Firstly, I just wanted to say a BIG thank-you to anyone who’s showed me love, wrote me a card (thank you Rachel – my neighbour) or messaged me on Instagram in the past couple of weeks.
If you don’t follow me on Insta (as it’s private), I’ve been pretty burnt out, sleep deprived, a sad little madam, dealing with grief and a bunch of other health-related things. And, well, I’m stressed. I thought gone were the days when these annoyances affected me, but they’ve reared their ugly head’s once again.
I’m in desperate need of a break and I have a bit of time off in September. I don’t know if it’ll help my on-off battle with insomnia, but I’m sure I’ll feel refreshed and rejuvenated after my holiday. Otherwise I need to consider some big changes in my life and make adjustments ASAP before it deeply affects my mental health.
If you’re interested I wrote a blog post on Dealing with Grief here.
ANYWAY, it seems all I ever do is write Charlotte Tilbury reviews, haha. She had a SALE on (up to 50% off) and I got some eye-creams, 3 for £45 instead of £75. Happy days!
I definitely didn’t need any more make-up in my stash, but you only live once right?! Or has that phrase gone out of fashion. Anyway, I’d never tried Eyes to Mesmerise until now and have to say I’m rather impressed.
I picked up three shades, Amber Gold, Champagne and Oyster Pearl. however, Charlotte Tilbury has a variety of other shades to chose from.
You only need a teeny amount to blend onto your eyes. They are so pigmented and lovely to wear. I wore Amber Gold to a friend’s wedding and it lasted all evening. Like I say, super impressed.
I’m yet to wear Champagne and Oyster Pearl, but I’ve heard these two shades get used for weddings (bridal make-up) a lot.
They come in little glass pots which makes them look so fancy!
Overall, I’d rate these a 5/5 as I simply cannot fault them. A really well designed product, unlike her foundations, but that’s another story haha.
If you’re interested in more of my Charlotte Tilbury reviews, click here.