Flower Beauty Petal Pout Lip Color in Spiced Petal vs. Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick - Pillow Talk

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Makeup Maven, Kristin, says: There is a lot of hype behind the Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks, and frankly, I'm not sure why. While the lipstick went on smoothly, was creamy to wear and was generally very fancy feeling, it did not perform well. It is not a long-lasting formula, still has a bit of a sheen even though it is advertised as a matte formula, and sank into any sort of line or dry patch on my lips (even if I exfoliated beforehand). The Flower lipstick performed the same, if not better, in all areas and it was a bit more comfortable to wear, having a thicker, more glossy finish. These two products are also very close in shade, with the Flower Beauty being just a hair darker. In this comparison, there is no reason to splurge - I wholeheartedly recommend the Flower Beauty lipstick.

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