I have had my eye on this for a while now, and I finally took the plunge and bought it. I get my Charlotte Tilbury products from Beautylish.com because they have a flexible payment program which makes buying a $45 a bit more palatable. I wanted to get this for setting my under eye concealer because it is supposed to be great for dry skin. While my t-zone is very oily, the delicate skin under my eyes can get flakey and dry fast. This does an amazing job of blurring out any fine lines or or crepiness while still looking natural. This also keeps my foundation crease free and in place all day/night long. The package is stunning and feels heavy while still being slick and storable. All CT product packaging reminds me old Hollywood glamour, and it just looks so pretty and luxurious on my vanity.
This shade is very light, so I only like to use it in areas I want to brighten, not all over my face. There are only 3 shades in this powder which is a huge bummer. I hate when companies don’t include a lot of shade options, especially for darker skin tones.
This is crazy expensive, but I really think it is worth it. The powder is so finely milled it feels like silk when you touch it, and a little goes a long way so it should last me a good while.
This is a little less than most pressed powders, for comparison, the It Cosmetics Bye Bye Pores powder contains 0.31 oz of product. Like I said though, a little goes a long way and there isn’t a lot of kick up, so I don’t really mind the amount.
Let me know your favorite high end face powder!