[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] It won’t have escaped anyone’s notice that there are literally hundreds of options from this brand! I’ve tried to drill it down to a small selection that gives an overview but I have one or two more options for a bit later in the month.
I love a set – anything in a box basically because I like to wrap as nicely as I can and boxes are the dream for the finished effect! The Pillow Talk On The Go set is a limited edition make up set with a value of £53, containing a Colour Chamelion Eye Pencil in Pillow Talk (a pink toned golden buff shade), a small Life Effect Mascara, a lip liner and a mini lipstick in Pillow Talk.
I’m still not convinced by that brush but everyone else seems to get along okay with it. I feel that this is an easy win based on Charlotte Tilbury best sellers with the advantage of a new Colour Chamelion – it really is your eyes and lips done in one easy box. It’s £39 HERE.
Next up, the Easy Smokey Eyes To Hypnotise Set that contains two of my favourite eye pencils in Cosmic Gold and Black Smoulder, both new shades. I haven’t heard the word ‘smoulder’ in a make up context used for ages to be honest – but if you’re handy with a crayon and a bit of smudging, you’ll get a really smoky look from this combination. Personally, I’d like to use them individually and Black Smoulder has got me craving a proper Chrissie Hynde lid. I know that some have problems keeping these on the lid – they can disappear – and it’s basically lid oils that are the culprits. A bit of eye primer will help. This duo is really good value at £22 with a value of £38 and it’s HERE.
I’ve done things in the wrong order here but the Colour Chameleons are at the top of this swatch – below it is the on-line exclusive palette, Luxury Palette of Pearls.
There are two colour way options for this palette – I’ve got Cosmic Pearl which is a selection of the brand’s signature sunset shades but with the addition of a duochrome shade that to me looks violet. It’s really, really pretty and has a green shift.
It’s very wearable with that extra twist which trust me, looks gorgeous on a bare lid. When I tried this shade I found that although the green shift is there it’s more about the mauvish brown – it’s really flattering and a bit unexpected. The palette is £42 which seems a lot even though it’s a special one – it’s HERE.
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