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Rosie for Autograph

Friday, 11 March 2016

A couple of weeks ago I went on a massive cruelty free beauty shopping spree. I've seen a lot of posts about Rosie Huntington-Whitely's make up range for M&S, so I popped in to have a browse and see what all the fuss was about. 

First of all, the packaging is rose gold. I LOVE LOVE LOVE rose gold everything, so the packaging is of course a big thumbs up from me. It is also feels very luxurious, with Rosie's signature engraved subtly on the front of each product. 

As these products feel and look very luxurious, you may be wondering how expensive these products are. I only picked up two items; the Starstruck Highlighter and a Cream Blush. The highlighter was £15 and the blush was £14, so not exactly drugstore prices, although not as expensive as some high end brands. Obviously if you buy a lot of her products it will soon add up, but individually, they are reasonably priced. 

Now for the most important point. All of her products are cruelty free and are BUAV approved!! When I first went up to have a look at her products, I saw the leaping bunny symbol and knew straight away that I had to get at least one item! Also, according to the M&S website, both of the products that I bought are 'suitable for vegetarians and vegans', so of course this knowledge makes me love her products even more. 

On the left is a swatch of the cream Starstruck Highlighter stick and next to it is the Cream Blush in the shade English Rose Flush. Now I don't usually go for cream products, so I wanted to branch out and try something out of my comfort zone, and it's safe to say that I'm so so glad that I did! 

1 comment on "Rosie for Autograph "
  1. Beautiful pictures! I think I may have to go and pop into M&S now!