The Lipstick A Bunch Of Celebs Were Wearing At The Golden Globes
Charlotte Tilbury's 'Pillow Talk' was that perfect nude lipstick you spotted on everyone from Busy Philipps to Michelle Williams.
The peachy lip has become the one standout beauty trend at an event that was otherwise a little disjointed in the fashion stakes.
The 77th Golden Globe Awards proved to be an evening where no one, not even fashion's finest, could figure out the dress code.
But there's nothing that transcends all style barriers like a subtle: a flattering nude lip colour.
British makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury and her eponymous makeup brand dominated the Globes on Monday.
Their bestselling 'Pillow Talk' range is worshiped by the beauty world for its soft pink hues, and it's high-quality longevity, making it a go-to for many celebs ahead of award show appearances.
The brand's hero product, the Matte Revolution Lipstick in the shade 'Pillow Talk', came out on top at the Globes, spotted on the likes of Salma Hayek, Michelle Williams and Busy Philipps.
It's a cult favourite, and retails in Australia for $49. As someone who has tried it (and now swears by it) I couldn't recommend it more.
While it's certainly a little exxy, it's super moisturising and has impressive staying power -- especially when partnered with the brand's Lip Cheat Lip Liner.
Better yet, the product's fan-favourite status has been built off the back of it's ability to flatter an array of skintones. There's a sheen to it, which means your natural lip colour is enhanced.
Salma Hayek and Michelle Williams are hardly side-by-side on the skin tone spectrum, and they both look equally as fantastic wearing the exact same shade.
According to the brand, one Pillow Talk Matte Revolution Lipstick is sold every 90 seconds.
Other than our ownership of this product, there's not a lot else Hayek and I have in common. A true shame after seeing her in that almighty Globe's gown.
And off the back of the collection's success at the Globes, Charlotte Tilbury has announced a number of new products in the Pillow Talk line.
It will include everything from eye palettes, highlighters, new lipsticks, and blushers, with the range dropping on January 10 on the brand's website.
Glossy lips, dewy skin and peachy tones will continue to dominate the beauty scene in 2020. And we'll gladly look as golden as a globe for as long as we can.
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