Within the Rosie for Autograph collection, the cream blushes and lipsticks were definitely the standout product for me. With the beautiful magnetic closure on a sleek rose gold bullet, Rosie for Autograph Lipstick in the shade Rose Lace (a salmon beige) is a wearable nude.
The shade Rose Lace wore a good 5 hours on me, but since the colour is so close to my natural lip colour it did start to fade quite naturally at the end of 3 hours (with both snacking and drinking). The creamy texture did help it from sliding too much and the shade (being quite light) did settle into some lip lines, but didn’t accentuate them too drastically.
Colour wise, Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in Interlude has more beige and pink tones. NYX Pumpkin Pie has more white in the base, and is warmer and more peachy. Both colours have a different finish; they’re more creamy, whilst the Rosie for Autograph lipsticks have a more gel-like texture similar to that of the Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Shine Lipsticks, but without the sheen.
I don’t know why in the ‘warm light’ photo the lipstick has such a jelly texture. In real life and on the lips, it has more of a soft satin sheen, a demi-matte finish. In comparison, the Chanel Rouge Coco Shines and Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Shines are both glossier and thinner in terms of consistency.
There’s a light (sweet) vanilla scent, very similar to that of MAC lipstick’s. It does disappear when you wear it though. Overall, wear was comfortable. It’s not a completely weightless lipstick, but it was definitely non-drying and lightly moisturising.
You can also see the lipstick in action in my video here: