LOTD Featuring Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar & Loveybelle Brushes
As mentioned in my previous post, here’s a look I created with Loveybelle brushes. The look features one of my current new favourites – the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow palette. I got this palette sometime back and have been loving it to bits. Will do a more detailed review at a later stage. Meanwhile, I will show you how you can use the palette not only to sculpt and highlight but also on the eyes.
For the eyes:
- First, I used the Loveybelle dual eyeshadow brush to pack on the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstart sculpting colour all over the eyelid.
- Followed with Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar highlight shade to highlight the brow bone.
- Line the eyes with a bright blue eyeliner to give the eyes a pop of colour. Here, I used the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliner in Electric.
- I then used the pencil eyeshadow brush from Loveybelle to smudge out the liner.
- To complete the eyes, I used the synthetic lip brush to lightly smudge out the black eyeliner which I used to line my waterline.
For the Face:
- Since there isn’t a flat ita lookalike brush, I decided to improvise and used the flat foundation brush to sculpt my cheeks.
- I the followed with the angled brush to blend out the line so that it looks more natural, without any traces of harsh edges.
- The powder brush is perfect for blush, it is so soft and packs on colour evenly. Here, I’m using the Hourglass Ambient Blush in Diffused Heat (which I need to review).
- Finally, finish off by highlighting the top of my cheekbones with the same angled brush I used for contouring. The Charlotte Tilbury highlight powder is so bright and lovely.
This is a look that I have been wearing a lot lately because it is so simple and you can always change up the colour of the eyeliner. It is awesome for days when you want to look well put together but not overly made up.
Thanks for reading. Have a lovely work ahead.