Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad Review & Swatches

01/09

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad

Walk of Shame

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame Eyeshadow Quad ($52.00 for 0.18 oz.) is the newest quad in the brand’s line-up, inspired by their Walk of Shame Matte Revolution Lipstick. I imagine if you’re someone typically likes the brand’s formula, the quad seemed consistent with that. The Pop shade (#3) under-performed but not much of a surprise in its performance. I wish the last shade was a bit softer and more yielding.


01/02

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #1 Eyeshadow

Walk of Shame #1

Walk of Shame #1 is a soft, golden peach with warm undertones and a pearly sheen. It had opaque pigmentation with a silky-smooth consistency that was a smidgen dusty but not prone to fallout during application. The eyeshadow applied evenly and blended out easily on my skin. It wore well for seven and a half hours on me before fading a bit.

Ingredients

TALC, MICA, DIMETHICONE, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, ZINC STEARATE, ZEA MAYS (CORN) STARCH, SILICA, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRAISOSTEARATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, CHLORPHENESIN, TETRASODIUM EDTA, CALCIUM ALUMINUM BOROSILICATE, TIN OXIDE, [+/- TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499)].

01/02

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #2 Eyeshadow

Walk of Shame #2

Walk of Shame #2 is a slightly muted, medium-dark copper with warm, red undertones and a soft, frosted finish. It had rich pigmentation with a smooth, lightly creamy texture that was more firmly-pressed in the pan but not to the point where it was stiff or difficult to blend out on my skin (just no fallout and easy to control). It lasted nicely for seven and a half hours on me before I noticed any fading.

Ingredients

TALC, MICA, DIMETHICONE, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, ZINC STEARATE, ZEA MAYS (CORN) STARCH, SILICA, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRAISOSTEARATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, CHLORPHENESIN, TETRASODIUM EDTA, TIN OXIDE, [+/- TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491), CARMINE (CI 75470)].

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01/03

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #3 Eyeshadow

Walk of Shame #3

Walk of Shame #3 is a light-medium copper with moderately warm undertones and flecks of gold and copper sparkle. The texture felt more emollient, but it also seemed to have more of a transparent base. It had sheer coverage applied dry, and it was more medium coverage when applied with a dampened brush. I had the best luck applying it with a dampened, flat, synthetic brush or a fingertip and building it up slowly, though there was a moderate amount of fallout from doing so. The eyeshadow stayed on well for seven and a half hours with light fallout over time.

Ingredients

CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, MICA, HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL HYDROXYSTEARATE, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, CHLORPHENESIN, POTASSIUM SORBATE, TETRASODIUM EDTA, SILICA, TIN OXIDE, [+/- TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, CI 77492), CARMINE (CI 75470), COPPER POWDER (CI 77400)].

01/02

Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow
Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame #4 Eyeshadow

Walk of Shame #4

Walk of Shame #4 is a muted, medium red with subtle, warm undertones and a satiny sheen. It had nearly opaque color coverage that applied well to bare skin with an even lay down of product that blended out well along the edges. The consistency was thin and felt drier, though, and I felt like it didn’t sit as well on my skin compared to the first two shades in the quad. It wore well for seven hours on me before fading noticeably.

Ingredients

TALC, MICA, DIMETHICONE, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, ZINC STEARATE, ZEA MAYS (CORN) STARCH, SILICA, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRAISOSTEARATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, CHLORPHENESIN, TETRASODIUM EDTA, [+/- TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, CI 77499), CARMINE (CI 75470), ULTRAMARINES (CI 77007)].

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Product Availability

Charlotte Tilbury Eyeshadow Quad $52.00/0.18 OZ.
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About the Reviewer

Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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I have yet to buy any of CT’s quads, in fact, all I have of her brand is one lone eyeshadow! Idk? I’m just not that impressed with anything but her lipsticks and Flawless Filter when it comes to her brand. 🤷‍♀️

In my humble opinion, you aren’t missing anything, Nancy. I have one palette, Vintage Vamp, and never use it. It blends to a muddy mess. I always go and swatch her palettes when I am in Seattle, the closest city that has a CT counter, and I am always disappointed. I have several of her lipsticks and really enjoy them and WOS is a favorite but this palette doesn’t do it justice.

I like the idea of the palette but the red shades in this quad would not suit me. I like CT’s quad formula though the pop shade could be improved in the last 2-3 releases.

These quads are around $70 here. These aren’t my kind of colours but putting personal choices and taste aside, for a price like that, I think people are entitled to and should expect better quality.

the pop shade is the from her pillow talk quad. same as the summer one. three quads, all same pop shade, not good. the prime shade is from dolce vita.
if you watch on instagram she answers question on repeat shades. i dont think she will change formula for pop ever, but new colors would be nice.

Wow, so she repeated the same shade 3 times! What I hate about the pop shades (I have a few of them from different quads) is that even with my fingers I cannot pick up much, they feel like they were depressed further into the pan. I have tried everything–flat, synthetic brush wet, dry, finger, nothing works to get the pop shade out. I was surprised last year she came out with the Supersonic Girl quad with 4 pop shades, the pop shades being her worst in these quads.

It’s pretty, but not special enough in quality or color story to warrant me to pay $52. I could get a whole high end warmed-toned palette for that.

Call me overly PC if you want, but the name The Walk of Shame is in itself shameful. It’s implying that there’s something shameful about (women, it’s always aimed at women) enjoying sex.

Eh, I’m as sex positive as it get and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the phrase ‘walk of shame’. Over the past few years, I haven’t heard it being used as anything other than comedic or satirical.

Same here (as to comedy and satire). I actually smiled a bit when I read it.

But to be serious, I’ve never took it as specifically shaming women, it’s just that women are the ones who dress up to go out, and walking along the street at 7:00 in the morning in a little black dress and a serious smoky eye makes it clear that one has been indulging — stereotypical men don’t have those visual clues.

I was once roommates with two men, and I distinctly remember one of them coming back with the light of dawn at his back on Sunday after meeting a girl at a bar we all went to, and my other roommate needled him mercilessly about his actions for weeks after — there was no high-five dude-win moment; men can get the same response to iffy spur-of-the-moment, sleeping with strangers moments, it’s just harder to tell that’s what they’ve been up to unless you see them walk back through the door in the morning.

I always try to understand what people are thinking. In her case, I think she’s had a bit of a wild life. My British friends from her (mine) generation are very tongue in cheek. So much so…I have a huge canvas reprint of this woman, walking down a street at dusk, holding a red umbrella. We were playing dominoes with some friends from Europe and they named it, The Walk of Shame.

I now have that picture hanging up in my foyer and you can see it from the picture window. I even installed a lite to shine on it like it was a gallery piece. I liked the pic, but love it now. The name puts me in stitches. My husband even told me one day I’ll be getting a red umbrella.

I am not excited about the name either – even if it’s meant as satire or as a reclamation of the phrase (I don’t see how it is in this context?), I don’t like buying makeup with self-hating or misogynistic sounding names. I find it to be a downer.

When I heard about this palette I was really excited as I love the shade WOS. As soon as I saw the palette I was disappointed. I was hoping for a more neutral shade that was matte to use as a transition with the shade #4 being the deeper shade for deepening the outer V. I shouldn’t have been surprised actually, because I am not a big fan of CT quads. The one I have is Vintage Vamp and I never use it. The shadows blend to a muddy mess and while I like the eye look you got from it, Christine, it doesn’t show much difference in the shades. I am glad in a way since I didn’t want to fork out the money for it and likely would have if it reviewed well and was an unusual colour story.

If you watch her product videos, the pop shade is meant to be applied with your finger. When applying this way, I have had good luck with the Rock Chick, Sophisticate, or Bella Sophia (formerly the Dolce Vita) pop shades. I do agree that it looks very similar to the Bella Sophia and Vintage Vamp pallets.

Unfortunately, I didn’t find fingertip application to be great – as mentioned in my review, it was better than a dry brush but still resulted in fallout and sheer color!

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