Today I’ve recreated one of the first looks that actually inspired me to buy more Charlotte Tilbury Products. I actually have the full look for this one, but keeping true to the series, I’m only going to use the palette for the look. If you want to see me use the whole collection, you can view that post here.
But here is a look using just the eyeshadow palette and other brand’s makeup.
Since the face is quite pale and glowing, I used one of my lighter foundations, the Chanel Perfection Lumiere, blending this into my skin. Luckily the redness is starting to go down, so this didn’t sit on any rough skin. Phew! Under my eyes, I applied a touch of Bobbi Brown’s Creamy Concealer, setting this with the powder in the palette.
To add some subtle glow, I blended some of the Chanel Soleil de Tan on the outer edges of my face where any shadow would normally show. Next, I applied a pop of Nars’ Orgasm Blush onto my cheek bones. I finished off the cheeks with a touch of Becca Shimmering Face Perfector in Champagne Pop.
I set my face using the Bare Minerals Bareskin Perfecting Veil.
The brows on the model, this time are quite defined, therefore I first drew a more angled brow using my Bare Minerals Frame and Define Pencil, and filled them in using my Benefit Brow Zings Palette. I finished of the brows by setting them in place with the L’Oreal Brow Plumper.
As for the eyeshadow, my eyes were still a little dry so the shadow didn’t sit as well as I would have liked it too, but I still like the finished look.
I first primed my lids using MAC’s Prep and Prime Eye Base, blending this up to the brow bone. I then took the Prime shade from the Vintage Vamp Palette and blended this softly up to the brow bone. I then applied the smoke shade to my crease, and lower lash line, blending this out as softly as I could. I then took the Enhance shade across the lid, and added a touch more of the Smoke to the outer corner. I then blended these together, softening the shadow as I went.
I then tightlined my eyes using Urban Decay’s Waterline Liner in Rail. Along the top lash line, I applied a medium thickness line of Chanel’s Stylo Eye Pen in Brown, just to add a pop of something to the upper lash line.
I finished off the eyes with a few generous layers of Charlotte Tilbury’s Full Fat Lashes Mascara.
As gorgeous as the Night Crimson Lipstick is, I didn’t use it, choosing to mix two vampy lipsticks together. I used two new Smashbox Be Legendary Lipsticks in Screen Queen and Red Rage. Together these recreated Night Crimson really well.
And that is my finished dupe tutorial of the Vintage Vamp. Which one would you like to see next?
Have a great day guys!