If there is one thing I love shade-wise, it’s nudes. From nude blushes to lipsticks to eyeshadows, I am all about a natural, glowy look. So it comes as no surprise that when I first laid my eyes on Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk collection, it was love at first sight.
To accompany the incredibly popular Matte Revolution Pillow Talk lipstick, the luxury cosmetics brand unveiled a Cheek to Chic blush and an eyeshadow palette in the popular shade. I managed to get my hands on the Luxury Palette and it’s everything I ever wanted it to be.
The Luxury Palette in Pillow Talk ($66) contains four complementary shimmer and matte eyeshadows that are designed to give you a romantic look. There’s a champagne pink, a matte dusky rose, a soft matte brown, and a rose gold sparkle.
This palette is so wearable and is truly the perfect everyday palette that can totally transition into night. Since the shades are all neutral it is universally flattering, meaning that anyone can wear it. The shades go on creamy and blend out nicely. My favourite combo to wear it is with the champagne pink on my lids with the soft matte brown in the crease. From there, I’ll layer the rose gold sparkle over the champagne and either use the same matte brown in the crease or the dusky rose.
I think the palette is truly a staple since the shade range in here is so wearable. If you are looking for a pretty impactful glitter, this doesn’t really give you that, it’s more of a subtle effect (even when I sprayed my brush). I don’t necessary mind thiat since the palette isn’t designed to give you a noticeable sparkle, it’s more of a subtle, I woke up like this, but didn’t, kind of look. You can also check out my IGTV to see how I created this look with the palette.
If you are looking to pick up one of Charlotte Tilbury’s Luxury Palettes, then I highly recommend this one since everything in here is so wearable and truly flattering. Just pop on a liquid liner, some mascara, and falsies, and you are all set for your eye look.
Do you own any Charlotte Tilbury eyeshadow palettes?
Please note, products provided by PR, all opinions are my own.
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