My Oxfordshire correspondent, next-eldest sister Hannah, has some important information about Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley’s collaboration with Marks and Spencer on make-up.
“Personally, I am not a great believer in celebrity collaborations but I am preparing to do a major U-turn having discovered Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s beauty range for Autograph at M&S.
The packaging is pretty but a bit cheap and plasticky, and also a tad rip-offy of Charlotte Tilbury, but there’s some truly great products.
I bought the Instant-Glow bronzing powder which is sheer and biscuity and AMAZING for fluffing on in vast quantities to perk up sad summer skin without being sparkly or looking like dirt.
I also got a fat lip balm pencil called a Lip-Glossy in a shade irritatingly named Sweet Nothing Kisses which you can swipe on quickly without it feeling sticky or gluey. It lives in my handbag and when I put it on I feel like I have made An Effort which is rare.
I could easily have bought the Amazing Radiance Cream and any of the Cream Eye Shadow sticks, but I thought that was enough as I’d only popped in for some chicken teddies.”
More news from Banbury and the surrounding area as I have it.
I think I will get one of Lip Balm pencils. I spent less time making that decision than I did pondering chicken teddies – soft toys for a dog? Things you stuff in your bra? Underwear like a Jilly Cooper heroine? Or chicken pieces shaped like teddies? X
I too was wondering what chicken teddies could be?
I fear that is chicken shaped like a teddy bear in breadcrumbs …
Well these comments are all a relief. I thought it was just because I am an ignorant Australian that I wondered WTF were chicken teddies. All I can say is that whatever they are we don’t have them downunder!
yes they are chicken pieces in a teddy breadcrumb shape. I don’t think M&S call them “chicken teddies”… at least, they’re not listed as such on the m&s website….
Kristy Ward says
I was pondering chickens in negligee …