Why Everyone Is In Awe Of The Charlotte Tilbury Bronze and Glow Duo
The secret to creating red carpet cheekbones, Charlotte Tilbury Bronze and Glow Duo has been a favorite of many since it came out! A subtle yet buildable powder formula, this Bronze and Glow Duo is great to help you sculpt, contour, and highlight professionally.
What’s in the Palette And Why is it Good?
Charlotte Tilbury Bronze and Glow Duo comes in a stunning mini compact inspired by old Hollywood glamour. Its holds a luminous highlight shade and a bronzer or a contour shade, that comes in two options “Light to Medium” and “Medium to Dark”. It comes in a luxurious rose gold packaging that is similar to the rest of Charlotte Tilbury’s makeup line. The palette is made in Italy, and each shade comes with 22.5g of product. The product comes with color-rich pigments that are smooth and rolled into elastomer pearls that buff the appearance of the skin for a candlelit effect and sun-kissed look. The highlighter has a golden base that flatters any skin tone and the Light Flex Technology captures and reflects the light just where you want. It comes at a price tag of USD 68 which is on the steep side and in line with high-end powders.
Is It Worth the Hype?
Wayne Goss, Youtuber and make-up artist with over 3.21 Million subscribers reviewed the Charlotte Tilbury Bronze & Glow duo and said that shimmering beige gold will look great on all skin tones and bronzing powder is neutral can be used as bronzer and contour. He even did a beautiful demo on how to use it.
Rising Beauty Youtuber Christine Le created a full face using Charlotte Tilbury makeup and opted for a full-glam face with a smoky eye look. She used the shade “Fair to Medium”, she said that she use the bronzer as a contour as it’s a bit on the darker side but vows by the highlighter.
Beauty Youtuber “Everyday Edit” had different views when she first used Charlotte Tilbury Bronze & Glow Duo but once she got a slight tan she claimed it to be mind-changing and loved the look. She used the shade “Medium to Dark” and used the highlighter as a blush is too deep for her as a highlighter, she compared it to hourglass blushes where they have a little bit of luminosity. She finished off the look with the perfect touch of bronzer. She claimed that the bronzer is slightly cooler-toned.
Overall, it’s a great luxurious product and no doubt can become your new go-to favorite bronzer and contour.