Beauty Cues: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Launches Her New Line In Signature Style
Seriously, you guys, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley needs to stop being so freakin’ flawless. In addition to being a Victoria’s Secret Angel, (hopefully one-off — sorry, lady, I love you but it’s just not your thing) actress, and the girlfriend to supremely handsome action hero Jason Statham, the model has just launched her own eponymous lingerie line (which features, get this, roses!) with British retailer Marks & Spencer. Rosie has a signature beauty look that she doesn’t often deviate from, and for good reason: it’s pretty, subtle, and highlights her perfect features rather than overshadowing them. Fortunately for us flawed mortals, it’s also universally flattering, so while it may not make you look like Rosie, you’ll definitely look like a better, rosier version of yourself.
GET THE LOOK
- Make Up For Ever Eyeshadow in Slate Grey: This eyeshadow is used to literally create a shadow by contouring the eyes — you’ll want to focus the color less on the lid and more so just above it in the crease and directly below the browbone. Follow the natural shape of the eye socket for the most realistic look; this creates a shadow similar to what would naturally occur under flattering low lights. Don’t go too heavy on the color as the result should be very soft, and blend, blend, blend.
- ILIA Tinted Lip Conditioner in Blossom Lady: Beestung lips come naturally to Ms. Huntington-Whiteley, but the rest of us can fake the pillowy look with this pink conditioning balm. The sheer tint can be built upon to create a more opaque shade like Rosie’s or applied lightly to let your own lip color peek through — either way, the moisturizing formula plumps and enhances, with ingredients so natural you could eat it. (Not recommended.)
- Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Blissful: A warm peachy pink shade is more unexpected than rose and more natural than vivid coral. For Rosie’s sculpted look, use a large angled brush to direct the color from temples diagonally toward the mouth, blending as you go.