Rosie Huntington-Whiteley finding it hard to entertain toddler son during lockdown

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is finding it “challenging” to keep her two-year-old son Jack entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.The British model is currently self-isolating alongside fiance Jason Statham and their little boy at their home in Los A…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is finding it “challenging” to keep her two-year-old son Jack entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.

The British model is currently self-isolating alongside fiance Jason Statham and their little boy at their home in Los Angeles. However, in a new blog post on her Rose Inc. website, Rosie admitted coming up with activities to occupy Jack hasn’t been easy.

“I’m at home in Los Angeles with Jason and our son, Jack,” she shared. “I’m working from home and feel fortunate to be able to do so since I realise many people aren’t able to work remotely or have lost their jobs. It’s heartbreaking and my heart goes out to everyone impacted in these ways.

“When I am not working, I spend my time trying to figure out how to entertain a two-year-old indoors, which is a real challenge, I must say. I’m also cooking a lot more, which may or may not be a good thing for those who have to eat it! I also have a to-do list of things like reorganising my pantry and hanging family photos in our hallway.”

Elsewhere, Rosie explained that while she’s been trying to shoot video content for her social media pages, Jack has been making it difficult for her to get the clips filmed.

“I’m thinking of ways to shoot content at home for my Instagram and YouTube and stay engaged with my community,” the 32-year-old added. “I had a lot of requests for at-home beauty routines so I’ll hopefully shoot something over the coming days. A few days ago, I tried to shoot something and my son came bursting through my bathroom door screaming, so we’ll see how it goes next time!”

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley regrets wearing sweatpants when first meeting Cindy Crawford

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wishes she wasn’t wearing sweatpants the first time she met Cindy Crawford.The two supermodels recently took part in a discussion regarding their respective beauty ventures, with Rosie running her Rose Inc. website, and Cindy …

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wishes she wasn’t wearing sweatpants the first time she met Cindy Crawford.

The two supermodels recently took part in a discussion regarding their respective beauty ventures, with Rosie running her Rose Inc. website, and Cindy founding skincare line Meaningful Beauty in 2005.

However, during the chat, Rosie divulged that she regrets not being more dressed-up when she first encountered the fashion icon.

“The first time I saw you was at Nobu in Malibu. I’d gone in a T-shirt and sweatpants. Then you walked in, one of my all-time icons, so elegant in great jeans and a beautiful blouse, with classic hair and makeup,” she recalled. “Heads turned, and I thought, ‘That is a supermodel.’ Then I thought, ‘I can never again go to a restaurant in sweatpants’ – and I never have.”

While Cindy remembered once seeing Rosie catching a flight at London’s Heathrow Airport and thought she had discovered the “next great model”.

Yet, when she spotted the 32-year-old speaking to photographer Mario Testino, she knew the blonde beauty must have already been scouted.

“I thought, ‘I guess I’m not the only person to realise this woman is gorgeous,'” the fashion star smiled.

Elsewhere in the interview, Cindy and Rosie spoke about how they find it validating when women approach them to tell them how much they enjoy using their products, and what it’s like to be working mothers.

And while taking on numerous projects can be challenging, Cindy lauded women in business for having to be so strong and resilient.

“The real bada*s thing, Rosie, is getting up the next morning after you’ve had that bad day. I think that’s when all women are bada*ses,” the 53-year-old added.

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Jessica Hart seeking to expand her Luma Beauty brand

Jessica Hart is seeking to expand her Luma Beauty brand into new markets.The Australian model launched her cosmetics company a few years ago, with the range incorporating the illuminating properties of crushed pearl. Jessica recently revamped the prod…

Jessica Hart is seeking to expand her Luma Beauty brand into new markets.

The Australian model launched her cosmetics company a few years ago, with the range incorporating the illuminating properties of crushed pearl.

Jessica recently revamped the products and packaging, and she is now ready to take the business abroad.

“I relaunched the brand about a year ago because I wasn’t happy with the original packaging,” she said in an interview with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for the model’s Rose Inc. beauty website. “We had downtime of a year – no products on shelves! – and it’s hard to come out with a 2.0 version. But I took the risk of doing it and it’s been so well-received. I couldn’t be happier. The next step is getting it to the States. That’ll be my next triumphant moment.”

At present, Luma Beauty offers skincare and make-up, with popular formulas including the Crushed Pearl Facial Polish and the Illuminating Highlighting, which are available in gold, ivory and light pink shades.

For Jessica’s typical beauty look, she tends to keep things low-maintenance and can do her make-up in under five minutes – unless she’s going to dinner or an event.

“My daily routine is basically just my Luma range, starting with the bronzing primer, followed by tinted beauty balm, highlighter, and occasionally a little bronzer. Or I’ll just go slightly darker in my tinted moisturiser if I need a little colour. Eyelash curler – I rarely wear mascara, but when I do, it’s Dior or Kevyn Aucoin – and so much lip balm. I have 85 lip balms at any one point. I was born with dry lips,” the 32-year-old laughed.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley urges beauty lovers to give powder foundation a try

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was “pleasantly surprised” by the effectiveness of a powder foundation formula.The supermodel knows her stuff when it comes to beauty, even going so far as to launch her own beauty platform Rose Inc. earlier this year (18)…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was “pleasantly surprised” by the effectiveness of a powder foundation formula.

The supermodel knows her stuff when it comes to beauty, even going so far as to launch her own beauty platform Rose Inc. earlier this year (18). She is also one of the newest global ambassadors for mineral-based make-up brand bareMinerals, and insisted that the brand’s famous Original Foundation is always in her make-up bag.

“At first I was a bit apprehensive about using powder as a foundation. Like, how is that going to look on my skin, is it gonna look cakey? Am I gonna look dry? Is it really going to give me coverage?” she reflected in an interview with Marie Claire U.K. “But I’m so pleasantly surprised by the coverage, how quick and easy it is to use and how glowy I look; surprisingly it doesn’t make you look powdered.”

Rosie also likes to carry a face mist in order to refresh her complexion throughout the day, as well as a lip balm to keep her pout plumped.

Being a skincare junkie, the 31-year-old recommends bareMinerals Mineral Cleansing Water for make-up removal, but if she could only grab one beauty product while fleeing her burning house, she’d opt for something equally fiery.

“Oh, a timeless red lipstick or something,” Rosie smiled.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: ‘I feel happier than ever as a mum’

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has found becoming a mother incredibly empowering.The supermodel and her actor fiance Jason Statham became parents to their son Jack in June 2017, just months after Rosie celebrated her 30th birthday. Speaking at the ELLE Wee…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has found becoming a mother incredibly empowering.

The supermodel and her actor fiance Jason Statham became parents to their son Jack in June 2017, just months after Rosie celebrated her 30th birthday.

Speaking at the ELLE Weekender Event at London’s Saatchi Gallery on Sunday (02Dec18), she insisted that both of these life milestones have brought her true happiness.

“Every year I get older I feel so much more empowered in myself and I feel so much more confident,” she said. “Turning 30 and becoming a mum has just been so empowering for me. I feel really clear with what I want out of life. I feel happier than ever. I feel like you cut away the things that don’t make you happy and your priorities just shift massively.”

Rosie also spoke about the partnership she shares with Jason, whom she has been in a relationship with since 2010. Though The Expendables star is known for his tough guy image, she revealed that “he’s very entrepreneurial” and she consults him about every make-up product she plans to feature on Rose Inc. – her online beauty platform.

In particular, Rosie is a fan of quality skincare having encountered struggles with acne in the past.

“I think investing in a great skincare regime is really important,” she insisted. “For me, skin comes first as I’ve struggled with acne, in and out of it, through my adult life really. And so, I’m always striving for the best skin I can. It’s the canvas of everything I do.”

Other fashion stars including designer Diane von Furstenberg and model Leomie Anderson also spoke at the event.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley enjoys getting ready as much as going out

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley thinks getting ready to go out is as much fun as the event itself.The model knows her stuff when it comes to beauty, and even launched her own online beauty platform, Rose Inc., earlier this year (18) to share tips, tricks and…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley thinks getting ready to go out is as much fun as the event itself.

The model knows her stuff when it comes to beauty, and even launched her own online beauty platform, Rose Inc., earlier this year (18) to share tips, tricks and product recommendations with her fans.

It’s no wonder Rosie enjoys dolling up, and she makes sure she sets the scene in order to get maximum enjoyment.

“I guess it would be subject to opinion, but I think I’m OK at doing my own make-up! And I really love doing it, I enjoy that time. For me it’s relaxing – although it’s been a little compromised since having a child!” she explained to British Vogue, having welcomed son Jack in 2017 with fiance Jason Statham. “I like to put music on, I like to lay out all the products that I’m using, I like to source inspiration and copy a look I’ve seen… It’s as much fun as going out, the time at home preparing for the evening!”

Now she’s a mother, the 31-year-old admits she often has to make “a choice between make-up or hair,” as parenting means she no longer has the minutes to indulge in the process of getting ready like she used to.

However, when she does have a little extra time, Rosie feels confident in taking charge of her own look on most occasions, but still turns to the professionals when she’s a guest at some of the most prestigious events.

“I feel I can do some easy go-to looks for myself, and then I lean towards the experts for red carpet,” she said. “But going out for dinner with my man, or going out to meet my girlfriends, or going to a meeting, I do my own make-up.”

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Hailey Baldwin and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley tapped as bareMinerals ambassadors

Hailey Baldwin and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley have been announced as bareMinerals’ newest brand ambassadors.Both models have made a splash in the beauty world in addition to their fashion credentials, with Hailey previously fronting campaigns for ModelC…

Hailey Baldwin and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley have been announced as bareMinerals’ newest brand ambassadors.

Both models have made a splash in the beauty world in addition to their fashion credentials, with Hailey previously fronting campaigns for ModelCo while Rosie has been the face of the Burberry Body fragrance, developed the Rosie for Autograph fragrance line in collaboration with British department store Marks & Spencer, and she even launched her own beauty platform, Rose Inc., earlier this year (18).

Now, as the newest members of the bareMinerals family, the pair are thrilled to be a part of a brand’s positive, natural ethos.

“Becoming a bareMinerals ambassador is a natural fit because it aligns perfectly with how I choose to live my life,” 21-year-old Hailey said in a statement. “Clean beauty in all its forms is important to me and I love the fact that bareMinerals can deliver on this promise and still create products that are amazing for skin.”

While Rosie, who is mother to 14-month-old son Jack with fiance Jason Statham, is a fan of the particularly easy, high-quality nature of the mineral make-up label.

“I love brands that celebrate beauty in a positive way… As a working mother, I need reliable products that are impactful and are also good for my skin, and bareMinerals delivers,” the 31-year-old gushed.

The fashion icons each took to their social media profiles to share the exciting announcement, with each sporting very different make-up looks. Hailey rocks a youthful understated style with a nude eye, fluffy brows and matte pink lip, while Rosie was given a more glamorous makeover with a subtle smokey eye and vibrant red pout.

The catwalk duo will be joining Black Panther star Letitia Wright, who was tapped as bareMinerals’ Power of Good ambassador in July.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley practices intermittent fasting

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley practices intermittent fasting in the lead-up to a big event.The British model is one of the most sought-after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Paige Denim and Marks & Spencer….

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley practices intermittent fasting in the lead-up to a big event.

The British model is one of the most sought-after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Paige Denim and Marks & Spencer. While Rosie is adamant that she “loves” food, she has now shared that she will ditch carbs and ensure she eats at only certain times of the day prior to photoshoots or red carpets.

“If I’m preparing for an event, I will be carb-free and eat all my meals in a 10-hour window during the day. I will fast for the rest of the time,” she told InStyle.com. “I try to eat dinner before 6 p.m. Sometimes before a shoot, for a few days I’ll have only broth and then a bigger meal in the evening. That just gets rid of any water retention.”

Rosie is certain drinking lots of water throughout the day helps her maintain her figure. But she is still also adjusting to her new body, having welcomed her son Jack with actor fiance Jason Statham in June 2017.

“I had to shed 50 pounds (22 kilograms) of baby weight, which was a first for me,” the 31-year-old divulged.

During the interview, Rosie also discussed her new beauty website Rose Inc. and her longtime passion for hair products and cosmetics. She counts RMS Beauty Living Luminizer and iS Clinical Active Serum as some of her favourite products to use but is always seeking new formulas to try out.

“At home, I have probably 30 products for skin and 15 for hair. Is that a lot?” she smiled.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley struggled to express her views as a young model

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley found it difficult to express her opinions when she was a young model.The British model is one of the most-sought after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Paige Denim and Marks &…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley found it difficult to express her opinions when she was a young model.

The British model is one of the most-sought after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Paige Denim and Marks & Spencer.

However, Rosie has now shared that it took her a long time to gather up the confidence to speak to photographers and stylists about how she should look when posing in photoshoots.

“For so many years as a model, I never got a say. It was something I struggled with as a young model: you were hired, you turned up at work, and you did not get an opinion. I felt deep inside of me that things had to shift,” she told her go-to make-up artist Katie Jane Hughes in an interview for her new Rose Inc. website. “The second half of my career has been more fulfilling, because through various turns and changes, I’ve been able to become an equal member of the team. Now I’m able to sit down with an artist and a team and say, ‘Why don’t we try this?’ Or, ‘What are you thinking?'”

By launching Rose Inc., Rosie hopes to share top tricks from beauty professionals as well as social media influencers and bloggers. And the former Victoria’s Secret ‘Angel’ is adamant that just about anyone can now be a master of make-up.

“Everybody’s talking about how people apply make-up so heavily nowadays. I can’t help but think back to the ’70s and ’80s. People wore so much colour – it was really extravagant,” the 31-year-old shared. “Now I think the difference is that it’s more skillful. Because of social media, you’re able to educate yourself on how to wear it, so you’re able to go on YouTube and learn. Whereas before, people maybe wore heavy make-up, but it wasn’t so finessed.”

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley launches Rose Inc. beauty website

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has launched her own beauty website, Rose Inc..The model hinted she was working on a make-up project through a series of teaser Instagram posts early last week (21May18), and the results of her work went live online on Tuesday…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has launched her own beauty website, Rose Inc..

The model hinted she was working on a make-up project through a series of teaser Instagram posts early last week (21May18), and the results of her work went live online on Tuesday (29May18).

As well as products tried and tested by Rosie herself, Rose Inc. will also feature editorial content such as personal interviews and make-up tutorials, with the former Victoria’s Secret Angel keen to divulge all the tricks of the supermodel trade.

“This outlet is my way of sharing everything that I’ve gleaned over the years,” the 31-year-old wrote in a welcome letter on the website. “Timeless make-up tricks that instantly make you feel like your best self. Products and regimens that can get you glowing, and stat. Ways to turn a bad hair day into a great ponytail day, or what to do when dinner with friends calls for the perfect glam look. And, of course, a glimpse into some of my friends’ make-up bags. Babes, it’s all here.”

However, the fashion icon, who has been inspired by celebrity brands like Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop, insisted that she didn’t want the platform to be treated as a “rule book” but rather “your best girlfriend’s notebook.”

Rosie, who admitted some of her favourite times at work were when she was sat in the make-up chair, revealed the desire to pursue her love of beauty stemmed from a feeling that emerged in the latter stages of her pregnancy.

“Towards the very end of my pregnancy, I had this urge to be really creative,” the mother-of-one, who welcomed son Jack with fiance Jason Statham just over 11 months ago, explained to Vogue U.S. “In many ways, I feel like my whole career has led up to this point. I want the (Rose Inc.) content to feel inclusive and positive—(because) that’s the only way I like to work.”

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