Charlotte Tilbury has amazing little pots of cream eyeshadow that were released as part of her permanent line up.
I was lucky enough to get four of them and have used them for a chic wash of colour or as a base that intensifies and change up the shadow that you put on top. They can also be used two or more at a time. Creativity is the key.
I love these cream shadow as they never crease on on my oily lids.There is also very little fading throughout the day . Another positive is that after a few years of use, the product has not dried out and have remained creamy and lush, as they were the first day I bought them. Many other cream shadows tend to shrivel and dry up after a few months, so this is a huge plus for me, as a little goes a long way and it takes some time to finish up a pot.
Top: Bette, Jean Bottom: Veruschka, Mona Lisa
Jean is perfect for a clean, fresh day look. I use this shade the most. All shades have a soft understated iridescence to them. No glitter just a refined elegance. They can be applied with fingertips and the edges buffed out. This is my best way way to apply.
Jean, Bette, Veruschka , Mona Lisa,
I reach for these more than I do my Armani Eyes to Mesmerise or Chanel Illusion d’Ombre, They are most comparable to Tom Ford cream shadows. Tom Ford tend to have varying finishes while these do not. If you on the look out for excellent cream shadows these are definitely worth a look, with a nice array of neutral colours to choose from.