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I recently tried samples from the Charlotte Tilbury beauty line. I would like to first begin by saying that the sample packaging is adorable as it comes in a tiny envelope. I tested three different shades: Electric Poppy, Miranda May, and Kim K. W. Electric Poppy and Miranda May were bright and cheery. I would suggest Miranda May for an excellent shade you can wear during the day, while Electric Poppy was vibrant enough that you could wear going out with friends or even on a date. I found the matte finish to appear more natural as opposed to glossy lipsticks that can be overtly obnoxious. My least favorite was Kim K. W., I have a fairly pale complexion and the light shade in lipstick only made me look more washed out than I normally am. All three lipsticks lasted decently long, so I would consider trying them if you are in the market for a new shade of lipstick. There are many more shades on their website if you are interested in the newest trends in lipstick. The Charlotte Tilbury collection is a cruelty-free company; however, they are not a completely vegan company. That said, the beauty line does offer several vegan products.

If you’d like to learn more about the company and/or the other shades that the company offers, go to this link here: http://www.charlottetilbury.com/us/products/makeup/lips/lipstick.html

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Erica M. Schaumberg is an Art History major and Studio Art minor from Gettysburg College class of 2018. You can normally find Erica biking around the battle field with her camera, practicing some pirouettes, and spending a lot of time in Schmucker, when she is not studying in her secret spot with a cup of coffee.
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