Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

March 2, 2016

If you know me, you’ll know Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is my absolute dream woman, style idol and everything goalsShe always looks great and is just so effortlessly chic isn’t she? I have a few things from her M&S lingerie and nightwear range which I love, but when I heard she had created a make up line, the excitement was on a-whole-nother level. I instantly imagined dusty pink lipsticks, rose toned blush’s and subtle bronze shades, all of which I was delighted to discover when I went in store. Read on for my Rosie for Autograph make up review!

Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

I had told myself that I was going to buy only 2 items as I’m supposed to be on a make up ban because I’m going to New York in…oh wait…11days!!! Anyway, I tried to whittle it down, I really did, but I came out with 5 items. Ooops/YUM!

I picked up the brow pencil in ‘Natural Brow 1’, eyeshadow palette in ‘I Feel Like A Million Dollars’, a lipstick in ‘Silk Cami’ and a lipstick in ‘Dolly Baby’, the miracle concealer in shade 1 and I also got a gold make up bag free because I bought 2 or more pieces which was a lovely little touch.

The lipsticks – Dolly Baby & Silk Cami

I have already planned which lipsticks I’m going to go back and buy (aka all of them) as I love these two so much already. The colours are shades I’ve not seen anywhere else and Dolly Baby is becoming my daily go-to-your-lips-but-better pink. Silk Cami is a browny/nudey/camel shade which I probably wouldn’t have normally gone for but it’s actually quite a nice subtle shade against my natural lip colour meaning it doesn’t look too dramatic. Love. Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

The eyeshadow palette

This adorbs little quad is full of the colours I use day to day on my eyes. The peachy toned golds are perfect for a bronze smokey eye or I sometimes use the lightest shade just on it’s own. The little white highlight shade makes your inner corners pop and your brow bones glisten….yum. And as much as I’d love to take my Morphe 35W palette around with me, this little guy is the ideal size for your handbag.

Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

The miracle concealer

I loved the concealer as soon as I swatched the tester onto my hand. It’s super creamy and satiny and I love the packaging and twist up mechanism. It’s a great under eye colour and for hiding any redness.

Rosie for Autograph Make Up Review

The brow pencil

The pencil in shade natural 1 is an amazing colour for my skin and hair colour. The thick spoolie just makes life that bit easier and who doesn’t love combing their brows to perfection? I’ve been using this every single day.

In case you hadn’t noticed, I loveee all of these products and can’t wait to get a few more bits from the collection. The price point is a good mid range between the high street and high end and the quality is definitely towards the high end so it’s worth what you pay!

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In these pics I’m wearing all the above products (except Silk Cami because wearing two different coloured lipsticks at the same time would be silly!)

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I hope you enjoyed my Rosie for Autograph make up review, let me know if you’ve tried any of these products and what you think of them!

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