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Is it just me, or when you use Charlotte Tilbury do you feel like a silver screen siren? Ode to the rose gold packaging.

The highlighting powder in the Bronze & Glow palette is stunning. With a soft golden sheen, it’s the powdered version of Illamasqua’s Gleam Aurora. As for the sculpting powder; it’s buttery and blends like a dream. In my experience it’s a little too warm for very fair skin, but works for most light-medium tones. There’s a deeper version available for dark skin tones.

The Powder & Sculpt brush is fantastic, and helps to create precise, yet natural, shading. Side note – I wasn’t overly impressed until it’s first wash, when it transformed into a miracle worker. At £35.00 it’s not cheap, but the artistry and quality of the brush is worth the price tag.

Is the Filmstar Bronze & Glow palette something you need? No.
Should you buy it anyway? Oh yes, if only to gaze adoringly at that packaging.