ASOSERS DO: CHARLOTTE TILBURY
By Amelia Bell, 7 October 2020
Stop what you're doing! After selling out in (probably) record time, Charlotte Tilbury's seriously hyped Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara is back in stock! In case you haven't heard, everyone is seriously buzzing about this one. It gives you instant volume, length and a 24-hour lifted effect... kinda like you've just applied some falsies, or been in the salon for an hour getting some eyelash extensions 💁♀️ To celebrate this *very* exciting new arrival, some of the brand’s biggest fans (AKA our lovely ASOSers) have created their fave looks using the mascara, alongside some iconic CT products, including those cult eyeshadow palettes, Magic Away Liquid Concealer, Feline Flick Eyeliners and loads more. Keep scrollin' if you're searching for some fresh makeup inspo and all the tips and tricks for creating these tried-and-tested looks at home...
Morgan Brennan, Social Media Executive
“First up, I moisturised my face and used the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Away Liquid Concealer to cover a few pesky spots and brighten up any dark circles under my eyes. Then, I used a small amount of the Hollywood Flawless Filter Foundation (shade Light/Medium 3). I love this foundation because it evens out any redness and gives even coverage, while still letting my freckles come through. On my eyes, I used the Feline Flick Eyeliner for a dark outline – I don't use eyeliner often so it's a fun change when I do! I then had load of fun with the Pillow Talk Luxury Eyeshadow Palette Of Pops on my eyelids, blending all the gorge colours and experimenting. And, of course, I finished it off with some Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara, et voila!”
Ebony Renee Baker, Writer
"It’s actually really hard for me to choose a favourite product from this look because I was pretty impressed with all of them 👏🏽 I’m someone who doesn’t wear a lot of makeup, so the Magic Away Liquid Concealer (used here in shade Tan 9) is definitely going to be my go-to when it comes to keeping my under-eyes in check before I run out the door. Since my general makeup motto is ‘less is more’, I was pumped to try the ‘Date’ eyeshadow set in the Pillow Talk Instant Eye Palette series. It consists of three pinkish-brown shades that are minimal but they still pop. For those wondering, the pigment was strong going on (and didn’t require a million layers). I also used the Feline Flick Eyeliner and Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara. Let’s just say the hype you’ve heard about this mascara is worth it. 10/10 would recommend! 😍"
Inca Marargh, Assistant Buyer - Makeup Brands
"I only really go for neutral eyeshadow looks, so the Charlotte Tilbury Exagger-Eyes Palette in Rose Gold is the most gorgeous everyday palette for me! To begin with, I applied the matte brown shade (the perfect base shade for any eyeshadow look) over my lids and through the crease to create a smokey, warm eye look. I then dusted the bronzed shimmer shade over the top – I didn’t want a heavy glitter look, so I used a fluffy eyeshadow brush to just sweep the glitter over the top. If you’re after a more intense glitter look, you can use your finger or a damp dense eyeshadow brush for extreme pigment. I then used the Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick Eyeliner (in the shade Panther) to help darken my lash line, before applying the *new* Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara, which tied the look together perfectly by lifting and volumising my lashes."
Mayada Khammu, Designer
"I wanted to go for a day-to-date look, and create a subtle but warm smokey eye using the Pillow Talk Luxury Eyeshadow Palette. To begin, I used the Magic Away Concealer. My favourite trick is to conceal under the eye in a downward triangle motion, going close to your nose and sweeping up to the outer corner of your eye. (P.S. This concealer also creates a great base for you eyeshadow if you apply it to your lids!) Then, using a large, tapered eyeshadow brush, I started with the soft neutral shade in the Pillow Talk Luxury Eyeshadow Palette to prime my eyelids and the arch of my brow. To lift the brow, I then used the neutral with a slight shimmer, sweeping this under the arch, across my upper lid and into the inner corner of the eye. To add warmth and depth, I then used the deep brown along the crease of the eyelid, sweeping it out to the outer corner, using a small angled brush. Finally, using a short eyeshadow smudge brush, I applied the rosy-ish brown on top of the full eyelid to blend the two tones together, and then added the palette's shimmery bronze to finish the look. And, for the final touch, I added the new Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara for serious volume and defined lashes!"