A FORMER employee of the cult favourite make-up brand Charlotte Tilbury has spilled the beans on the company, sharing a controversial thing all staff members had to follow.
Over the years, Charlotte Tilbury has become one of the biggest make-up giants in the world, with a massive fan base. But what is it like working for the company?
Maggie took to TikTok where she spilled the beans on the make-up giantCredit: Tiktok – @maggieanne.n
According to the former employee, staff members had to follow a strict make-up policy when on shiftCredit: Tiktok – @maggieanne.n
Well, one former employee, Maggie A., from the UK, has taken to TikTok to share the less known secrets – and turns out, there were strict policies to follow.
According to Maggie, the brand took appearance ”very seriously” – and it applied to those heading for their shifts too.
In her video, the stunner claimed that you had to wear a full face of make-up – but there were high standards to meet.
”If they weren’t happy, they would literally tell you to go and change your make-up or apply more depending on what they weren’t happy with.”
This, she said, would ”p**s” her off.
”How are you gonna tell me I can’t do my job properly because I’ve not got enough eyeliner on? Like, it doesn’t make any sense.”
Another requirement, Maggi went on, was ensuring your outfit of the day matched the make-up look you were going for – however, the managers would not be as ”strict” about this.
Meanwhile, when it came to photo shoots for adverts and new launches, it wasn’t just make-up artists doing the looks – on occasions, the face behind the successful brand, Charlotte Tilbury, would arrive with a helping hand too.
”She used to make sure everything was perfect.”
In terms of employee benefits, Maggie said that staff members would get an in-house make-up training, as well as ”so much free make-up given to you”.
”And anything else you wanted to buy, it’d be 70 per cent off.”
Needless to say, fellow make-up lovers couldn’t believe how much the employees could save.
One exclaimed: ”70 percent wow!”
Another said: ”Thanks for sharing.”
Someone else chucked: ”I wanna work for Charlotte tilbury now.”