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As soon as I shared news on Charlotte Tilbury’s Bigger Bright Eyes Transform-Eyes palette, I started getting questions about how it compares to Charlotte’s best selling eyeshadow quad, the Dolce Vita. I thought that the easiest way to answer this was to show you photos and swatches of the palettes side by side. So please check out my Charlotte Tilbury Dolce Vita Transform-Eyes Comparison Swatches. I hope it helps!
So as a quick recap, there are two brand new eyeshadow palettes in the just-launched Beauty Filters collection, which you can check out here. I love them both, but my favourite, without question, is Transform-eyes. I adore it and literally cannot stop wearing it.
It is a beautiful warm toned palette and this has led readers to ask how it looks against the very gorgeous, and super popular Dolce Vita Quad.
So below on the left is Dolce Vita, and on the right is Transform-eyes:
It may be worth noting that Transform-Eyes is Limited edition, so you might want to grab it while you can.
Charlotte Tilbury Dolce Vita Transform-Eyes Comparison Swatches
For the sake of being thorough, I thought I’d show you swatches shot in the same conditions individually, and then show them side by side.
Dolce Vita Swatches
Featuring luxurious copper-toned, bronze and champagne colours:
Featuring soft champagne gold, copper-gold, dark chocolate brown and deep brick-red:
Dolce Vita (left), Transform-Eyes (right)
They are both such beauties. I love DV … so so much… but I really think I’m even more in love with this gorgeous newbie!
I really hope that these Charlotte Tilbury Dolce Vita Transform-Eyes comparison swatches have been helpful. The way that Charlotte labels the shades has changed a little, but ultimately they both follow a similar application code, which basically makes everything super easy.
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