You can also use the Beach Sticks on your lips too which I’m yet to try but if it is as long lasting on the lips as it is one the cheeks, you’ve got a very good alternative to the Nars Multiples. The Beach Stick is available in 5 different shades and is available from Selfridges for £30. With every bit of Charlotte Tilbury makeup that I try, I fall in love with the brand a little bit more and I think the matte lipsticks are next up to try from my wishlist.
I think I’ve found the perfect cream blush!
I’m gonna throw it straight out there that this product has captured that ‘summer glow’ look in a tube. The Charlotte Tilbury Beach Stick can be used on both cheeks and lips and the colour ‘Moon Beach’ is the perfect peachy glow on the pale skinned girls amongst us. Grab your tickets girls, because the rave train is now departing.
Firstly lets talk about the packaging, the classic Charlotte Tilbury bronzy gold which looks divine sitting on my dressing table. It twists up from the tube so that you can get more product out as you wear it down. It’s really easy to apply; I draw a line up my cheekbones straight from the tube. It’s easily buildable so if it isn’t enough after the first go, I continue to add light dashes across my cheeks until I’ve achieved the perfect colour.
I find that it lasts longer if I put my translucent face powder on first then layer the Beach Stick over the top meaning that I don’t accidentally powder over any of the product. Even though this product offers a suitable glow on it’s own, I like to add a small bit of highlight right at the top of the cheekbone just to finish off my dewy look.