Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020

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Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020
Charlotte Tilbury Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette for Holiday 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Darlings, light up your eyes with the precious glow of treasured jewels and gemstones! I have created four MAGICAL, JEWEL-INSPIRED eye glow looks with 12 NEW! hypnotic shades inspired by the world’s most brilliant gems, so you can GLOW with wider, brighter looking SUPERSTAR EYES from day to night!

Encased in a dazzling silver starburst case, this magical palette features the same LIGHT-AS-AIR matte and MAGICAL metallic formulas found in my globally-loved palettes, as well as TWO BRAND-NEW! soft shimmer and weightless WET-LOOK metallic formulas.

Now online (early access, use link)

Products in the Launch

Bejewelled Eyes to Hypnotise Instant Eye Palette, $75.00 (Limited Edition)

The easy-to-build shades play with the light beautifully, whether you want to create the HAPPY GLOW LOOK with glowing, golden topaz shades, LOVE GLOW, a sophisticated ruby smokey eye, DREAM GLOW, an Amethyst-inspired gaze with warm violet and metallic hues, or SEDUCE GLOW, a molten smokey quartz look with chocolate browns and golden bronze shades!

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Am I the only one who feels patronized being called ‘darling’’? Oh, how the schtick grates on me. ?

I endeavour to say something positive: the palette is pretty. You know that pained me, right?

I do feel the same. I guess for some regions / countries apellatives like ‘darling’ or ‘love’ or other equivalents are normal, but I find them also patronizing.
I always see Charlotte Tilbury like that cheeky aunt that wears too much make-up and perfume, smokes, always asks you about your love life and when you get married, patronizes you with her opinion… but you always end up inviting her to the party. ?

Not at all, dear.?. It drives me nuts as well, for a minimum of two reasons. 1. It’s condescending. 2. Often IRL most of these chummy forms of address are due to not remembering the person’s name, while trying to ingratiate yourself. One of my friends says ‘Lovey,’’Doll,’ and ‘Milady.’ I tell her to quit her waitress talk. ? 3. In many personal/ work cases, it means the speaker is too LAZY to learn your name, or does not think that you are important enough for him/her/them to learn it! that’s 3, I’ll leave out the rest. CT and i do not fare well together, so this is a no, sweetie.?

I might get this one depending on reviews! The CT holiday palettes all seem to get good reviews, and I’ve really enjoyed the quads I’ve gotten

After all the ND discussion, I was reminded of the Charlotte Tilbury Instant Look in a Palette and decided to give it a try, since I kept seeing it pop up on tutorials and I’ve been wanting a glowy highlighter and face palette for travel. I am surprised she didn’t include one this year in her holiday release.

This palette has lovely colors, and I have a newfound appreciation for the way Charlotte Tilbury gives her suggestion on how to put together a look. It seems like she’s listened to her fans and moved away from the Pillow talk color scheme and naming.

I only have her smaller Darling eye palette but there’s something about the CT Instant Look palettes that is like a siren’s song to me. I suspect it is the pleasing symmetry and clean efficiency of the palette’s design. Even though none of them are precisely the shades I’d like, I want one badly.

I enjoy these Eyes to Hypnotise palettes from Charlotte Tilbury and intend to pick this one up as well. Am curious about the “two brand new soft shimmer and weightless wet-look metallic formulas.”

3 or maybe 4 shades in here that appeal to me. All the rest – too orange, too pink, too warm. For $75, I need more than 3 or 4 shades that I like And, Wednesday, you’re not the only one who objects to being called “darling” but a complete stranger/nonentity/advertising bot!

I really liked that the brand chooses to get Wayne Goss to do a video for the release, I always like his forehead swatches.
Especially since he critiqued the mascara recently… but then he made a second video about it… Maybe it was all a marketing plan, I don’t care. But it’s fun to observe all these brand tactics and dynamic from the sidewalk.

Not bad looking! Very pretty shades that can go neutral or plum/purple for fun. Depending on reviews, this may just be my first large CT purchase.

The ‘darling’ thing, yeah I can see how that could feel patronizing. But I just gotta say, since my mid-50’s or so I’ve heard myself call strangers ‘sweetie’ and ‘hon’ to my absolute shock. It just slipped out, in a feeling of affection/appreciation for a younger person who probably had helped me with something at a store. Maybe with a few of my son’s friends. I dunno. I think it’s come from a feeling that was loving & maternal . I remember how weird it seemed to me when I was the young one, and older strangers used (what I felt to be unearned) endearments with me – now I’m on the other side.

I am on record as not particularly a fan of CT shadows. I haven’t tried them in awhile but I don’t think this is the palette I am going to plop down $75. There is nothing particularly new and exciting here.

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