Charlotte Tilbury Sweet Blossom Kissing Lipstick is a medium-dark, peachy coral with strong, warm orange undertones and a lightly glossy, cream finish. It sometimes appeared a little redder depending on the lighting. The texture was creamy, moderately emollient, and glided readily across my lips but had a touch of tackiness that helped it stay in place and prevented it from sliding around while worn. It had opaque pigmentation that lasted nicely for four and a half hours and felt lightly hydrating over time.
Charlotte Tilbury Lucky Cherry Matte Revolution Lipstick is a brighter, medium red with warmer, more orange undertones and a semi-matte finish–I’d call it more of a “soft matte.” The texture was thin, firmer/denser in the tube though not stiff to apply, so it still had light glide as I pulled it across my lips. It had mostly opaque color coverage that went on evenly, didn’t emphasize my lip texture or settle into my lip lines, and lasted for four and a half hours. The formula felt neither drying nor hydrating over time.
Charlotte Tilbury Rose Wish Matte Revolution Lipstick is a deep, reddish-copper with subtle, warm undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had rich color coverage in a single layer, which adhered evenly and applied smoothly across my lips without dragging. The texture was lightweight, thin but not clingy, and more velvety without feeling traditionally creamy or emollient. It wore well for five hours and felt neither drying nor hydrating over time.