Reviewing The Vintage Vamp Kit

This was a splurgy purchase guys; I’m not going to lie!

If you have been on Charlotte Tilbury’s website you will know that she has come up with ten looks that highlight a good selection of the products in her collection.

One of my favourite looks is the Vintage Vamp. If you love a dark red lippie and a gorgeous sultry plum eye, you will love this look just as much.

At the time I wanted to try a variety of different products and did go for one of the pricey kits that comes with seven items.

So this is going to be a mini review on each item in the kit. I will do a whole Charlotte Tilbury look book soon but I thought that it would be too much to include in one post.

So this kit retails at £165; this is the total retail price of each item sold separately so unfortunately you aren’t saving anything if you buy in bulk. However you get a cool makeup bag, which now holds all of my lipsticks in my makeup bag.

So let’s get on with the reviews.

LUXURY PALETTE-  The Vintage Vamp

This is the eyeshadow quad that makes the look. They are a mix of gorgeous plum shades and a really pretty gold. So far I have only worn these quite light, but they easily layer up to a more night time look. They blend really easily and are very comfortable on the lid.

ROCK ‘N’ KOHL – Barbarella Brown 

This is a very pretty dark brown kohl eyeliner. This applies really softly so it’s great to smudge out along the top lash line. I can’t wear this in my waterline because it irritates my eyes slightly. I’ll stick to my Urban Decay liners for that, but I love this on my top lashes.

FULL FAT LASHES – Glossy Black

I have been using this mascara for a while now and is a firm favourite. My old one is still going strong so I will keep this as a spare. This gives me really fluttery, curly lashes.

CHEEK TO CHIC – Love Is The Drug 

I already have ‘Sex on Fire’ which is a much darker blush. This is a pretty pale pink. This blends beautifully and has just a subtle hint of shimmer. It’s actually a very natural hint of colour on me. I love the colour.

LIP CHEAT – Savage Rose 

This is a pretty red lip liner. This applies really creamily and helps lipstick last longer on the lips; which is great for my statement red lip looks.

K.I.S.S.I.N.G – Night Crimson

I love a dark plum-red lip! The K.I.S.S.I.N.G collection are more creamy and hydrating than the Matte Revolution collection. The pigment in this lipstick is very high, so one sweep gives you a very full-on colour. If you prefer a more sheer wash of colour, I would use a lip brush.

LIP LUSTRE – Unleash Me 

This is a lip gloss. It matches the colour of the lipstick perfectly and gives it a glossy finish. The formula applies beautifully and isn’t sticky at all. It’s very comfortable on the lips.

I am really looking forward to experimenting with these more and will use them in a full tutorial soon. But for now, this is what I have come up with:

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What’s your favourite look by Charlotte Tilbury?

Bye for now!

xxx

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About jennywren7

I'm Jennifer; northern beauty blogger and Starbucks addict. I enjoy blogging about various aspects of my life and throwing the odd review and tutorial into the mix. Hope you enjoy reading my various ramblings.
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8 Responses to Reviewing The Vintage Vamp Kit

  1. I have been crushing on the vamp looks as of now.. Those deep shades are stunning!

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  2. What’s that quote again? You can’t buy happiness but you can buy makeup so that’s basically the same thing? That makeup looks amazing ❤ xo

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  3. Pingback: The Vintage Vamp | Jennifer's Little Beauty Place

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