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Not only Lisa Eldridge but her husband Robin Derrick also work in the beauty industry. While Eldridge is the world’s renowned makeup artist, her husband is the founder of the MyBeautyBrand (MBB).
MyBeautyBrand is a peer-to-peer platform that allows any individual to set up an e-store or an online store to share looks using the brand’s own cosmetics products called ‘By Me.’
Derrick claimed the brand’s production used the highest quality formulations, and as a result, the makeup is highly pigmented, textured, and affordable.
Lisa Eldridge’s husband Robin Derrick revolutionizing beauty world
In addition to Eldridge, her husband Derrick is also engaged in the cosmetics industry. His latest cosmetics business venture, MyBeautyBrand, was born in a pub.
On December 5, 2019, MyBeautyBrand was introduced, giving the beauty industry its own revamp. Peer-to-peer selling fuels the platform’s success, and the quality is top-notch.
With years of experience working in media for Vogue, The Face, and several high-end clothing businesses, Robin realized he was tired of using influencers for product promotion.
His solution to the problem was MyBeautyBrand, a brand-new platform that gives users free rein to express themselves.
Anyone can set up a store and upload images of themselves wearing MBB outfits with products they already know and adore. Anyone who visits your page may see the products that have been utilized, and you can get a commission if they make a purchase.
The former creative director of British Vogue said, “I often think: ‘Why isn’t everybody their own beauty brand?’ Everybody is a tool for self-expression. Everyone can have a My Beauty Brand store and Everybody can own a part of the company,” to Dazed Digital.
Who is Lisa Eldridge’s husband, Robin Derrick?
Derrick is a British fashion, portrait, flower, and still life photographer who served as the creative director of British Vogue.
Derrick, 60, was an A-level student at Filton Technical College, England. He was inspired when he entered a lecture and discovered an issue of Vogue from October 1976 with a cut-glass logo and a simple red cover on his desk.
His editorial client list included Vogue, Glamour, 10 Magazine, GQ, Dolce Vita and Lux, Nestle, Levis, Umberto Giannini, and Bacardi are some of his advertising clients.
Furthermore, he has co-edited three photography books, Unseen Vogue: The Secret History Of Fashion Photography and People in Vogue: A Century of Portrait Photography, and has shown his own work.
He is a two-time recipient of the PPA Magazine Designer of the Year Award.
How old is the famous makeup artist Lisa Eldridge?
The leading makeup artist Eldridge is 55 years old and will soon be 56 on October 26. Per her Wikipedia page, she was born on October 26, 1996.
Eldridge was born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, before relocating to Liverpool, the United Kingdom, with her family.
When she was six years old, she became interested in makeup after finding a box of her mother’s vintage Mary Quant and Coty cosmetics from the 1960s.
When Eldridge was a teenager and handed a book on stage makeup, her interest in the subject grew, and she subsequently decided to pursue a career as a makeup artist.
Eldridge enrolled at Complexions in a course on photographic makeup artistry, started developing her portfolio, and finally joined a makeup agency.
The artist had her big break when she was hired by Elle magazine to collaborate with the model Cindy Crawford.
Lisa Eldridge. (Source: lisaeldridgemakeup/Instagram)
Her work has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Pop, Love, Allure, Glamour, Elle, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese Vogue, and many more.
The Business of Fashion in 2013 included Eldridge as one of the individuals “Shaping the Global Fashion Industry” in their Fashion 500 list.
In October 2015, the makeup artist published the book Face Paint: The Story of Makeup, research on the history of makeup which quickly became a New York Times bestseller.
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