Our Favorite Youtube Tutorials for a Soft Glam Look

January 15, 2021
By: Tembe Denton-Hurst | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
5 Soft Glam Youtube Makeup Tutorials We Can’t Stop Watching

If you’re determined to up your everyday makeup game this year, a soft glam routine is the way to go. Whether you’re just joining video calls or hanging out with roommates, a soft, neutral smoky eye, highlighted skin and long lashes will have you looking chic and pulled together without being too over the top. Not sure where to start? We’re rounding up a few of our favorite soft glam Youtube tutorials, below. 

Wing it Out 

This tutorial from The Queen Hadassah is great for darker skin tones and walks you through, step by step, how to create the ultimate sultry glam. She keeps the skin and her lips fairly neutral, while placing an emphasis on her eyes with a thick wing.


If you have fair skin, eyeshadow can feel heavy pretty quickly. To keep your glam looking soft and subtle, follow this video from Sacheu. She focuses on warm neutrals and blending to keep the look light and fresh. 

All About the Eyes

The shimmery rosy pink look ahead is perfect for any occasion — especially Valentine’s Day. And thanks to Teni Panosian, recreating the glam is doable in under 15 minutes. If pinks aren’t for you, feel free to use her technique while swapping out the shades for burnt oranges or browns. 


This look by Giorgina Juanita is quick, easy and glamorous. It features a sultry brown eye and a neutral matte lip. Her go-to lippie happens to be one of our personal favorites, the NYX Professional Makeup Soft Matte Lip Cream in Abu Dhabi, a soft brown.

Golden Goddess

For a tutorial that gives golden hour glam, check out this video by Sarah Elizabeth. She applies bold lashes, a neutral eye and ultra-glossy lips. It’s a face beat that you can rock all year round. 

Brighten Things Up

A natural glam look with a pop of color, this style by Sydney Lilian is a go-to for days when you want to take it up a notch. The orange undertones of the eye makeup will definitely make your eyes pop — especially when you’re wearing a face mask. 

Photo: @ TheQueenHadassah

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