The Rosie for Autograph makeup range is a stunning collection and I’ve featured several pieces of the makeup, as well as a body oil on my blog already. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s trademark lip look is a vintage inspired red lip which she is said to like as it accentuates her lips. I’ve never tried any shades of the Rosie for Autograph Lipstick or Lip Definer but the packaging is so beautiful with a rose gold metallic theme across the packaging of the range which suits Rosie’s love of everything vintage perfectly.
The two products Rosie is said to love for creating her signature red lip are the Rosie for Autograph Lipstick in the shade Super Model Kiss or Vintage Rouge and the Lip Definer in Supermodel which are a complete colour match for the perfect red lip, or the lipstick in Vintage Rouge for a more subtle red.
Rosie for Autograph Lipstick £14
“For hydrating, long-lasting colour, our lipsticks designed in collaboration with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are perfect for everyday and evening wear. Made using high-quality ingredients including argan oil, your lips will feel soft and smooth when wearing. Finished off Rosie;s signature rose gold packaging, these lipsticks make a great new addition to your handbag.“
The Rosie for Autograph Lipstick is available in nine different shades including nudes, pinks, berries and reds. The packaging is just so sleek with weighty metal casing that feels so luxurious in the hand. The Rosie for Autograph range is on the pricey side but when you compare the quality of the packaging of the Rosie for Autograph Lipsticks against the MAC Lipsticks with their lightweight plastic packaging, there’s no question the Rosie for Autograph Lipstick is far superior and it even has a magnetic closure similar to the NARS Audacious Lipsticks.
The lipstick bullet even has the Rosie ‘rose’ logo engraved into it which is such a nice touch, and the lipstick even has an identical vanilla scent to the MAC Lipsticks too. I have the Rosie for Autograph Lipstick in the shade Vintage Rouge is a bright neutral toned red which I think would flatter all skin tones, and from what I’ve seen online the Super Model Kiss shade is more of a blue toned shade in comparison. The formula is very lovely with a creamy and smooth consistency which reminds me of the NARS Audacious formula too, with the same intense colour payoff and longevity. I’d love to try a couple of the nude shades next as it’s such a comfortable formula to wear.
Rosie for Autograph Lip Definer £12.50
“From our glamorous collaboration with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, this lip definer is the perfect companion to one of the lip colours from our exclusive collection. Featuring a built-in sharpener and finished with Rosie’s signature rose gold detailing, this long lasting lip liner helps prevent lipstick from smudging and feathering.“
I always like to try and match my lip liner to my lipstick, or failing that use a clear lip liner to prevent any feathering or bleeding from my lipstick. The Rosie for Autograph Lip Definers are available in just four shades so I definitely think the shade range could be extended as there’s literally one pink shade, one nude shade, one red shade and one brown shade and I think it would be better if the lip liners mirrored the shades within their lipstick range.
The packaging is nice with a coloured end to reflect the shade inside which is ideal as I store my lipliners in a recycled candle jar and I like being able to see which colour is which without having to check shade names or remove any caps/lids. The very end of the lip liner houses a very handy sharpener so you can keep your lip definer tip very precise and sharp which is imperative for such a bold shade but it’s actually a twist up liner so you won’t waste any pencil by sharpening the whole pencil.
Strangely enough, there’s no mention of the shade of the lip liner anywhere on the packaging once you’ve removed it from the box. The pencil is very smooth and creamy, and the formula really reminds me of the Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Lip Liners and it glides across the lips and makes for the perfect base for lipstick.
I’d love to know if you’ve tried the Rosie for Autograph Lipstick range or any of the Lip Definers?