charlotte Tilbury – Powder & Sculpt Brush:
Revlon – ColorStay Lip Liner – Red :
Urban Decay – 24/7 Lip Pencil – Bang:
Lancôme – L’Absolu Rouge – Rouge Odyssée 150:
MAC – Lip Brush – 316:
Urban Decay – Afterglow 8-Hour Powder Blush – Fetish :
theBalm – Mary-Lou Manizer:
MAC – Fan Brush – 207 (discontinued)mac:
MAC – Lip Pencil – Plum:

My Makeup
Lipstick – Tom Ford – Lip Colour Matte – First Time
Eyeshadow – Bourjois – Smoky Eyes Trio Eyeshadow – Mordore Chic:
Lancôme – Grandiôse Mascara – Black:
Nails – OPI – Nail Envy – Bubble Bath:

Thank you to:
Angelo Seminara using Your Hair Assistant products by Davines

Jessica McCormack for the emeralds and diamonds.

And actress Laura Jean Marsh at Vison Model Management.

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50 replies
  1. Roller Girl
    Roller Girl says:

    Everyone in the comments is saying this model should consider changing her hair from light to dark but I’d almost bet she is a natural blonde, Swedish maybe? Because she has almost no pigment in her hair/face (like me). She’s quite pretty.

  2. Marta, the Cereal Killer
    Marta, the Cereal Killer says:

    It’s funny cause I went to make up school, and my teacher was an old school Make up artist, and the techniques that you and her use are so similar. Those so called MUAs are all about blending and using eyeshadow and a ton of products but your technique is so much more about less products, and more art. I love your videos and wish you all the best

  3. Oceannaa Anderson
    Oceannaa Anderson says:

    This model looks outstanding with the dark hair and brows. I feel the blonde draws her out. She doesn't look exactly like Liz Taylor , but this is definitely a good look for her and really draws into her face more. She's beautiful. Wonderful transformation

  4. Truth Serum
    Truth Serum says:

    "Any girl born with a double set of eyelashes is born to be a star." I missed my chance! I have a double set of eyelashes…Discovered by my aesthetician when I turned 40.

  5. evelyn baron
    evelyn baron says:

    This was a lovely informed tutorial and it's wonderful to be inspired by someone. On Elizabeth Taylor's side as a human being, some of her best work was in performances in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf where she definitely hung out in track suit bottoms and as a drinking companion to Richard Burton gained a LOT of weight etc. She was a tireless campaigner to fund research for AIDS and had a wicked sense of humour. I met her briefly in Toronto where she was filming something with Carol Burnett and was unconsciouably (sp sorry) contemptuous and rude to every one around her. By contrast, this behaviour did not manifest in Carol Burnett's treatment of the people on the set. I love the scene in All About Eve when Bette Davis has cold cream all over her face and looks like something the cat dragged in. She still dominated the scene because of her innate panache. I am blithering on because too much is made of what we think of as beauty; real talent and innate charisma gets lost. I don't mean to detract from your brilliant tutorial; just a comment on being a woman. Best wishes!

  6. Grace Corbello
    Grace Corbello says:

    I simply adore your video. The model's transformation was incredibly astonishing she was the perfect candidate for Mrs Elizabeth.😍💗🌹👏👏👏

  7. Laurel
    Laurel says:

    It's called distastia when you have double eyelashes. One of your parents have to have it. Not carry the gene, but actually have it. It is also associated with heart defects. Most people with it have to have them removed because they go into the eye.

  8. Odd Eyes94
    Odd Eyes94 says:

    The first movie I ever saw Elizabeth Taylor in a movie was National Velvet when I was around 8 or so. I loved that movie as a child and still do at 25. I used to laugh, because my last name is also, Taylor. Go figure.😶

  9. Legendary Vocalists
    Legendary Vocalists says:

    Lisa, would do a video on Barbra Streisand's makeup? She had phenomenal cut creases, and her contouring and highlighting were as beautiful and sometimes as intense as today's

  10. aasigraa
    aasigraa says:

    I actually never liked the look of Elizabeth Taylor. I think I'm quite unique in that I think, which I never understood. But it's just too harsh, to severe and aging I think. :p Stunning transformation here though and perfect replication! :D.

  11. Sabina Talic
    Sabina Talic says:

    Dear Lisa, ❤
    I really enjoy watching your videos because you can learn so much from them: about the history of make-up, abot the famous beauty icons and their tips, interesting stories behind the scenes, and the most precious to me of all -> how to still look like yourself and not like an imitation of someone else or like a doll.
    As a big fan of old films can you please consider making a make-up tutorial about the 1930s glamour icons Carol Lombard or Jean Harlow? 💄
    Thank you so much for creating such wonderful videos! 💋

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