When I first bought a product from Charlotte Tilbury I felt fancy as shit. I’d just forked out £39 for four eyeshadows, and while I used a gift voucher I’d got for Christmas, I felt good. Like, sunglass emoji good. Since then, I’ve felt fancy more than once, picking up a few bits here and there. However, two things in particular have really stood out to me and they’re something I use nearly every day. So, welcome to my best of Charlotte Tilbury.
The first item I want to talk about is the Golden Goddess Eyeshadow Quad.
This quad is perfect for travelling and sometimes when I go on holiday it is the only eyeshadow palette I will take. While it doesn’t have any matte shades (which is usually a big no-no from me!), you can easily create many looks with this tiny little palette and that gold shade (as you can probably see by the huge dent in it) is a holy grail for me! I’ve never found a gold shade of eyeshadow that is so flattering on my lids! It really does make me feel like a ‘golden goddess’.
The pigmentation of these Tilbury shadows is second to none. They’re buttery, swipe on like a dream and are so pigmented that no Fix+ is required! You’d expect quality for the forty-odd quid you spent on them, and quality is what you get! My MAC eyeshadows pale in comparison to these! I attack that gold for an all over the lid shade, a inner corner highlight, a brow bone highlight and even a cheek highlight if I’m in a pinch and it looks insane. With this and Lime Crime’s ‘Aura’, you’d need never buy a gold eyeshadow again (yet, I still do!).
My other holy grail product from Charlotte Tilbury is their Magic Foundation
which has overtaken Nars in the race for my favourite ever foundation. It’s a demi-matte formula which fits me perfectly and stays on my face all day, even in the height of summer. The shade selection is wonderful (I’m the shade 2) and it matches my skin tone perfectly, which I often find hard due to my yellowy undertones.
Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation – Foundation – Shade 3
The packaging is amazing; a frosted bottle with a white pump and a rose gold lid. Um, heart-eye emoji all around (why am I mentioning emojis so much in this post?!). It looks stunning on my vanity and stunning on my face. The formula is almost gel-like, which I really like. It means it’s easy to apply and reminds me of Bourjois’ Healthy Mix Serum, which I fell for many moons ago, but haven’t gone back to it since. Price wise, it’s not too bad either. It’s £30 for a bottle which is cheaper than Nars, and only a few pounds more expensive than MAC! I’m obsessed with this foundation and wear it every single day!
Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette – Eyeshadow – The Golden Goddess
So, those are my favourite products from Charlotte Tilbury! Next on the list is their Gold Bar highlighter! What have you tried from Charlotte Tilbury?
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