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The Charlotte Tilbury Magic Products: The Magic Cream, Feline Flick and Filmstar on the Go
Oh my gawd. It just doesnt get much better than CT!…
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Everyone is ranting and raving about Tilbury products recently. People can not get enough of those gold bar packages and luxurious products packed inside; and I am one of these people. I own so much of her collection now, I may as well start my own shop, but it’s because I am such a huge fan of everything she loves enough to bring out for the public. You can check out my other Charlotte Tilbury reviews just here if you’re interested. The lipsticks, the palettes, the brushes. Theyre all beautiful. These four products are just a few more items I was yet to review.
The Magic Cream you have probably seen me applying in Makeup tutorials on my youtube channel, as it’s one of my everyday go-tos. One of those creams that isn’t too thin and watered down, but is not like applying plaster to your face; rather it sits in between as a luxurious cream that melts into the skin for a hydrated but not overly oily sensation. Charlotte swears by it, which is why she labelled it her Magic Cream, and it certainly does a magical job. For everyday routines, or for night times before bed, this is one of those beautiful skincare products that really lives up to expectations. Soft and smooth skin that isn’t weighed down or clogged, containing anti-age ingredients and hyaluronic acids for a water boost. Bear in mind, the little ones you can see above are only sample sizes. The full product is a beautiful tub with a golden lid and lots of product tucked inside.
This is the type of eyeliner I love. A thin foam nib with a perfectly pointed tip, for that feline flick of dreams. The colour payoff is a brilliant black and you can draw either super thin or more fuller black lines with this type of pen. I find eyeliners with hair nibs are so much more difficult to use, as the hairs tend to veer off in alternative directions. A foam nib stays in one position and shape and will help you form that precise line. It’s definitely a brilliant pen. Would I say its the best pen ever and my must have essential? Probably not. That position is always given to Eyeko usually. Yet, this is a pen I leave in my makeup purse for on-the-go touch ups and I would be very eager to recommend.
These filmstar palettes were brought out for the girl who loves to keep a palette in their purse for those essential touch ups, and aims to keep their products to a minimum. These palettes work in a number of ways, enabling you to carry a number of products with you in just this little box. Not only is the packaging absolutely stunning, but it also holds a full mirror for when you need to reapply your lippy on the bus. The top shade can be used as a cream eyeshadow, rubbed all over the lid with your ring finger for an off-duty, rolled out of bed and still look extremely sexy, kind of look. You know the one. Whilst the shade below can be doubled as a cheek and lip stain, this time in a lipstick formulation. This can again be used with your finger for a touch and go application that leaves you looking like a filmstar. In theory. Of course you can also use brushes, but the cool thing is that theyre supposed to be quick, handy, easy and amazing. If you’re after a smokey rich bronze, then Breakfast at Tiffanys is your palette, whilst All about Eve gives a forrest green toned bronze with a more subtle payoff. The lip colour in All About Eve is also more coral toned, to match the colours in the shadow. Stunning.
Which is your favourite Tilbury product, or which are you desperate to try? There are still one or two products Im yet to try out!
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