Lisa Eldridge

Lisa Eldridge

Lisa Eldridge is a well-known makeup artist and in January 2015 she was appointed creative director of makeup at Lancome. She is a beauty blogger and YouTuber as well. Her line of lipsticks are available for purchase on her website.

https://www.lisaeldridge.com/
Overall rating
3.8
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63%
would repurchase
3.8
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Overall rating
63%
would repurchase

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Recent Lisa Eldridge Reviews

Plush True Velvet Lipstick Colour
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22 days ago

Well, here I am, back on MUA after a long hiatus. I had to come see if anyone had reviewed these lipsticks. I have bought every color from each of the 3 releases (except for Love of My Life, which I knew wasn't my kind of color). All the colors are beautiful and work well on my NC 23 skin. They are a little drying but better than most any other matte lipstick I've tried (Huda's also work great for me). I was hoping that I could just buy Lisa’s lipsticks from here on out and have the perfect little lip wardrobe and not have to fuss around looking for the perfect version of whatever color. Well, every single bullet I have used has broken at the base. Every single one. The first 3 reds, I thought I just had bad luck. I emailed the company and they replaced them all, which was very nice. I took a chance with the pinks and nudes collections, but the same thing has happened! I am 48 years old and have been wearing lipstick for a very long time. I have never had a brand do this to me before and it's very aggravating and disappointing. I love Lisa and think the world of her but I'm afraid I'm going to have to steer clear of her collections from now on.

Plush True Velvet Lipstick Colour
2.0
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22 days ago

Well, here I am, back on MUA after a long hiatus. I had to come see if anyone had reviewed these lipsticks. I have bought every color from each of the 3 releases (except for Love of My Life, which I knew wasn't my kind of color). All the colors are beautiful and work well on my NC 23 skin. They are a little drying but better than most any other matte lipstick I've tried (Huda's also work great for me). I was hoping that I could just buy Lisa’s lipsticks from here on out and have the perfect little lip wardrobe and not have to fuss around looking for the perfect version of whatever color. Well, every single bullet I have used has broken at the base. Every single one. The first 3 reds, I thought I just had bad luck. I emailed the company and they replaced them all, which was very nice. I took a chance with the pinks and nudes collections, but the same thing has happened! I am 48 years old and have been wearing lipstick for a very long time. I have never had a brand do this to me before and it's very aggravating and disappointing. I love Lisa and think the world of her but I'm afraid I'm going to have to steer clear of her collections from now on.


Plush True Velvet Lipstick Colour
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a month ago

I bought the set with Velvet Ribbon, Velvet Muse and Velvet Decade. Being a long time viewer of Lisa's videos I was keen to try these and knew she would only release a high-quality product. They didn't disappoint, but bear in mind you need to love matte lipstick to enjoy these. If you prefer a satin or moisturising finish these obviously aren't going to work for you. I'm the sort of person who prefers having just a few products that I love and are versatile than having the sort of collection where I can't see everything at once, and these have taken over my colour cosmetics routine completely for the last couple of months. Ribbon is the perfect classic red in one swipe, not as drying as Ruby Woo and easier to wear during the day than Russian Red. Velvet Decade, a chocolate brown, looks difficult to pull off in the bullet but the clever red and mauve undertones seem to make it easy to wear even at full opacity. I like it best as a lip stain though, really chic with a 90s vibe. It also looks amazing as a blush and even on the eyelids. Velvet Muse is my perfect neutral, easy-to-wear lipstick to have in my bag at all times. It's perfect as both lipstick and blush, pulling slightly warm on me and slightly more orange than pink (which I prefer). All in all, worth the £75 I spent, which granted seems a bonkers amount of money to spend in one go on lipstick, however all three of these will be used until they run out.

Plush True Velvet Lipstick Colour
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a month ago

I bought the set with Velvet Ribbon, Velvet Muse and Velvet Decade. Being a long time viewer of Lisa's videos I was keen to try these and knew she would only release a high-quality product. They didn't disappoint, but bear in mind you need to love matte lipstick to enjoy these. If you prefer a satin or moisturising finish these obviously aren't going to work for you. I'm the sort of person who prefers having just a few products that I love and are versatile than having the sort of collection where I can't see everything at once, and these have taken over my colour cosmetics routine completely for the last couple of months. Ribbon is the perfect classic red in one swipe, not as drying as Ruby Woo and easier to wear during the day than Russian Red. Velvet Decade, a chocolate brown, looks difficult to pull off in the bullet but the clever red and mauve undertones seem to make it easy to wear even at full opacity. I like it best as a lip stain though, really chic with a 90s vibe. It also looks amazing as a blush and even on the eyelids. Velvet Muse is my perfect neutral, easy-to-wear lipstick to have in my bag at all times. It's perfect as both lipstick and blush, pulling slightly warm on me and slightly more orange than pink (which I prefer). All in all, worth the £75 I spent, which granted seems a bonkers amount of money to spend in one go on lipstick, however all three of these will be used until they run out.