This eyeshadow quad is from Marks & Spencer's own make up brand Autograph and comes from their collaboration with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, I'm not usually all that phased by celebrity collections but after reading the post from Barely There Beauty, i really wanted to get my hands on the Copper Gold Rush Eyeshadow Quad. I actually wanted to avoid buying more make up this year and use up more of what i own but after a lot of deliberation, i caved and ordered it.
I've only had this eyeshadow quad in my possession for a week now and i couldn't wait any longer before sharing it with you. It has the most beautiful and luxurious Rose Gold Packaging - sadly it is the type of packaging that will be a nightmare to keep clean and will be covered in fingerprints but at the moment it's very dreamy. It also has a really lovely rose detail on the front but you can't actually see it in the photos. I don't know about you but i find reflective surfaces very difficult to photograph.
It comes with four shades; a matte grey toned brown, a shimmery plum, a shimmery beige/gold and matte dark brown with a very subtle shimmer running through it. I'm obsessed with this quad, i think the shades are beautiful and they compliment each other so well.
The colour pay off is pretty good but they are a little sheer which isn't necessarily a bad thing as it does allow you to have more control over the amount you apply and you can build the colour up quite easily. The eyeshadows themselves are good quality, they blend together beautiful and stay in place really well without creasing. It's quite a versatile little quad and i think so many different combinations can be made from these four shades to satisfy both daytime and nighttime wear. My favourite shade is proving to be the matte grey toned brown as it's just such a lovely crease and transition colour.
This eyeshadow quad retails at £18 and is available here, it definitely isn't cheap - i don't know if Autograph is classed as high street or high end but the price range of this particular collection definitely leans more towards a high end price range.
Will you be picking up anything from the Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Autograph Collection?