Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chamelion Pencils £19
Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chamelion Pencils £19

These Colour Chameleon pencils are my absolute top pick from the Charlotte Tilbury range – they’re ingenious. Colour-picked to work with different eye colours, they literally will not budge from your lids all day long such is their staying power (with no primer, I might add).

Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chamelion Swatch
Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chamelion Swatch
Eye Swatch
Eye Swatch

You can see each pencil is marked for the eye colour it will best compliment. They’re all quite muted metallic shades using mineral gem-stone, synthetic sapphire, designed to bring out the best in your own eye colouring. I went with the programme and used the shade for brown eyes, although to be honest, I think you could be more adventurous with other colours. I pretty much can’t not wear that green and it’s ideally for hazel eyes. But, the pencils are totally impressive from start to finish. I hate to use the words ‘must-have’ but er, you probably must have one!

Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette
Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette

Straight up, I have to say that the Luxury Palette (£38) contains probably the best quality eye-shadow I have ever come across. See what I mean about saying (in previous post) you can tell this is by a make-up artist who knows make up inside out? It’s the softest, most workable texture with the smoothest possible pigment and comes in eight different colour way palettes.

Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette Swatch £38
Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette Swatch £38

This is one swipe of a brush and it’s easy to see the density of the pigment.

Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette under light
Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette under light

I’ve taken a quick pic under artificial light to pick up the shimmer.

Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick
Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick

This is another wise pick from the Charlotte Tilbury range since the cat-eye flick is going to be such a beauty trend for autumn/winter. The Feline Flick Fine Line Shodo Pen (£22) is soft, densely black and super precise for the steady-handed.

I don’t have all of the range, but a nice selection that crosses all aspects. In part 2, I’m looking at the lip and base offerings.

 

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