Charlotte Tilbury recently came out with a trio of lipsticks made with brides in mind to wear on their special day.
These 3 limited-edition rose-tinted matte lipsticks are designed to give the dreamiest rose-petal pout.
The Matte Revolution lipsticks come in special packaging, in a white box adorned with cherubs, smooches and hearts.
The tubes are the traditional Tilbury rose gold.
The lipstick bullet is embossed with multiple kiss prints (if you look closely at the kiss prints you’ll see a teeny tiny heart) and has the square angled tip, which is my absolute favourite lipstick cut as it makes for a perfect application.
Wedding Belles is the brown-toned, neutral lipstick of the trio. It was a bit sheer, so I applied 2-3 layers to get the full colour payoff.
Mrs Kisses is a clay, terracotta colour. The shade and the formula are very similar to Wedding Belles. I also applied 2-3 layers to get the full colour payoff.
First Dance, which is my favourite of the bunch, is a berry-rose shade with a hint of ruby. It’s a play on the classic red lip and was the most pigmented of the bunch needing only 1 or 2 layers.
Because these lipsticks are the Matte Revolution formula, they apply and wear a bit dryer than a cream formula, but that’s to be expected. That being said, the Love Filter lipsticks applied fairly easily for a matte lipstick and they didn’t cling onto dry or chapped spots on my lips. I think the matte formula is a fitting formula to wear on your wedding day because you don’t want your lip colour to budge. Although 2 of the 3 shades weren’t in-your-face pigment, I think the somewhat subdued shades are the right way to go for this collection since they are meant to be on the more natural-looking side. And because the 3 shades are meant to be universally flattering, they can easily be your everyday, go-to shade.
If you’re looking to invest in a Charlotte Tilbury lipstick that you can either wear on your special day or have it be your reliable, everyday shade, I’d recommend checking out the Love Filter collection.