Since there were several requests last week, here are a few favorites for more pink-peach shades that would serve you well during spring! 🙂 I tried to distinguish between more coral shades and more pinky-peaches (which tend to be a little lighter and have a bit more yellow to them).
For today’s theme, I went for a more orange-peach, both light, medium, and darker in color but nothing truly orange or so light it was more beige. I might do a more pinky-peach round-up in the future for those who prefer a rosier tone to their peach shades 🙂
12 Shades of Peach for Spring
What are your favorite peach-hued shades?
Introduction to Charlotte Tilbury
I’m new to this brand. Where should I start?
A Few Notes | Charlotte Tilbury’s most iconic product is likely her Magic Cream, which is a moisturizer (and now comes in additional types of products, like eye and night creams). I love almost everything about the Eyes to Mesmerise cream eyeshadow formula, but they did crease on me, which is why I’ve only recommended the most interesting and versatile of the shades there, but they’re well-worth trying if you have decent luck with cream eyeshadows (some readers reported no creasing, others had similar experiences) and primer will help.
What would you recommend to someone just trying Charlotte Tilbury for the first time?
WHERE TO BUY
Do you wear lavender? What kind of product do you find easiest to wear lavender in — nail polish, blush, eyeshadow, something else?
12 Shades of Lavender for Spring
What are your favorite lavender-hued shades?
Unsurprisingly, finding higher quality, cool-toned pastels proved even more difficult than finding warm-toned ones!