Another new product from Charlotte Tilbury. Meet the new Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara. According to Charlotte, the new mascara is “like a push-up bra for your lashes.” Also, the Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara is different from other mascaras. The reason it stands out is two-fold. First, it has an innovative 2-sided wand. Second, the mascara doesn’t create the look of falsies from a tube. Instead, the new mascara accentuates your own lashes. In other words, your lashes will still look like your lashes.
Even more, this is not Charlotte’s first mascara. In fact, I’ve used her other mascara, Full Fat Lashes Mascara, for years. And, I love this mascara. One reason is, it does five different things. For example, it curls and separates your lashes. Even more, it adds volume, and length to your lashes. Last the part I love most , Full Fat Lashes gives you dramatic lashes. You know that Charlotte puts lots of looks together. One look I love is her Dolce Vita Look. So, while in London I purchased the entire look in a box. Guess what was part of my look, and every other look, that Charlotte is known for? Yep! Full fat Lashes 5 Star Mascara!
You can find Charlotte’s Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara at Sephora, at Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Selfridges and on Charlotte Tilbury’s Website. Also, the Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes mini size (0.13 oz. / 4mL) costs $15. And, the large size (0.33 oz. / 10mL) costs $29.
Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara Packaging
To begin with, the mascara comes in a thick, pillow talk pink nude tube. Also, the lid of the tube is rose gold. In addition, the lid is also the handle of the applicator wand.
Now for the brush, I think it looks strange. Charlotte calls it a paddle. For one thing, it is as flat as a paddle in the center of the brush. Even more, the flat side of the applicator brush is designed to apply the mascara to your lashes. Next, on both sides of the flat side, are two rows of silicone bristles. And, the bristles start out as tiny and gradually get bigger. As a result, the brush is an hourglass shape. Finally, the brush is designed to lift and cover every single lash.
The Formula For The Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara
Let’s start with the fact that the Push Up Lashes Mascara is not waterproof! Instead, it is considered to be humidity proof. Even more, the pigments are the blackest black shade, with a sheen finish! It has the texture of a whipped formula. Next, it works to coat and extend each lash. It creates a long-lasting curl. It doesn’t flake, nor smudge. Last, it is easy to build.
Also important, the technology that created this product is called load-comb-lift technology. Lash-lifting polymers lift and hold the lashes.
In addition, the formula also includes Carnauba Wax and Microcrystalline Wax, to add body, texture and volume.
Another key ingredient, included in the formula, Kerestore, creates a super-strong conditioning effect on individual hair fibers to create a thick look and feel on the lashes.
Finally, the formula is cruelty free and gluten free.
How To Apply The Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara
First, Charlotte recommends that you start with the flat side of the brush. Load up your lashes with the formula. Next, wait a few seconds.
Last, brush the comb through to lift, separate and define your lashes!
My Final Thoughts On The Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara…..
First, I wonder why Charlotte would bother creating a new formula, new brush, and basically, a whole new mascara. First, her Full Fat Lashes Mascara is a huge favorite. I love everything about the formula, and the brush. Also, I love that it can do a lot for your lashes. Even more, I love how my lashes look with this mascara. On the other hand, the Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes formula is a more watery formula. Also, I am not a fan of the paddle brush. And, last, I am not thrilled with the spindley, spiny lash results. So, I am sticking with the Full Fat Lash Mascara! The only thing I can think of as to why Charlotte added mascara to her pillow talk line, is to give you less of a full lash? I don’t really get it! Oh well,You can’t love them all!!
What is your favorite mascara? Don’t you think there are way too many mascaras on the market today? Let me know your thoughts in the comments box below!