Makeup Artist Jeanine Lobell Talks Beauty, Age and ‘the Sisterhood’
Celebrities have trusted Jeanine Lobell with their faces for more than 20 years. What keeps her coming back? Helping women feel confident. Produced for @allure with @olay. #ageless.
Released on 12/1/2015
[Michelle] How old were you--
[Michelle] when you first started wearing makeup?
We used to get on the bus in the morning
and put our makeup on, 'cause my mom
wouldn't let us wear makeup.
And I'd put on way too much makeup,
and your mouth would be glued together, practically.
Do you feel like you've learned anything
about beauty from your daughters?
How much pressure there is on them
to be unauthentic, in a way.
Again, I think it comes back to being comfortable
Like they don't need to paint somebody else's face on,
So you're known as the skin person in the industry
because so many of the celebrities who you work with
look completely ageless.
How do you tell them to take care of what's underneath
You have to use SPF, you have to use moisturizer,
you have to exfoliate so it can go in your skin, and
it's just a good habit, like you brush your teeth,
you put on your sun protection, you put on your moisturizer,
it just has to be part of what you do every morning.
And I often give people products too, I'm like,
here, this is what you should use.
How have you managed to maintain those client
relationships through the years?
Being real, I'm a very real person, and I tell the truth.
For me, the sisterhood is really important.
I've had relationships with people for 15 years.
I keep doing work because I love what I do.
Our job is to put some self-confidence
and put some good in there.
[Michelle] That's great.
[Jeanine] Besides just lipstick.
And a little lipstick too.
And a little lipstick.