Tuesday, 29 August 2017

A Charlotte Tilbury Round Up

It's been a couple of years since I last shared a brand focus for Charlotte Tilbury and even though my collection has grown, my love for the rose gold cased luxe products hasn't diminished at all. 

First up is the Filmstar Bronze and Glow, a cult favourite of many and for very good reason too. When I first got my hands on this, I really enjoyed the highlighter, but as someone who had quite oily skin back then I wasn't smitten. Now I'm obsessed, as it gives an ethereal glow to the cheekbones that isn't intense nor sheer. The contour powder is very bendable and is perfect at creating the illusion of chiselled cheekbones. 

I had a few testers of the Wonderglow and it was the main reason why I fell back in love with illuminating primers and started using them again. It really helps to minimise the appearance of pores and perks up my lacklustre skin - I'm still thinking I need to purchase a full size one. 

The Magic Foundation is the perfect full coverage foundation if you like something that will blend seamlessly into the complexion and is super natural. It's a got a demi-matte finish which conceals imperfections and smoothes the skin too.  

A concealer that is often overlooked is The Retoucher and it was a favourite of mine whilst I was using it, but as I now try and stick to just one concealer at a time, I've never gone back to pick up a new one. 

We're officially going into Dolce Vita Palette season and I'm so excited because this luxe feeling quad is great at creating a warm toned smokey eye or simply adding a wash of colour to the lid. They're super buttery to blend and can be easily used in conjunction with other eyeshadows too. I particularly reach for this during the Autumn/Winter, especially during the festive season as it's the perfect party pick. 

Aside for their quads, I feel like Charlotte Tilbury's other eye products go a little bit unloved. The Bette Eyes To Mesmerise, a golden amber is a great cream eyeshadow for dehydrated eyes and can be easily used without any tools. The Bronzed Garnet Colour Chameleon is another great offering as it's basically a smokey eye in a pencil and the red toned bronze shade is gorgeous paired with natural makeup. 

If you have to try something, I would recommend you trying out the Pillow Talk Matte Revolution Lipstick. It's the perfect nude hue and I've shared a whole blog post on it because it's that good. It looks great paired with the Pillow Talk Pencil Lip Liner which is another product I'm smitten with. Bond Girl is a shade that was one of my first Charlotte Tilbury products I owned, but I haven't got much of wear out of it lately which is a shame. 

Another product I've not got much use out of is the Cheek to Chic Ecstasy Blusher as I just have so many in my collection that this barely gets a look in. I got to the point where I was going to sell it, but decided to keep it just in case I started reaching for it again. I can't say I have yet, but I'm going to give it a little more time. 

Although my collection is extensive already, I have a few new items on my wishlist including their Moon Beach Stick Cream Blusher which looks like it'll work perfectly on my dry skin and be a great addition to my makeup bag. I also have my eye on their Hollywood Lips Liquid Lipsticks and Hollywood Beauty Light Wand because they look too dreamy to miss! 
What are your favourite Charlotte Tilbury products?

If a product is marked with a * it is a PR sample. This post contains affiliates. 
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