Charlotte Tilbury caused another sturr in the beauty industry when the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation launched, Charlotte Tilbury is one of those brands that you just want try to see what miracles each product brings. I was lucky enough to get this foundation just after it launched and I've been trying and trialling it since.
In a frosted bottle with a lid which slots within the casing for the pump I was a little confused and still end up unscrewing it rather than popping the lid off but thats just me being forgetful. I have to mention I like the control of product flow you can get with the pump. The foundation claims has added benefits such as hyaluronic acid and concentrated vitamin c which means it is great for those with dry skin.
Initially when I first tried this on my hand (for this post) I definitely thought it is full coverage, but once I tried this on my face I noticed it soaked into my buffing brush which left me a little confused so I used a much less packed brush similar to flat foundation brush but not as flat that is when this foundation worked better I do still find I have to build up more on certain areas. Once applied I find it is quite dewy which I don't mind. The consistency I would say is average not too runny and not too thick, a little goes a long way with this foundation around two pumps are all I have to use. If you don't mind applying foundation with your fingers you can probably get the full coverage effect with no problem. I also think this may work better with the CT foundation brush as it is recommended on the packaging. Finally although this has added benefits for moisture which is not a negative thing my skin however doesn't like that so I have to set with setting powder and touch up through the day.