Rosie Huntington-Whiteley just looks better and better every time we see her and on Monday evening she didn't disappoint – attending the LA premiere of The Meg with partner Jason Statham in tow. The mother-of-one stunned in a full-length black dress which she accessorised with 80s-style gold jewellery and wore her blonde hair slicked back. But it was her makeup that took our breath away. The former Victoria's Secret model’s skin looked super flawless and glowing as usual, and the beauty maven sported terracotta eye makeup which was framed with super-long lashes. You can imagine our delight when we discovered the man behind the look - Patrick Ta - used Maybelline's Soda Pop Palette to create her smoky eye. The fabulous palette - which features 12 warm-toned shades – is sadly not available yet, but will be dropping in September and we can’t wait!
Fans loved RHW's latest beauty look
This isn't the first time the palette has been used by a celebrity – remember Gigi Hadid's violet, gold-wash look at the Met Gala? That was the Soda Pop Palette, also used by Patrick Ta. If it's good enough for the world's most beautiful supermodels, it's good enough for us!
The Soda Pop Palette is out in September (and we can't wait)
The 31-year-old model has just launched her first makeup blog – aptly titled Rose Inc. Back in May, she uploaded a video of her applying a nude-coloured lipstick – and fans got extremely excited.
On Rose Inc. you can find insider insider makeup tips, behind-the-scenes footage and the supermodel's picks of the best beauty products .
On the 'About us' section of the website, it reads: "She's tried countless products, worked with the best talent in the business, and she's been taking notes. Now, she's finally opening up her insider's dossier to everyone." Although RHW is the founder and editor-in-chief, the digital destination isn't a personal blog - "It's a chance to highlight and learn from the hairdressers, makeup artists, designers, creatives, influencers, and other image makers who are defining beauty on their own terms," the bio reads.