Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter

Happy Easter everyone! 

Recently I was invited down to Charlotte Tilbury in Selfridges The Trafford Centre, Manchester to have a make over using their latest product the Hollywood Flawless Filter! 
I think as you get older you become more conscious of what you put onto your skin and it becomes a lot more important so I'm always up for testing good new branded products.
 If you haven't heard of Charlotte Tilbury's moisturising Magic Cream you need to try a sample, the way it makes your skin feel is just angelic. Nicole (who was doing my make-up) applied this first, followed by Youth Glow which is an anti-ageing, colour correcting, glow booster - It works as a serum and a primer, and then the newest product Hollywood Flawless Filter, you can do four things with it!


My Finished look!

Basically you can use it however you want too! It's a customisable complexion booster with the versatility of a primer, the glow of a highlighter and the perfecting properties of your favourite digital filter. You can wear it on its own, underneath foundation or as a highlighter.

Blusher, gold eye cream shadow, youth glow serum & Hollywood Flawless Filter

For my eyes a gold cream eyeshadow was applied called Eyes to Mesmerise in colour Bette. For blusher Cheek to Chic swish & pop blusher was used in First Love. I brought home all of the products I've mentioned here (pictured above) and can't wait to have a go at using them myself!
Here is the finished makeup look - a natural glam look! (no filter)

You can redeem a sample of the Hollywood Flawless Filter when you book a consultation at any Charlotte Tilbury make up counter! There is also currently a Competition to win £100 worth of skin care through Instagram - to enter simply upload a selfie wearing the Hollywood Flawless filter or a photo of the physical product, use the hashtags #CTHOLLYWOOD #CTTRAFFORD so your entry can be found! The competition closes on 30th April and will be announced personally via DM.

Gabrielle X




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