Okay, so it's just the lid of the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation that is coloured gold, but I couldn't resist adding this to my line up. It's one that I've been loving lately when I want a higher coverage base, but is still hydrating which is great for drier complexions.
Next up is the Sleek Solstice and Cleopatra's Kiss Highlighting Palettes, both of these quads has gorgeous shades which illuminate my cheekbones and help to deliver a strong radiant sheen. At under £10, they're an absolute steal and a highstreet gem that I recommend time and time again.
The first blusher that came to mind when I thought of this post was the Becca Split Pan and, although they're limited edition, a few of them may still be floating around. The highlighter and blusher combination is perfect for perking up the skin and adding a glow to your cheeks too. Another favourite of mine is the Hourglass Ambient Strobe Lighting Palette which I'm sure you're sick of me talking about now, so I'll keep it short and sweet. The swirled blushers add just the right amount of colour and a radiant sheen to the skin in an instant.
The YSL Nude In Private Lipstick is a rediscovery of mine that not only nourishes the lips, but adds a subtle pink shade to them which goes with my everyday makeup perfectly. Encased in gold packaging, this looks gorgeous in your makeup collection.
When it comes to glitter on my nails, I always gravitate towards Essie. Whether it's a subtle glitter on top of a pink hue or strong metallic all over, I can't help but reach for Summit Of Style or Penny Talk.
What are your favourite gold products?
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