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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Charlotte Tilbury Stars In Your Eyes Palette and Link Up

 I had resolved not to buy any more eyeshadow palettes.  I used to be addicted to them - so pretty! - but found I was only using one or two shades in each one. But I couldn't resist Charlotte Tilbury's new limited edition Stars In Your Eyes palette.

It's described as four mood-enhancing eye looks to inspire love, power, happiness and confidence. Well who wouldn't want that! And like all Charlotte Tilbury makeup, it looks beautiful.

I will probably use the Love Eyes and Power Eyes shades the most. These are at the paler end of the spectrum. The colours are wonderfully soft, highly pigmented and blendable. You don't need to stick to the same colours for each sentiment, you can mix and blend them across the board. I love the shades which are gently sparkly and shimmering.

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2 comments

  1. This eye palette looks fabulous - perfect for brightening the eyes! I've been deciding whether or not to go for it. I don't really need it, but it looks great...! xx Maria

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  2. Very pretty colours. My type of pallet. Quite similar to my current Tarte one by the looks of it.

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