REVEALED: The new palette from the Charlotte Tilbury and Beautylish collaboration
The secret is out as two beloved brands collab for one jaw-dropping palette that comes out this week!
This is one of those moments where two of your favourite singers feature on a song together and you can't help but just fall in love, except this time, it's top-dog makeup brands Charlotte Tilbury and Beautylish, which have worked together to create the ultimate holiday palette to serve all your makeup needs.
Beautylish states that its mission is to "find exceptional products" and it has teamed up with Charlotte Tilbury to create the ultimate palette. It comes with three eyeshadows, two blush shades, a bronzer and a highlighter.
It's every smokey-eye girl's dream with the perfect transition brown, versatile shimmer and sultry black shadows to nail the look. It contains a shimmery bronzer and two blush shades: Pop with pink undertones and Swish with bronzier tones for those who don't like a super harsh blush. However, the part that has fans screaming "YAS" with excitement is the best-selling highlighter Bar Of Gold that has been turned into a pressed pigment form.
And the good news just keeps coming! The palette will be available from this Thursday 12 October. Try not to wait too long, though, as it seems the Charlotte Tilbury and Beautylish palette will be pretty popular. Plus, it's limited edition. Good things must come in threes because you can receive free shipping on Beautylish for orders over US$50.
The creation of a well-renowned beauty site and a best-selling makeup brand like Charlotte Tilbury, which is worn by celebrities such as Khloe Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow, definitely means that this palette will be no joke.
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