Monday, 30 May 2016

Charlotte Tilbury Foundation Review

Charlotte Tilbury Foundation Review
Charlotte Tilbury is a brand that has exploded onto the beauty scene in recent years. Known for her incredible talent and long list of celebrity clients, Charlotte has successfully applied her industry secrets into a stunning collection of skincare and makeup, all beautifully wrapped in rose gold packaging for good measure. 
Since the launch I've been sold on quite a few products, and while I still haven’t quite made my way through the entire collection, there isn’t one so far that has disappointed. One of the most talked about products though, has to be the Magic Foundation which launched at the end of last year. Since that time I've read countless reviews on this miracle foundation so decided to give it a go myself. Having already owned the Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder Foundation for quite a while I was keen to see how the two compared.
Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation
The Magic Foundation is true to the hype; it offers a flawless coverage without feeling heavy on the skin unlike most full coverage foundations. The wearability is great, it lasts all day and evening without creasing or needing to be touched up. The only downside is that I find it can stick to any dry areas of skin, however this is easily fixed with Charlotte’s Magic Cream - this stuff really is the closest thing to magic! If you're looking for perfectly flawless skin that still feels like skin, this is definitely a foundation to consider.
While I was impressed with the Magic Foundation, I have to say that my heart still lies with the Light Wonder Foundation. Controversial stuff I know! The Light Wonder is exactly that - it leaves my skin feeling light, bright and dewy while still offering a medium coverage. It certainly doesn't leave my skin as flawless as the Magic Foundation but if you're into that youthful, golden goddess glow this foundation is perfect!
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