Charlotte Tilbury Eyes To Mesmerise 

Hi 

It’s so close to Christmas now, I feel like it’s just flying in. Today I’m going to review the Charlotte Tilbury Eyes To Mesmerise in the shade NORMA JEAN. I have been lusting over this gorgeous product for so long and finally bought it last weekend. Ever since buying it I have wore it nonstop, now that the Christmas party season is here I’m definitely planning on wearing it lots more. 


First of all the packaging is beautiful and looks and feels very luxurious, like all Charlotte Tilbury products. 


I got the shade NORMA JEAN which is described as a “sparkling pink champagne.” It’s a metallic finish light warm beige. This shade is very stunning and on medium to dark skin tones, this would look amazing as brown bone and inner corner highlight or a gorgeous pop of metallic sheen on the lid. I’m a pale girl so this was a perfect light champagne shade but still highlights the inner corner really nice. The pigment is very rich and can be used as a sheer wash sparkle on the lid or can be pigmented on the lid (I prefer using my finger for more pigment). The staying power on this product is very good lasted the whole entire day, but it does crease. It takes a while for it to completely set and dry, it doesn’t crease a lot but the only way I found to stop this is by setting it with a powder on top. Only problem is you lose the beautiful metallic sheen or another way to stop creasing is, to keep your eyes closed until it has dried, which can be quite annoying( but worth it!) 


Even though there is a slight creasing problem I think this product is worth it. It feels luxurious and makes your eyes look so gorgeous and has the amazing sheen that really catches the light. I would recommend trying out this product just stunning and  I simply can’t get enough of it.

5 Comments

  1. December 9, 2016 / 11:57 pm

    Sooo pretty!!! I’d love to see you do a look with this 🙂

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