I don't think there's much that a beauty blogger loves more than a shiny new makeup range, especially when it comes from supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and is housed in gorgeous rose gold packaging! Rosie's line of products with Marks & Spencer just keeps on expanding, and her new beauty line has such a Charlotte Tilbury vibe to it. It's obviously at a much more affordable price to Charlotte Tilbury, which is basically luxury makeup at it's finest, but Rosie for Autograph is really comparable to a lot of high end, designer brands.
Lipstick | L-R: Nude Mink & Camisole Blush
Swatches | Top-Bottom: Camisole Blush, Nude Mink | £14 each
My eyes lit up when I saw the range of beautiful lipsticks as there are so many lovely wearable neutral shades! I picked up the lightest of the bunch called Nude Mink which is a pale peachy nude colour with a warm tone to it so it won't wash me out. I also got Camisole Blush which is the prettiest classic neutral pink, that has got an ever so slight mauve undertone which makes it so unique and right on trend. These apply super creamy and feel lovely on the lips but give off more of a satin finish as opposed to a glossy one. They really remind me of the YSL Rouge Pur Couture formula!
Eyeshadow Quad | I Feel Like A Million Dollars | £18
When I first had a peek at the collection online I was left a little underwhelmed by the eyeshadow palettes, but was so surprised once I'd seen them in store how lovely they really are! I Feel Like A Million Dollars is a gorgeous bronzey brown toned palette which just screams Charlottle Tilbury Dolce Vita. It has three gorgeous shimmery shades; a champagne highlight colour, a light gold, a bronze, and then a deep chocolatey brown semi-matte shade, which isn't as sparkly as the others but does still have a little shimmer to it. These shadows are so pigmented and buttery soft which is something that really surprised me! I definitely recommend that you check these quads out for yourself as you won't be disappointed.
Cream Eyeshadow Stick | Almond Eyes | £12.50
By Terry Ombre Blackstar dupe anyone?! Yep, as soon as I saw these Cream Eyeshadow Sticks as part of Rosie's line it was the first thing I knew I'd buy, as they bear such a striking resemblance to the By Terry versions. I bought the shade Almond Eyes which is a pretty shimmery beige champagne shade and goes perfectly with the eyeshadow quad I picked up. It does apply lovely and smooth but can be a little tricky to blend out, so I'd recommend not bothering with a brush and just using your finger to blend it out instead. I wouldn't say it's as good as the Ombre Blackstars but for the price it's worth a try.
Eyeshadow Swatches | Top 4 Shades: IFLAMD, Bottom shade: Almond Eyes
I'm really impressed with the new makeup range, it's really good quality and I love the gorgeous coppery rose gold packaging, I think you really get what you pay for here.
What do you make of Rosie's new beauty range? Have you tried it?