I actually thought that Charlotte Tilbury Liquid Lipsticks already existed.. but they’re fairly newly released as part of the Hollywood collection. This is a brand that makes big claims but they’re really not exaggerating when they say that the liquid lipsticks glide like a gloss and feel light as air. I’m wearing one now and can barely feel anything on my lips – and yet, I have full coverage. Impressive. The product is supposed to give you a look of fuller, wider lips – I can’t say that really happened but there is a contour element thanks to the shape of the ballet slipper brush that curves to a lip fit to give the perfect coating. It really does. Actually, this ballerina slipper shape is something you’ll see more of from lots of brands.
I have to admit that they’re not long lasters, but I’m guessing the ingredients that make them so whispy light in texture and comfortable are also responsible for not making them set like concrete on your lips. If your lips are naturally creased, these won’t make them look smoother – mine are and these aren’t flattering at all on me but very few mattes are so they’re not unusual in that.
Above: Platinum Blonde, Screen Siren, Pink Up Pink, Best Actress, Dangerous Liason.
Above: Dolly Bird, Charlotte Darling, Too Bad I’m Bad, Show Girl, Rising Star.
I think I’ve mentioned the new brush from the Hollywood Collection before – I use it all the time and it’s perfect for buffing in foundation, blush or highlighter so that it’s seamless. Weirdly, from all the new Hollywood releases, the brush is the star for me – it’s pricey at £30 but if you’re turning to it daily, it’s not so painful! It’s HERE.
The Liquid Lips are £24 HERE.
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