If you read my Rosie for Autograph lowdown post a few months back, you’ll know I’ve been pretty darn impressed with the range. Naturally, I felt compelled to add to my collection with some products I hadn’t tried yet.
For research purposes, of course.
I knew I wanted to try some eyeshadows so I picked up two of the Cream Eyeshadow Crayons (£12.50) in the shades Movie Star Crush, a beautiful soft purple toned taupe and Feline Fox which is a lovely bronze. These shades really remind me of the By Terry Ombré Blackstars just slightly less metallic and more than half the price.
I absolutely love these crayons, they’re super pigmented and blend wonderfully. What’s great is that they don’t crease and last well throughout the day. I love wearing these on their own with a little eyeliner and lots of lashes for a quick, pulled together look. They work well as a base for powder shadows too. If you’ve been eyeing up the By Terry ones, these are a great, more affordable alternative.
I thought it would be rude not to try one of the Eyeshadow Palettes (£18) and I picked up the I Feel Like A Million Dollars quad which has very neutral, soft shades with a great mix of shimmer and matte formulas. These palettes give me major Charlotte Tilbury vibes and the formula is fantastic – extremely pigmented, buttery and blendable. I can definitely see myself picking another palette up in the future.
Finally, I picked up the Starstruck Highlighter (£15) after getting on with the contour version so well. This is an icy, pink highlighter that sits on the skin beautifully. It’s extremely pigmented so only a little is needed and it blends out with ease. On its own it works well but if you’re a crazy highlight kinda gal, layer a powder over the top so it can be seen from space.
Once again, this range does not disappoint and if you haven’t checked it out yet then you need to get yourself onboard.
Have you tried any of these?
Love, Kate xo