Thursday 30 January 2014

Quick Smokey Eye with Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon!

 Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon, colour-morphing eyeshadow pencil in Amber Haze
& Charlotte Tilbury Rock 'N' Kohl, iconic liquid eye pencil in Bedroom Black
+ Charlotte Tilbury Pencil Sharpener

Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon in Amber Haze

Hey Beauty Lovers! Slowly expanding my Charlotte Tilbury beauty collection I have made a new purchase, and this is my latest addition. Colour Chameleon eyeshadow pencil comes in eight shades to suit every eye-colour. The shade I picked up Amber Haze is actually recommended for brown eyes, but obviously bronze shades look stunning on blue eyes, making them pop, so experiment a little and don't feel like you have to stick to certain colours! Colour Chameleons can be worn without a base, applied straight to the lid, and blended with a finger in the back of a cab, that's how easy they are to use. But under normal circumstances I prefer to apply them over a neutral base as I find them a little sticky feeling on my eyelids without the base. Once you apply them, they stay put - super long-lasting with or without base, they are also very smooth and blend beautifully.

I have been wearing this exact smokey eye for the last four days in a row, that says a lot. This smokey eye is super effortless, very quick to create for those who are in a hurry and looks beautiful. So when I have practically no time for make-up, and have to be out in 10 minutes looking presentable I go for this smokey eye which involves just two products: Colour Chameleon [in Amber Haze] + Rock 'N' Kohl [in Bedroom Black]. The actual smokey eye takes no more than five minutes, which is amazing as it looks like you spent a lot more time.

So to create this look, after I prep my eyelids I then quickly apply the Amber Haze eyeshadow straight from the pencil onto the lid and under the lower lashes. Taking Sonia Kashuk blending brush I quickly blend the hard edges and apply the Bedroom Black eyeliner winging it slightly and also taking it under the lower lash-line connecting the ends for that feline flick. I make sure to blend the Bedroom Black with Amber Haze for a softer look, using the Sigma pencil brush. And that is literally it!


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