NEW IN // Rosie for Autograph Make-up Collection

Warning: this post will make your eyes light up, your make-up heart beat a little stronger, and without a doubt, make you swoon. Ever since I first laid eyes on the Rosie for Autograph Make-up Collection*, I knew it would be love. Love is exactly what this collection fills me with. Not only is each product packaged in heart-palpitating rose gold goodness, but the product formulations are right up there with those luxury brands. I already have (and adore) the Rosie Huntington-Whiteley candle from her last collaboration with M&S, so when I heard she was launching her first make-up line I couldn't contain my excitement.

An image of Rosie for Autograph Make-up Collection
The range, with a 'girl on the go' theme, contains a whole host of products - 51 to be exact, so there is definitely something for everybody. I am also finding it really hard to say which product is my favourite, because out of the ones I have received, I genuinely love them all. One of the standouts though has to be the Rosie for Autograph Eyeshadow Palette in Copper Gold Rush (£18), well the name says it all really doesn't it? I love coppers and pinks, especially on my eyes so this palette was definitely the perfect match for me. The palette includes four harmonious shades, each offering a creamy, smooth powder formulation that blends so nicely on the lids. They have enough pigment on first sweep, but they can also be built up for a more intense, long-wearing finish. I have actually found these shadows work really well when paired with the Rosie for Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Stick in Feline Fox (£12.50). This is one of four shades (a gorgeous bronze) and provides a highly pigmented velvet soft formula that is comfortable and non-creasing once applied.

Rosie for Autograph Make-up Collection
Obvs I am a lipstick gal, so I was very happy to welcome these three shades of Rosie for Autograph Lipstick (£14) into my collection. Honestly, the shades I have are spot on for me, like seriously. Un boxing each one to reveal the shade had me doing little squeals. I am wearing Silk Rose below, however I think my favourite is Camisole Blush - it's the perfect everyday nude pink. Dolly Baby is of the same colour family, just a little bit brighter. These are SO creamy too, and they are also infused with argan oil for top notch hydration.

an image of Rosie for Autograph Lipsticks in:  Silk Rose, Dolly Baby and Camisole Blush
The Rosie for Autograph Amazing Radiance Cream (£18) is a really lovely little multi-tasker. The moisturising cream is infused with illuminating pigment to provide a really glowy base. I like to use this as a primer, or mix it in with my foundation for more of a subtle glow. You can use it as a liquid highlight though, which looks super radiant. 

OK so here's where the magic happens, especially for pale gals like me: the Rosie for Autograph Starstruck Contour (£15) and Starstruck Highlighter (£15). I don't know about you but I have always struggled with contouring chubby sticks in the past due to the shades always being too orange or dark for my skin. This one is the perfect shade; very subtle and brown without being orange. The finish is natural, but this can be built up, which I actually prefer to do - remember you can add but can't really take away too much. This is so unbelievably creamy, it's a real dream to work with. 

an image of Rosie for Autograph Eyeshadow in Copper Gold Blush
Products used in the below: amazing radiance cream, eyeshadow palette, contour and highlight stick and lipstick in silk rose.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Makeup Look
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Makeup Look

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