I feel like Charlotte Tilbury's products are always ahead of the curve and offer something unique.



I’ve been a Charlotte Tilbury fangirl since day 1 of this blog.  If you want to see some VERY old and embarrassing content, check out this review about the first ever Charlotte Tilbury products I purchased HERE.

It’s not exactly surprising the brand has grown from strength to strength over the last few years.  I feel like her products are always ahead of the curve and offer something unique.  For example, the Hollywood Lips is hands down the most hydrating liquid lip I’ve tried and outranks every other one on the market.  The Dry Sheet Masks are another amazing and revolutionary product, you can catch a full review of it HERE.



The Filmstar Bronze and Glow palette was one of the first products she launched and enjoyed rave reviews.  Having finally tried it out, I thought I’d let you know whether it’s the worth all the hype.

Let’s be honest contour palettes are a competitive product category, just about every brand has something to offer.  I have tried my fair share of contours which has made me super particular.  I tend to stick to the same products and like something very flat with a cool undertone.



Although this is described as the Bronze and Glow contour palette in reality, the darker shade is much more of a bronzer than a contour.  It has a blend of pearlescent flecks and offers more of a sunkissed look than a shadowy look.  As a bronzer it is great but it’s a little misleading to refer to it as a contour.

I only have good things to say about the highlighter.  Without a shadow of a doubt, this is absolutely stunning.  If you want to glow but stay on the subtler end of the highlight spectrum, you can’t do better than this one.  It has Light Flex Technology which captures and reflects the light.  It also blends and builds really beautifully.



At £49 it is pricey but if you’re looking for a sunkissed glow, you can’t do better than this palette.  With Summer coming up this is a perfect duo.  Admittedly, it’s not a contour and highlight palette in the conventional sense but the overall quality and finish of the product speaks for itself.

If you’d like to catch more of my Charlotte Tilbury product reviews, you can catch my Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask Review HERE, Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Review HERE and Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick Review HERE.



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