Charlotte Tilbury Dancefloor Princess Kissing Lipstick is a soft, light-medium pink with warm undertones and a luminous sheen–a smidgen of pearl, some glossiness. The consistency was lightweight, creamy with moderate slip, and it felt a bit “wet” as it went on, though I didn’t experience feathering or the product moving beyond my lip line. For as emollient as the shade was, I was surprised that there was only a touch of product that got into my lip lines, which I couldn’t see when I looked in a mirror in person. It had good pigmentation that applied fairly evenly with three-hour wear time. The formula felt hydrating while worn.
Charlotte Tilbury JK Magic Kissing Lipstick is a muted, medium-dark beige with warmer undertones and a cream finish. It had good color payoff in a single layer, though it wasn’t quite full coverage. The texture was lightly creamy, smooth, and comfortable to apply and to wear, though I had a bit of product gather in my lip lines (which worsened over time) and a bit of patchiness along my upper lip (by the cupid’s bow) and lower lip (toward the center). It stayed on well for three and a half hours and felt moisturizing while worn.
Charlotte Tilbury Glowing Jen Kissing Lipstick is a muted, medium plum with strong, warm undertones and a luminous finish. It had nearly opaque color coverage in a single, fluid stroke, which applied even, smooth color. The texture was creamy, lightweight, and was comfortable to wear over the four and a half hours it lasted for as it was hydrating.