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Celebrity make-up artist, Charlotte Tilbury, has expanded her best-selling Pillow Talk range.
The original Pillow Talk range launched in February 2017 and quickly become a cult favourite, particularly the collection’s lipstick.
The matte, nude product has pink undertones, designed to enhance the natural hue of your lips and compliment every skin tone. Reviews on the brand’s website call it ‘the perfect nude’.
The Pillow Talk line boasts lipsticks, lip liners, eyeshadows and blush palettes; everything you need to create the perfect ‘no make-up’ make-up look.
And now, there are even more shades to chose from.
The brand has launched seven new products, including a new Instant Eye Palette, as well as two new Pillow Talk lipsticks in deeper shades to flatter all skin tones and all eye colours.
The products have already been A-list approved. Michelle Williams, Salma Hayek and Busy Philipps were just a few of the celebs to debut the new range at the Golden Globe Awards last week.
Following previous sell-out success of the Pillow Talk collection, the Yahoo UK team tried and tested all seven of the new products to see what’s worth spending on.
Shop the new Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk collection
Pillow Talk Lipstick Medium | £25 from Charlotte Tilbury
“If you’re a fan of the original Pillow Talk shade, you’ll love this update. A couple of shades darker but with the same pinky nude undertone, it’s ideal for wearing in the evening or simply when you want your lipstick to pack a little more of a punch. It’s creamy, moisturising, stays put for hours and - like all Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks - tastes delicious!”
Pillow Talk Lipstick Intense | £25 from Charlotte Tilbury
“This is Charlotte Tilbury’s deepest Pillow Talk hue to date, and yet, still manages to stay true to the berry nude tones of the collection. As the ‘Intense’ name suggests, it’s definitely a more powerful shade that lends itself to suit all skin tones. Stepping slightly away from Pillow Talk’s matte finish, it has a subtle shine, which helps to not look overpowering on paler skin tones.”
Lip Cheat Intense | £17 from Charlotte Tilbury
“If you want to make the most of the new Intense lipstick shade, the lip liner is here to make a definite evening glam statement.The creamy formula makes it easy to outline with precision and although the lip liner is definitely a darker shade to the lipstick, when put together it blends to create a very ‘90s brown lip aesthetic, which I might add, is very on-trend at the moment”.
Pillow Talk Instant Eye Palette | £60 from Charlotte Tilbury
“This is now the best eyeshadow palette I own. This set is like a medley of four individual palettes built into one, as there are four distinct sets with three shades in each - the primer, enhancer and ombre, although you can mix and match even more shades. The variety of shades are perfect to take you from day to night, from the office to the bar. The palette is ideal for those who want nude and bronze shades, as well as those who want to be more daring with pink hues, which means it suits all skin tones. What I love most - this set is perfect for MUAs and beginners as there is a clear direction to follow to perfect your own eye make-up.”
Pillow Talk Cheek To Chic Blusher Intense | £30 from Charlotte Tilbury
“This two-in-one blush and highlighter is just as exquisite as Charlotte Tilbury’s other blushes. Designed for darker skin tones, it’s a great addition to the brand’s collection and sits perfectly alongside the existing blush created for lighter skin tones. It blends into skin beautifully and results in a natural finish with a touch of shimmer. Apply sparingly as a little goes a long way.”
Pillow Talk Lip Lustre | £19 from Charlotte Tilbury
“Having been made with peppermint oil, the gloss has a refreshing minty smell and taste, which leaves a slight tingly sensation to make your lips extra plump. As it so crucial with a good gloss, it’s not sticky at all - instead it simply leaves your lips feeling silky smooth. The only downside is the heart shaped applicator, which although very aesthetically pleasing, I found kind of annoying.”
Pillow Talk Eye Liner | £19 from Charlotte Tilbury (launches 16 January)
“I am a sucker for a coloured eyeliner to shake up the classic black and brown varieties. The kohl liner is easy to apply and super buildable. I can certainly say it is budge-proof and did take a little bit of elbow grease to remove after, which is great for those looking for an alternative eyeliner shade that is long lasting.”