Here for the holidays only: Charlotte Tilbury’s cult-favorite bronzer and highlighter duo in a limited edition case embellished with Swarovski crystals. Filmstar Bronze & Glow is Charlotte’s secret to red-carpet cheekbones and sculpted, lifted features. It comes with a mini powder brush for easy application on the go.
Apply the Sculpt shade to the areas you want to define, such as the hollows of your cheeks, temples, jawline, and the sides and tip of your nose. Blend it in well. Next, apply the Highlight shade on top of your cheekbones, down the center of your nose, your cupid’s bow, and browbone for a candlelit complexion.
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Gorgeous! Charlotte Tilbury certainly knows how to make women happy! This little beauty will brighten my day every day.
I have tried dozens of bronzer and contours but i always go back to this. The tone of the bronzer is a perfect neutral and the highlights is just divinely natural. I have finished one these palettes and purchased my 2nd. However, with this beautiful package and a travel contour brush by just adding 6usd...i just needed this. Im quite set for a few years with my 2 CT palettes!
First off -- the packaging is gorgeous. The pics don't do it justice. However, the design is on a thick sticker-like material (those tiny crystals aren't embedded in the metal casing).
The brush -- it looks bigger than it really is. I've shown it against my apple pencil so you get a sense of the size. The bristles are soft (but not chikuhodo soft).
The bronzing powder -- a nice (but not perfect) combination of matte/sheen. I'm very fair (usually the 2nd/3rd lightest foundation shade. The bronzer's color pay off is nicer than the highlighter. Although I can't imagine anyone with a darker skin tone to see much pay off... The highlighter could be a little more highlightery...more sheen, more sparkles.