Charlotte Tilbury, contributing beauty editor for Vogue has received an MBE from Queen Elizabeth, for her services to the beauty and cosmetics industry, where she has served for over 20 years.
Her MBE title follows her remarkable achievement and recognition within the year, as she won the Best Influencer Brand award at the 2018 Vogue Beauty Awards and was also enlisted in the Queen’s birthday honors’ list in June this year.
Speaking about her MBE title, the make-up and beauty mogul said, “Today has been one of the most magical days of my life. I am so delighted and thrilled to receive this honour, especially from Her Majesty, the Queen, who has been an endless source of inspiration to me. To be recognized for my contribution to the beauty industry is a dream come through! I want to thank all of my supportive family, my wonderful friends, my dream team, and my inspirational industry peers who have supported me along the way. Thank you to everyone who has helped me realize my dream of sharing the confidence -boosting powers of make-up magic with the world.”
Tilbury was appointed by Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue as contributing editor for the fashion magazine last year, 2017, and has since then performed amazingly well with the brand. Enninful expressed his excitement for his editor saying, “I’m so thrilled for Charlotte. Not only is she a brilliant make-up artist but also a pioneering businesswoman who is changing the landscape of the beauty industry as we know it.”
The new MBE holder launched her eponymous brand in 2013 and has worked on over 100 Vogue magazine covers throughout the decades of her career. She is also a global ambassador for Women for Women International, which basically gives practical and moral support to women survivors of war.