Charlotte Tilbury teams up with A-lister friends for charity lipstick collection

Julie Delahaye

Charlotte Tilbury boasts an impressive list of A-list clients from Victoria Beckham to Amal Clooney, so it comes as no surprise that when the beauty guru decided to create a collection of lipsticks for charity Women for Women International, her celebrity clients were on hand to help. Nine celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Salma Hayek and Emily Ratajkowksi have all collaborated with Charlotte and lent their names to the lipsticks, creating beauty must-haves in their signature shades.

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Kim Kardashian is one of the stars who has collaborated with Charlotte Tilbury

Launching in June, the new collection, named Hot Lips, will include twelve shades inspired by the biggest stars in Hollywood and the fashion industry. Liv Tyler, Sienna Miller, Nicole Kidman, Kate Bosworth, Helena Bonham-Carter and Penelope Cruz all have shades named after them, while fashionistas such as Miranda Kerr, Cindy Crawford and Poppy Delevingne also feature in the collection.

"Lipstick is that thing that pulls you together, makes you feel like a woman – it gives you confidence and makes you feel powerful," Charlotte told Vogue. "That's why I've called on all of my friends, these beautiful and inspirational women, to help me spread this message as much as we can."

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Charlotte created a lipstick collection inspired by her favourite A-lister friends

Charlotte also revealed that her A-list friends were not only supportive, but keen to get involved as much as possible, with some of the stars helping to make decisions on important details from the exact shade they were after down to what their particular lipstick should be called.

Beauty addicts who manage to get their hands on the highly-coveted products will be delighted to hear that the profits are also going towards a great cause, with £1 from every collection being donated to Women for Women, an organisation which works to help women around the world living in countries affected by war and conflict.