Charlotte Tilbury Birkin Brown, Bond Girl, Very Victoria, Walk of Shame Matte Revolution Lipsticks Reviews, Photos, Swatches

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Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury So 90s (was Birkin Brown) Matte Revolution Lipstick

So 90s (was Birkin Brown)

Charlotte Tilbury So 90s Matte Revolution Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark reddish-brown with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had semi-opaque color payoff that applied with smooth, even color without tugging on the lips. I wouldn’t describe the payoff as buildable; it is as it applies initially, perhaps a little can be built up, but there’s not much to go from where it starts. The color wore well for five hours and was neither drying nor hydrating.

This was previously named Birkin Brown.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.12 oz. - $308.33 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "long-lasting color" that's "buildable" with "glowing pigments" that give the "illusion of wider, fuller lips." Some shades are buildable while others are fairly pigmented in one stroke. The consistency was more velvety, lightweight, and thin without being clingy or drying over time. I found that some shades were flattering on, as they didn't emphasize lip texture or get into my lip lines, while other shades gravitated into my lip lines. They wore between three and five hours and were typically non-drying. There was no discernible scent or taste.

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Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss (was Bond Girl) Matte Revolution Lipstick

MI Kiss (was Bond Girl)

Charlotte Tilbury MI Kiss Matte Revolution Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark rosy plum with warm undertones and a satin finish. It had semi-sheer to semi-opaque, buildable coverage (finally!) that applies smoothly with a lightweight consistency. This shade had more slip than most shades in the range, but it was also lightly hydrating over the five hours it wore for.

This was previously named Bond Girl.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.12 oz. - $308.33 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "long-lasting color" that's "buildable" with "glowing pigments" that give the "illusion of wider, fuller lips." Some shades are buildable while others are fairly pigmented in one stroke. The consistency was more velvety, lightweight, and thin without being clingy or drying over time. I found that some shades were flattering on, as they didn't emphasize lip texture or get into my lip lines, while other shades gravitated into my lip lines. They wore between three and five hours and were typically non-drying. There was no discernible scent or taste.

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Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick

Very Victoria

Charlotte Tilbury Very Victoria Matte Revolution Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a soft, medium-dark rosy brown with subtle, warm-to-neutral undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had mostly opaque color payoff that lasted for four hours on me. The consistency was velvety but clingier than other shades, and it was somewhat drying while worn.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.12 oz. - $308.33 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "long-lasting color" that's "buildable" with "glowing pigments" that give the "illusion of wider, fuller lips." Some shades are buildable while others are fairly pigmented in one stroke. The consistency was more velvety, lightweight, and thin without being clingy or drying over time. I found that some shades were flattering on, as they didn't emphasize lip texture or get into my lip lines, while other shades gravitated into my lip lines. They wore between three and five hours and were typically non-drying. There was no discernible scent or taste.

Browse all of our Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick swatches.

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Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame) Matte Revolution Lipstick

Walk of Shame (was Walk of No Shame)

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of No Shame Matte Revolution Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark coppery red with warm undertones and a mostly matte finish. It had fairly opaque color coverage with a lightly velvety, creamy consistency that went on smoothly and deposited color evenly. The color wore well for five and a half hours, and it was neither drying nor hydrating.

This was previously named Walk of Shame.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.12 oz. - $308.33 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "long-lasting color" that's "buildable" with "glowing pigments" that give the "illusion of wider, fuller lips." Some shades are buildable while others are fairly pigmented in one stroke. The consistency was more velvety, lightweight, and thin without being clingy or drying over time. I found that some shades were flattering on, as they didn't emphasize lip texture or get into my lip lines, while other shades gravitated into my lip lines. They wore between three and five hours and were typically non-drying. There was no discernible scent or taste.

Browse all of our Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick swatches.

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Katherine T. Avatar

Oh man, I like the first 3 – have a real weakness for brown- based lippies. These look great for fall/winter. I might have to treat myself to one. I especially like how Bond Girl is red but not too red. I do love me a bold red lip but sometimes you just want some red that’s really easy to wear and not too bold

Tessa Avatar

I like all four, but especially Walk of Shame and Bond Girl. (No big surprise; I own maybe too many Walk of Shame dupes… and Bond Girl is just such easy to wear shade.)

I think I’d like Very Victoria more in a different finish; for some reason the color and finish work against each other, to my eyes. Birkin Brown is that kind of brown I can ~probably~ make work, but it tiptoes the line of making me look dead. The teensiest shift toward gray-brown and my complexion is toast! Pale, wilted toast.

Nancy T Avatar

Out of all four, I am liking Birkin Brown the best. It seems quite similar to MAC Paramount lipstick which is a true well-worn and much loved 90’s lippy. I think I’d need to actually try it or most of the others from CT “Matte Revolution” line due to many seeming sheerer than I’m used to for mattes.

Nicole Avatar

These are pretty and Birkin is my fave here. I wish we had a CT counter so I could try them. But, honestly, I can’t get over how sheer they look compared to other mattes that are out. 1975 Red doesn’t seem sheer and it’s a matte. Christine, do you think 1975 Red is more opaque then the new line?

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