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Another day, another supermodel breaking into the fashion and beauty industries as flawlessly as you would expect. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has expanded her Rosie for Autograph brand for UK-based Marks & Spencer, which already features lingerie, sleepwear, and, soon, activewear, to include a 51-piece makeup collection.
The line, which includes moisturizer, blush, concealer, lipstick, contour products, brow products, mascara, eye makeup, and more (seriously, there’s more), are all super-flattering and wearable, and are designed to be applied with ease, making them ideal for busy working women like ourselves. Plus, the rose gold packaging makes the products pretty irresistible. Rosie told Byrdie,
“When it comes to my own makeup, I like to keep things simple; ‘pretty natural’ is my go-to look and I wanted my own collection to reflect this and make it easy for others to achieve the same.”
The Rosie for Autograph makeup collection is actually all pretty wallet-friendly too, but there’s a catch (isn’t there always?). Since Marks & Spencer is exclusively a European company, getting your hands on it stateside is going to prove pretty difficult. My suggestion is to find someone—anyone—who has plans to go to the UK in the next couple of months and arm them with some money and a shopping list.
But just because we can’t actually get the products for ourselves doesn’t mean we can’t admire them, right? Read on to see some of our favorite products from the new Rosie for Autograph makeup collection (and if you’re in the UK, hit me up):
Dusty rose is the new neutral lip. I’m calling it now.
Cream blush is a deeply underrated product. People are often intimidated because they think that the color will end up being too saturated and unnatural, when really, the cream formulation gives you more control than powder blush.
I personally love it when a gel eyeliner comes in pencil form, rather than in a pot with brush. The fewer moving parts I have to keep track of, the better. This liner also comes in gray, brown, and bright blue.
There are four different eyeshadow palettes, each with different general tones and themes, but of course the neutral one is my favorite.
Is this not the prettiest tube of mascara you’ve ever seen?