Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter Review

What I Really Think About the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter | Review

This week I’m coming back with another review. And it’s a special one!

I’ve been wanting to try this product for ages but it was always sold out. My timing was never right and I felt like I’d never get the chance to put it on my face. That’s a bit dramatic but you get me.

Fortunately, the tables have turned and I now own said product. If you read the title of this post, you know I’m talking about the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter. And if you didn’t, well now you know.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter Review

I’m well aware that this product is old news but I’m excited to share my thoughts, ok? Let me have my moment!

If you’re a part of the small percentage of people who don’t own this yet (but want to), join me while I share why I love this product so much.

If you want to be a glowy bitch all summer long, this product is a must.

Let me start with the fact that the Hollywood Flawless Filter can be used in many different ways. You can use it as a primer, a light foundation, a highlighter for your cheeks and your body, and the list goes on. I don’t own anything like it.

The formula is very interesting to me because it’s lightweight but it does so much. The product has a slight tint to it so if you use it all over your face it will add a bit of coverage and even out your skin. But if you use it as a highlighter on top of your makeup, the tint doesn’t translate. It just looks like a regular highlighter.

The glow on this is not chunky at all. The shimmers are almost non-existent. Instead of making you look like you have highlighter on, it gives you a beautiful sheen. It looks really natural but it can be built up. The bottom line is, your highlight will never look chunky when you’re wearing this.

This product is also really easy to work with. Because it’s on the natural side, it’s not intimidating. And the formula really makes it easy for you to blend it anywhere you want.

I have combination skin, and this works great on my face. When I use it all over as my base I do set it with a powder to prevent my oils from fucking it up. And it works! The shimmer shines through the powder and I don’t look like an oily mess. If I’m just using it on the high points I don’t even worry about it.

The shade range is not huge, but because this is a unique product I think it’ll work for most skin tones. I picked up the shade medium 4 and it matches me greatly. So I definitely recommend picking up the shade closest to your skin for best results.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter | Review

Since we’re talking about Charlotte Tilbury, we’re talking about luxury my friends. That means, pricey shit.

The Hollywood Flawless Filter is $44 and it comes with 1.014 fl oz. That’s not a lot of product for the amount of money you’re spending. But the way I justify the price is with the actual quality of the product. It’s a really high-quality product and I own nothing else like it, so $44 is a fair price.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter | Review

The packaging is also included in the said price, obviously. It’s super luxurious and sleek. Very on-brand with CT. The applicator is a huge wand and I love how easy it is to use. I truly enjoy everything about this packaging.

Overall I clearly love this. It was everything I wanted and I am so happy to finally have it in my hands! I have 0 complaints about it, which is a rare occurrence. So that’s how you know I love it a lot.

Have you tried the Hollywood Flawless Filter yet? Do you love it as much as I do? Let me know 🙂

Thank you so much for tuning in this week babes!

Lots of love,

Isa ❤

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