The Rosie Huntington Whitely Make Up Range for Marks and Spencer continuously amazes me. I first wrote about the range when it first launched. Since then I have come across the Rosie For Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Sticks and was instantly drawn to them.
I have two shades from the Rosie For Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Sticks*. The first one is Feline Fox which is a taupe gold shade. I actually do not own an cream shadow in this shade. There is a little bit of shimmer which means it is great way to transition a look from day to night during the week.
Movie Star Crush reminds me a little bit of the By Terry Ombre Backstar in Misty Rock, however I prefer Feline Fox on days when I want to add a bit of pink to an daytime eye look. Misty Rock is beautiful but it is more of a special evening shade where as Feline Fox is less in your face. It can look slightly matte with a hint of shimmer which I really like.
Both of the eye shadow sticks apply like a dream on the lids. They are incredibly pigmented, blend easily with the fingers or even a brush. Personally I like to apply it from the stick and just smooth the edges slightly with my fingers.
The main thing which impressed me is the longevity of the Rosie For Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Sticks.* They are a bit of a pain to get off the eyes which I actually quite like. I often do not have time it reapply my make up so something that stands the test of time is always a winner for me personally. I know I could wear this work to work, go out for a meal with a friend in the evening and it will still be on my face when I return home later that night.
Overall, I really enjoy the Rosie For Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Sticks. If you are someone who is always travelling, on the go, in a rush or just want something quick and easy on the lids, this is the one stick for you.
Have you tried the Rosie For Autograph Cream Eyeshadow Sticks? Let me know what you think.