What I Think About the Rosie for Autograph Makeup Collection.

Rosie Huntington- Whiteley is one of my fave celebs. Everything about her oozes glamour and class, and her makeup is always effortless. So, when I found out she was releasing her ‘Rosie for Autograph’ makeup range at Marks and Spencer, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. She works with M&S a lot, with her fragrance and lingerie ranges, which I also really love, so was expecting good things.

To start with I just picked up a couple of items; an eyeshadow quad, shadow stick, and makeup bag.

The makeup bag is super pretty. It’s a very metallic rose gold colour all over, as is the packaging of all the products. I have more than enough makeup bags, but I just couldn’t resist. Not only does it look pretty, but it is the perfect size for your handbag. I even think you could use it as a clutch on holiday or for a night out.

Again, I have way more eyeshadows than I need, yet when I saw the selection of eyeshadow quads in this range, I was in awe. It was hard to choose just one, because they are all so gorgeous. However, the one I opted for was 'Copper Gold Rush', simply because I don’t have anything else quite like it. The colours are so unique. It’s a peachy, brown toned palette. A peach eyeshadow is hard to come by, but can actually be really pretty, especially in the summer. An ashy brown is also a really hard shade to find in an eyeshadow, for a really subtle smoky eye, or just to give a bit of definition to create that perfect no makeup makeup look – something which Rosie is Queen of. There is also a really lovely chocolate brown, and a shimmery gold; two staple eye shadow colours for me, that I have no doubt I’ll get through quickly. The products are super soft and pigmented, yet really light on the brush so is super buildable - a fool proof eyeshadow palette!

Buy it here for £18.

I also picked up an eyeshadow stick, simply because you can never have enough of them. Eyeshadow is definitely the part of my makeup routine I often get bored of quickly. Usually because I don’t have a light hand, and if I mess up, it’s the hardest part of makeup to fix. So, more often than not, I’ll take an eyeshadow stick, scribble over my eye lid, and blend blend blend. It is so quick and easy, I’m completely obsessed. I got a really soft taupe shade (Feline Fox), but there are loads to choose from. The only thing I will say is that the product is so soft, the stick snapped and moves out of the packaging easily. I might just have got a bad one, but it might be something to keep in mind.

Buy it here for £12.50

The range feels incredibly luxurious, both the products, and the gorgeous packaging. It is technically a high street collection, however the price points are definitely at the high end of high street, but you're still getting your moneys worth.

She has also recently expanded the range, which I can’t wait to check out. And if you follow her on Snapchat (RosieHW), you’ll be able to see behind the scenes from the new range, as well as seeing mini tutorials from Rosie showing you how she wears her products.

From the few products I’ve tried, I’m really impressed and will definitely be purchasing more from the range. I’ve currently got my eye on the new Matte Bronzer, Amazing Radiance Cream, and Miracle Concealer.

Check out the full Rosie for Autograph collection here.


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