Easy eyes with Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon Eyeshadow Pencil

charlotte_tilbury_colour_chameleon_review - 1Since I did my Charlotte Tilbury Rebel look, with John Lewis, I cannot stop wearing the makeup products, separately. I don’t think a day has gone by without me using at least one.
From my initial hesitance, despite rave reviews, to fork out for must have items, to a wish list that is close to s best seller, I have developed an unhealthy obsession with it. and includes two shopping trips and a visit to the Charlotte Tilbury beauty boudoir in London’s Covent Garden shop.
Yes, Tilbury lives up to her “makeup magic” motto and I’ve been enchanted.
My biggest surprise was the Colour Chameleon Colour Morphing Eyeshadow Pencil.
charlotte_tilbury_colour_chameleon_review - 2I run away from eyeshadow pencils at the best of times; in fact, I believe there is only another brand that will work for me.
I got sent the pencil in Smokey Emerald, for hazel eyes. While mine are not hazel (they are light brown) and I think the colour works pretty well. I also bought Bewitching Black, perfect for easy smokey, light or dark.
charlotte_tilbury_colour_chameleon_review - 3This pencil glides amazingly and blends beautifully. I usually draw the crease, from the Middle of the eyes and use a fluffy brush to smoke it.
It takes seconds to achieve a great look, for all occasions. And it’s immovable; it will stay in place all day, no crease, no melting.
The great thing is that there are many colours and Ms Tilbury has clearly labelled them as being for day and night, as well as for your eye colour. This one, for example, is night for hazel eyes.
I do feel though, it’s good for day too, if you use a bit less and blend more. And it can be layered later on for a darker evening look.

Also works wonder on the lower lash line, and it’s easy to smoke it there too, my favourite way is with a pencil brush.

Clever, eh? Now I have at least another one my wish list: Champagne Diamonds, which I think will make a great base and highlighter.
The Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon comes in a good half a dozen colours, all designed to bring out eye colours and cost £19 each online, at stockists like John Lewis and also from the fabulous newly opened Charlotte Tilbury shop in Covent Garden, London.
At the moment there are fabulous gifts sets containing the pencil, as we as a box with five colours (including bewitching black) for you to crate amazing looks.
This post contains PR samples and items I bought. This review, however, is based on my experience with the product and reflects my honest opinion on them.

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