Celebrity make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury is launching her own make-up collection in department store Selfridges on September 2.
Charlotte Tilbury is launching her own make-up line.
The celebrity make-up artist - who has worked with the likes of Kate Moss and Gisele Bündchen - will launch the full collection of skincare and cosmetics, which she hopes is accessible to all, at department store Selfridges in Oxford Street, London on September 2.
She said: ''I just think beauty shouldn't be an exclusive club - everyone should be able to look good. There's nobody, not even the greatest beauty on the planet, who doesn't look better with a bit of make-up.''
In addition, the secret Magic Cream, which she has been using backstage on all of her model's faces for years will be part of the product line, but she refuses to reveal to product recipe.
She told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''I've been experimenting with and perfecting the formula for many years and never go to a shoot or show without it.''
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