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Charlotte Tilbury Makeup Coming to The US!

Oh my goodness. Yes, you read the title correctly – Charlotte Tilbury’s line is coming to the US! YAY!

Charlotte Tilbury with model

While scrolling through my Twitta on Monday night, I saw Nordstrom post an article about Charlotte Tilbury and I thought I’d throw it out there to Nordstrom/the universe that I want Charlotte Tilbury cosmetics and I want them now!

And then this happened:


Okay, so technically, we can get Charlotte Tilbury cosmetics here in the US, but the only way I know how involves paying £25 pounds for shipping (nearly $50) through Selfridges! Oh hell noooo. I do not pay for shipping, and I take serious issue with any company that still practices this outlandish concept.

After a bit more research, a few sources have revealed that the line will be carried at Bergdorf Goodman, Net-a-Porter and Nordstrom later this year aka FREE SHIPPING. Weeeeeee! *The clouds part and the angels sing*

I can’t wait to get my hands on one of those bars of gold and the eyeshadow quads and her brushes and…everything. I made an entire wish list here.

Are you excited for more accessible Charlotte Tilbury cosmetics? I know I am!


7 thoughts on “Charlotte Tilbury Makeup Coming to The US!

  1. Unsurprisingly, I have no idea what’s going on.
    But giiiiirl you have never steered me wrong with my mascara and eyeliner.
    New question: FACE. Who, what, where? I’ve been using drug store meh and I think it’s time to class it up and pretend like I have a perfect complexion and amazingly contoured features. Where do I begin, my makeup guru?


    • HAha:) Baby steps, baby steps. Soon I’ll have you a VIB Rouge member at Sephora. I’m happy to help!

      Foundation/powder is a hard one to steer you in just one direction. It really all depends on your skin type (dry, oily, normal), the finish you want (matte, natural, luminous), and the price you’re comfortable with. I’m sure you won’t have any trouble color-matching which is my major issue and really limits me.

      I would direct you to your closest Sephora and have one of the makeup artists find the perfect match for you. They’re better than a counter because Sephora (or Ulta, although I would try Sephora first) has a ridiculous amount of options while your department store counter will try and sell you a particular brand. Or, you can get some work done on the front end and go here ( and use the foundation matrix on the left to find some good options for you. Then you can get samples galore at Sephora or just buy the full-size and return if you don’t like it. Sephora has a fantastic return policy; I’m a fan of the “buy and try” method myself:).

      That would be my best suggestion, but if you do want some specifics in terms of my favorites, here you go:
      Powder – Bare Minerals (amaze)
      Liquid/Cream – Make Up For Ever Mat Velvet + or HD Foundation (both are gorgeous), Estee Lauder Double Wear (oh, the lasting power), Laura Mercier Silk Creme, and NARS Sheer Glow or Sheer Matte (gorge too).

      Phew. You asked for it…:) I sincerely hope you were asking about foundation… if you want more on contouring, I have a post already that may help:

      Hope this helps! Good luck!


  2. Happy for you! I’ve kind of come to accept shipping charges since a lot of my makeup, I buy overseas (cheaper and more variety). I’m so glad that CT might be available in the States, though, when I visit in the fall 😀


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