Beauty product of the week: Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame lipstick
A dusty dark pink that looks great on darker skin.
Why we love this product
Anyone who's tried Charlotte Tilbury lipstick can vouch that they are some of the best on the market.
The Matte Revolution range is genuinely one of the only matte lipstick products that isn't dry and doesn't peel and flake off after an hour of wear. The lippies are enriched with extracts from the Lipstick Tree and from Orchids which is what makes them hydrating and soft instead of dry.
My favourite by far from this range is the shade "Walk of Shame". It is a stunning dusty-pink shade that is a little bit red, a little bit bronze and a little little bit brown. But what's amazing about this shade is that it really does look great on all skin tones. The Charlotte Tilbury website offers pictures of 10 different coloured models all wearing the lipstick so you can see how it works well on everyone.
I personally have quite pigmented browny lips and I find this natural tone often turns pink lipsticks mauve - which is a truly awful colour for me. I find it really hard to find lipsticks that suit me.
But this one does and I'm in love. I recommend it to anyone and everyone looking for a glamorous, wear-everywhere shade.
At $49, this is certainly not the most affordable product on the market. I think it is probably a bit overpriced, but since it's one of the only non-drying matte lipsticks, you can charge what you want and people will still buy it.
Where you can buy it
Australians can by this lipstick on the Charlotte Tilbury website or you can get it at Nordstrom. Nordstrom works using daily pricing conversion so depending on the day you buy, so it may be cheaper than $49 but it could be more expensive.
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