The Rosie For Autograph beauty collection has been making a bit of a splash in the bloggersphere. However, it wasn't until I saw it in action in a Lisa Eldridge video that I became obsessed with trying it. The Rosie For Autograph Beauty Collection is the latest addition to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ever growing collaboration with Marks & Spencer.
The Rosie For Autograph Beauty Collection is a huge collection, currently standing at 48 different items and shades. The collection is designed to be an easy-to-use range, full to the brim with modern make-up classics. There really is something for everyone, there are concealers, cream eyeshadows, highlighting powders, eyeshadow palettes and lipsticks.
I can never resist a new highlighter and I loved the look of the Highlighting Powder. I've actually never used a loose powder highlighter and so this was a new experiment for me. In the pot it honestly doesn't look that special, but the first time I used this I was blown away. The Highlighting Powder really packs a punch, it's packed with glow and it looks almost pearlescent on the cheekbones.
My other weakness in life is cream eyeshadow, so I knew I had to try the Cream Eyeshadow Stick. I picked up the shade 'Almond Eyes' and I so happy that the formula is beautiful. It honestly glides on so smoothly and the formula feels like butter. It blends out really easily too, giving you a lovely pigment with a metallic finish. They last really well (even on my oily eyelids) and they do not crease.
You cannot deny that this whole collection is packaged beautifully and I was pleasantly surprised with how well it performed. I wasn't sure whether the hype surrounding the launch could be believed, but I'm glad that both these products were worth the pennies. You can shop the full Rosie For Autograph Beauty Collection at Marks & Spencer, prices start at £8.