Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Eyeliner Review

Hello Guys and Ghouls,
Today, I have a quick little review and eye look using the Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Eyeliner.

Fall in love with MORE Pillow Talk magic!

Darlings, adorn your eyes with the MAGIC of Pillow Talk with my NEW! Pillow Talk Eyeliner! This smokey berry-brown shade is easy-to-blend, long-lasting and perfect for adding sultry, sexy, dreamy definition to your Pillow Talk gaze.

When I saw this liner in action, I had to have it. It’s a beautiful burgundy with a brown undertone. Depending on the eyeshadow you pair with it, it can pull warmer or cool. Sometimes appearing more like a berry or a maroon shade. Sometimes a brown with a hint of something extra.

I have found this shade to be quite versatile in use. I can see how it is a perfect addition to the Pillow Talk family which is centered around a neutral rosy tone.


Blendable & long-lasting

Precise yet soft colour pay-off

High concentration of pure pigments for intense colour release

Hydrocarbon polymers create a water-repellent film

Double use as a waterliner and eyeliner


The formula is absolutely amazing. Long-wearing and sets into place all day while still giving you some playtime for smudging and blending if you want. The finish is a beautiful rich matte that glides on super creamy. The formula is exactly what you would want from Charlotte, and the shade being something fairly unique on the market. The closest I have seen is Bordeaux from Victoria Beckam Beauty and from the drugstore, Nyx Faux Blacks in Ox Blood.

The Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Eyeliner comes in at $27 making it officially the most expensive eyeliner in my collection but the most beloved and well worth the coin.

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