Some of you may already be aware that Rosie Huntington-Whitely not all that long ago released a beauty & fragrance collection in collaboration with Marks & Spencers – titled: ‘Rosie for Autograph’. The Rosie for Autograph collection includes (around) 17 different types of products, which are also available in different shades or scents. Products range from a highlighter powder, mascaras, cream shadow sticks, gel eyeliners and brow pencils – so there is definitely plenty to choose from.
To try just a few of the products first, I picked up the bronzer in the shade: ‘Magic Contour’, the eyeshadow palette called ‘I feel like a million dollars’ and lastly a lipstick in the shade: ‘Camisole Blush’.
To begin I think it’s completely fair to say that this beauty collection is absolutely stunning in appearance. It has an almost Charlotte Tilbury vibe with the rose/ copper gold packaging design and uncomplicated layout. Meaning that the whole putting together of this make-up is really quite elegant and luxurious in both appearance and touch.
Out of the bronzers I went with the shade: ‘Magic Contour’, as after going through a slight swatch test at the counter I soon realised that this bronzer suits, matches and compliments my skin tone the best. In my opinion this bronzer is really pigmented and of course with that it gives an excellent colour pay off. I also want to mention that this is one of those bronzers that when using, you only want to press down lightly with your brush, as you will gather a lot of pigment very easily – meaning that this will not look as subtle when swiped across your cheekbones if you have a lot on your brush! The shade: ‘Magic Contour’ is quite subtle in colour with the shade being more tanned and orange under-toned, it is however a beautiful warm shade that not only compliments a light skin tone but also works well with tanned skin also.
The eyeshadow palette: ‘I feel like a million dollars’ is my favourite out of all of the eyeshadow palettes within the collection, as it has four very usable, everyday (or even evening wear) shades which generally I tend to love. Each shade is super pigmented and gives again an excellent colour pay off. They have a creamy texture with also being very lightweight and thin in consistency. Each shade within this quad palette has a shimmery but not glittery finish, that really does look so pretty on the eye.
Last but not least, the lipstick in the shade: ‘Camisole Blush’, which actually isn’t the shade that I first gazed my eyes upon – but after the original shade I wanted was out of stock I settled to try this one instead… and I’m so glad it was out of stock now!! I have fell head over heels in love with this lipstick! The shade: ‘Camisole Blush’, is a pink nude which compliments so many different styles of looks beautifully! It glides onto the lips effortlessly, with a moisturising and hydrating texture. I have also found this lipstick to work very well with many different styles of lip pencils, such as nudes, browns and light rose’y pinks too.
Overall I would definitely recommend for anyone to check out the Rosie for Autograph collection at Marks & Spencers, as I am so impressed with the quality of the make-up that I have tried so far! I will definitely be returning to the Rosie for Autograph counter at my local M&S soon to see what other make-up goodies I can pick up!
What do you think to the ‘Rosie for Autograph’ make-up collection?