Charlotte Tilbury Star Gold Eyes to Mesmerise Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadow is a coppery bronze with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had rich color coverage with a smooth, lightweight, and more mousse-like texture that was emollient without being too wet or too slippery on my skin. I didn’t have issues with this shade creasing quickly on me, and I was able to apply it was a more opaque shade as well as diffused for a wash of color (which will appear best on deeper skin tones, as this one has a lower-level sheen and more base pigment). It wore well for nine hours before creasing very faintly on me.
Charlotte Tilbury Rose Gold Eyes to Mesmerise Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadow is a light, rosy copper with subtle, warm undertones and a fine, pearly sheen. It had opaque color coverage but had a very emollient texture that made it hard to apply without inevitably sheering it out. I also couldn’t prevent it from creasing and separating a bit on my inner lid space; I tried less, I tried more, I tried layers, and I tried different tools (fingertips and three different brushes).
The only way I was able to wear this shade without it creasing when applied and blended out all over the lid with fingertips, and I managed to avoid creasing on most of my lid except for the very inner crease area. The product dried down and eventually set, so the creasing didn’t keep going and going, and there was very faint creasing apparent after nine hours of wear.