What, another Charlotte Tilbury post?! I know right, you'd think I'd be all out of these by now but here I am for you after purchasing the most recent foundation release Airbrush Flawless Foundation and a girlfriend asking, so which one would you recommend? Inspiring this post.
So what's the difference?
I'm going to start with the Light Wonder, this was one of my first Charlotte Tilbury purchases and I can't be without it. It's all in the name, this foundation is light and dewy, perfect for those no-makeup looks and leaves your skin glowing with an even finish. It's a firm favourite in the summer when I fancy a little something to cover my rosy cheeks without having to do a full face.
Onto the Magic Foundation, and I can't find if I've mentioned this before on the ol'blog but I definitely have over on Instagram. This foundation has been part of my everyday make-up bag for over the past year. It's thicker than the light wonder, therefore, giving it more coverage with minimal effort so you don't need to worry too much in the morning if you're in a rush (like me, most days after hitting snooze too many times). This foundation is buildable but one pump can go a long way, plus it's got an SPF 15 in which is always a bonus.
Finally, the newbie to the gang Airbrush Flawless Foundation. Now I can't deny these aren't words I normally reach for, I find I'm more naturally drawn to light and dewy looks however I felt like I needed to try this after watching many reviews online of people saying you could still see a glowly finish. It’s now been just under a month since I've had had this foundation and I’m stuck. I wore it solely for a week and loved it, but after the newness wore off I did find my self reaching for my old favourites over this. The foundation does everything it says, so full marks there but it’s just not me.
I know it’s definitely a foundation I’m going to be reaching for on those ‘special occasion’ days where you need your makeup to last all day and night but for me it won’t be replacing either of everyday favourites.