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Charlotte Tilbury's New Stars In Your Eyes Palette Is Gorgeous

Charlotte Tilbury just surprised fans with a brand new eyeshadow palette launch called Stars In Your Eyes.

The 12-pan palette comes with a number of different shades in neutral tones, rosy pinks and deep purples in both matte and metallic formulas.

And just to make your life easier, the shades are split into four different groups in the palette - Love Eyes, Power Eyes, Happy Eyes and Confident Eyes - to seamlessly create different looks with a little guidance from Charlotte.


Credit: Instagram/Charlotte Tilbury
Credit: Instagram/Charlotte Tilbury

You could go off piste too by mixing and matching different colours from each group to make up your very own lovely looks.

The palette is already available to buy from the Charlotte Tilbury website, and has a £60 price tag.

But if you want to get your hands on one, you'll have to move quickly as there is only a limited number of the palettes available.

The brand also revealed on Instagram that a very limited number of the palettes will also be on sale in the London Covent Garden and Westfield boutiques.

Credit: Charlotte Tilbury
Credit: Charlotte Tilbury


Charlotte Tillbury isn't the only beauty brand dropping surprise eyeshadow palettes either.

The new Sultry palette will be available online from 25th September, and will contain 14 different shadows to create gorgeous metallic eyes, with an added pop of bright coral.

Anastasia Beverly Hills' new release will then be available in stores from 12th October if you would like to swatch the colours before you buy.

The palette is a mixture of matte and metallic colours, all in neutral tones with one coral shade.

Sultry's shades are named Birch, Bloom, Ember, Rose Quartz, Steam Punk, Pearl, Fresh, Noir, Slate, Cyborg, Dystopian, Teak, Twig and Cinder.

Credit: Instagram/Anastasia Beverly Hills
Credit: Instagram/Anastasia Beverly Hills

There's no word on price just yet, but the brand's palettes usually cost around £40 a pop.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Charlotte Tilbury

Topics: Stylish, Eyeshadow, Hair and Beauty

Rachel Andrews

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