Rosie Huntington-Whiteley just showed me what's inside her make-up bag, and these are her go-to products

Including one iconic perfume

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing a black dress inside Space NK
(Image credit: David M. Benett/Getty Images for Rose Inc)

As a beauty editor, I have a natural curiosity for what make-up products people use. My curiosity is so extreme, in fact, that just this morning I struck up a conversation with a complete stranger on the train over the foundation she was applying. 

Put frankly, I'm nosey when it comes to other people's beauty routines—and this is never truer than when it comes to celebs whose makeup looks I admire, most notably Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 

You see, I have been quite obsessed with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's glowing, natural-looking beauty looks for some time now, and I have long wanted to know what make-up products she uses, whether it be her go-to mascara or lipstick. So, when the opportunity arose for me to meet her and quiz her on her beauty routine earlier this week, suffice it to say I jumped at the chance.

And it's worth pointing out here that while I know most celebs with their own make-up lines (Huntington-Whiteley founded Rose Inc, a make-up brand that specialises in glowing, easy-to-use formulas, like the iconic Tinted Serum) don't like discussing any other products, I also know through following her on Instagram that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is not one of those celebrities.

So despite expecting to see some Rose Inc products in her bag (why create them if you don't like them, after all?), I also anticipated I was going to get an insight into some of her other everyday favourite make-up products—and she didn't disappoint.

After pulling her make-up bag out of a very chic Prada Supernova bag, she ran through some of the contents with me, and I was shocked to learn that we share some favourites. So without further ado, here are Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's five go-to make-up products.

1. The perfume

2. The lipstick

3. The lip balm

4. The lip liner

5. The eyeshadow

Shannon Lawlor
Executive Beauty Editor

Shannon Lawlor is the Executive Beauty Editor at Marie Claire. With nearly a decade of experience working for some of the beauty industry’s most esteemed titles, including Who What Wear, Glamour UK, Stylist and Refinery29, Shannon’s aim is to make the conversation around beauty as open, relatable and honest as possible. As a self-confessed lazy girl, Shannon has an affinity for hard-working perfumes, fool-proof make-up products and does-it-all skincare.