Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you'll likely be well-versed in the joys of TikTok.
It goes without saying that watching strangers dance to the remix of Louis Theroux's My Money Don't Jiggle Jiggle rap is an excellent use of your time, but if you fancy spending those TikTok hours learning some *slightly* more useful skills, the platform is full of brilliant content creators who can cater to your every makeup tutorial need.
Gone are the days of hour-long chatty 'Get Ready With Me' YouTube videos, now we're all about consuming that beauty knowledge on a thick-and-fast basis.
Here are 10 makeup artists that you really ought to follow on TikTok:
Amy Johnston is a brilliant source of inspiration for any budding MUAs out there. From a viral gothic glamour Met Gala-inspired look to 60s-inpsired neon fingerprint flowers, the artist's avant-garde creations are mesmerising to watch.
Rose Gallagher's daily tips and tricks are indispensable for makeup enthusiasts, but what's so great about her is that she even caters for those of us who often make mistakes. Her 'How to save a bad smoky eye' video is a must-watch.
The legendary makeup artist, who is no longer associated with her eponymous brand, has launched a new cosmetics line called Jones Road Beauty which is well-worth your attention. Bobbi is full of clever tips including how to pick your foundation shade, as well as a much-needed video dedicated to 'How to look better when you're tired'.
If it's Y2K eye moments that really gets you going, you'll love Alice King's Avril Lavigne-inspired smoky eye video. Plus for any Harry Styles stans in the house, she even has a tutorial based on the As It Was video.
A quick flick through makeup artist Lisa Potter-Dixon's social media pages will never fail to make you smile, but her TikTok is particularly great for her takes on new beauty launches and her latest nail looks.
Watching celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic's TikTok videos is like peeking inside the keyhole. His exclusive behind-the-scenes content showing his work featured on the likes of Kim Kardashian and Vanessa Hudgens is incredibly addictive.
Vanessa of @cutcreaser is the self-proclaimed "girl who does makeup and talks about geeky stuff". Her account is a must-follow if you're really into films and TV as loads of her looks are inspired by the best characters on-screen.
If she's good enough for Kate Moss, obviously celebrity favourite makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury was going to be more than good enough for TikTok. Having trained under industry legend Mary Greenwell, Charlotte is super watchable, plus her beauty wisdom is top quality.
TikToks by Alessandro of @mualesandro are seriously addictive. He's always trying out celebrity hero products including Kourtney Kardashian's favourite foundation – plus his thumbnails alone are so intriguing, we can help but sit back and watch.
Granted, journalist and broadcaster Sali Hughes isn't technically a makeup artist, but she still deserves a special mention on account of her wealth of unbelievably useful industry knowledge. Her eyeliner bank card hack? Complete gamechanger.
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