Now I know I may be a little late to the party. But these are only my second Charlotte Tilbury purchases. I know, I know. I’m a bad beauty blogger! But it wasn’t until I was in Selfridges a few weeks ago with the lovely Stephanie that I succumbed and added these two gorgeous Colour Chameleon Colour-Morphing Eyeshadow Pencils to my ever expanding makeup collection. And I so glad I did.
Not only are beautiful to look at, but they’re also beautiful to use. I love that all the shades are matched up with different eye colours. So if you want to know which colours best suit green, blue or brown eyes then you can. Although I have hazel eyes, I went rouge and picked up dark pearl which is meant for brown and Champagne Diamonds which is meant for blue eyes. But they both look good on hazel eyes so don’t be put off picking this up if you don’t have brown or blue eyes!
So if like me you’ve been toying with picked these up for a while, here are the five reasons you have to try the Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon pencils:
- If you’re anything like me with oily lids then these are a must! Once they’re on, they aren’t budging! Despite the fact most eyeshadows end up sliding off my lids during the course of the day. These stay in place for up to 10 hours or until it’s time to take off my makeup.
- If you’re a fan of shimmer then these pencils enhance shine and metallic tones better than any powder shades can. And they’re so easy to use. Just one swipe across the lid and you’re good to go.
- But they’re also fab at creating a blended smokey eye look, or just adding a hint of colour by lining your lids.
- With a creamy, buttery formula these pencils lie on top of the lids rather than being blended into the skin. Which means you don’t get any crinkles or creases with these shadows.
- And finally, they’re too pretty to not have in your makeup collection!
You can shop the post below or head to your local Charlotte Tilbury counter to try these.
What are your thoughts on the Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon pencils? Have you tried these before? What are your favourite eye pencils to use?
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