Rosie For Autograph

I have just an incredible range to write about in today’s post. I bring to you a few select items that were sent to me from the Rosie for Autograph range that is available at Marks & Spencers. For those of you who don’t know Rosie, her full name is Rosie-Huntington Whiteley and she is one of the Angel’s from Victoria’s Secret’s Models. She is also engaged to an incredible famous actor; Jason Statham (Who I adore! Check out Fast&Furious series and The Transporter Trilogy). The range features a very capsule selection of products ranging from base products to lip products to nails and it’s all very affordable and luxurious in packaging.


The Bronzer from the range is definitely one of the more popular products from the range. Particularly because it’s obvious that Rosie took inspiration from Nars’s Lagoona Bronzer when she was designing it and formulating it. Now I’ve never used the Lagoona Bronzer but I have great reviews and hype about it.



This Bronzer is beautifully pigmented in that you can build it up slowly, not to much pigment is applied to the face upon initial application. The Bronzer’s powder is super soft and buttery and 100% finely milled that it’s just a dream to blend into the complexion. I love the rose shaped detail in the centre of it (it even has a R for Rosie in the centre of the rose) and the fact that the compact comes with such a decent sized mirror. The Bronzer I have is in the shade Magic Contour.


Another face product from the range that I’ve seriously enjoyed using is the Cream Blush in the shade Camisole Blush. This is a stunning blush that adds a lot of natural warmth to the skin. Shade wise it’s very neutral making it the perfect coloured blush to combine with a smoky eye or a strong makeup look.



Much like the Bronzer the blush blends beautifully into the skin without leaving any harsh lines. My only issue is that it’s not that great for application over powder, it does tend to cause the makeup under it to move. However if you apply this before powdering and then powder around it, it shouldn’t cause any problems whatsoever.


Final face item that I was sent is the Miracle Concealer. This is a stick concealer and it’s really heavy duty when it comes to coverage. I personally wouldn’t recommend this for under the eyes as I found it to slightly cake in that area. I also felt it to be quite heavy to, it makes you feel like your wearing makeup when you have it under the eyes.


I do however like this for spot concealing or even concealing the area around the nose. It conceals redness flawlessly. Consistence of the concealer is similar to the Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage concealer palette. I have this concealer in the shade 1.



My favourite products from the range definitely have got to be the eyeshadow stick pens and I’ve got two of them. The first is in the shade Feline Fox and this is a true bronze brown shade. Perfect for anyone who loves a neutral eye look. The formulation of these eyeshadow stick pens  is super soft and blend beautifully just like everything else in this range.


The second shade that I have is Movie Star Crush and this has been compared highly to the ByTerry Ombre Blackstar eyeshadow pens in the shade Misty Rock so if your looking for a less expensive option than this range is the perfect choice. The packaging of these eyeshadows is also very similar to the ByTerry, however I think I prefer the rose gold of these ones compared to the silver of the ByTerry.


Those are all the incredible products that I was sent from Rosie For Autograph and to be honest I haven’t found one fault with any of them. They are beautifully formulated and it’s obvious the Rosie-Huntington Whiteley put a lot of thought with M&S creative team into creating these gorgeous products.

-Talk Soon xx

Disclaimer: Some of the products featured on this site have been sent for review consideration by brand PR teams, however all opinions and comments are the authors. Any sponsored content (paid for product placement) will be clearly marked as such. All opinions remain the authors own, even when the content is sponsored.

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