The £14 Marks & Spencer red lipstick that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is crazy over
Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the face of the Rosie for Autograph makeup range at Marks & Spencer and has been pictured using the Vintage Rouge lipstick which retails at £14 from the high street store.
Is there anyone out there more radiant and glowing than Rosie Huntington-Whiteley? We think not. Flawless skin, the poutiest lips ever and lashes that go on for miles – in fact, we’d quite like to be her please. The gorgeous supermodel is the face of the Rosie for Autograph makeup range at Marks & Spencer and how stunning does she look in the latest campaign shots? Working a red lip, her colour of choice is the Vintage Rouge and it costs £14 from the high street store. Hydrating and long-lasting, with a matte finish, it’s the kind of shade that one could sport in the day and also to glam up an evening look.
Pucker up Rosie!
Although Rosie has access to the most expensive, high-end beauty products ever, she is partial to a beauty bargain or two and we have recently discovered that two of her best-loved products cost under a tenner.
£14, Marks & Spencer
“I swear by the classic NIVEA Body Cream. Every time I use it, I’m like ‘why would anyone use any other body cream?’. It smells good, it gives the most beautiful sheen and it is so moisturising. I have all these amazing, expensive, gorgeous-smelling creams and I love them but I always come back to the Nivea” she recently told Glamour magazine. What’s more, the cream costs just £3.99 and has legions of fans, including the Duchess of Sussex. Back in January, the fiancé of Jason Statham shared a series of behind-the-scenes snaps on her Instagram account whilst getting ready for an event, and makeup junkies noticed a bottle of Weleda Skin Food on her make-up table.
The cream costs just £9.95 for 100ml at Holland and Barrett. Packed with plant extracts and essential oils, it’s great for drying skin that needs a little TLC. And not only that, but Victoria Beckham loves it too, so it must be pretty good…