Charlotte Tilbury Wedding Belles Matte Revolution Lipstick is a muted, medium-dark pink with strong, warm undertones and a satin sheen. It had opaque pigmentation, while the consistency felt lightweight, thin, and velvety, rather than traditionally emollient–more of a smooth glide than slipperiness–that applied evenly.
I had a bit of product that separated along my deeper lip lines, which became noticeable (in person) after five hours of wear, and the formula was non-drying.
Charlotte Tilbury Mrs Kisses Matte Revolution Lipstick is a muted, medium brown with moderate, warm undertones and a satin finish. It had rich color coverage in a single pass, which adhered evenly on my lips, though the product separated slightly around my deeper lip lines. Thankfully, this was only apparent in the close-up photos but not something I detected in person.
The lipstick had a lightweight, more velvety consistency, so it looked more emollient than it felt, though it glided on comfortably. It lasted well for four and a half hours and felt neither drying nor hydrating on me.
Charlotte Tilbury First Dance Matte Revolution Lipstick is a muted, rosy mauve with subtle, warm undertones and a satin sheen. It had opaque color coverage that applied evenly and smoothly across my lips without tugging. The consistency was lightweight, thin, and velvety, though it didn’t cling to my lips noticeably. It wore well for five hours and felt neither drying nor hydrating on me.