It's March already, madness! But it's great because at last the weathers starting to get warmer, I'm wearing shorts without tights today, it really must be warm! But anyway this post isn't about my wardrobe haha. It's about the things I've been using a lot over the last month, some new things and some old loves I've rediscovered or found new uses for. So a mixed bag this month!
This Months Favourites -
- Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Foundation
- Collection 2000 Multiplier Mascara
- ELF Cream Eyeliner - Metallic Olive
- NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil - Milk
- ELF Studio Blush Brush
Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Foundation
I've been using this a lot this month, not just for testing for my review, but also because I genuinely really like it. It's gives a very very good coverage, which I need sometimes. I wouldn't say it's perfect, but I am very impressed with it and will continue to use it when I want a fuller coverage.
Price & Availability - Boots & Superdrug, £5.99
Collection 2000 Multiplier Mascara
This ones a new release from the brand and after seeing the brush and the claims I had to give it a go. It has a really great wand which perfectly seperates the lashes, giving a stunning definition. It does need a LOT of layers to get the volume. But if you have the patience it will look amazing. One of my subscribers even asked if I had falsies on when I wore this in a look!
Price & Availability - Boots & Superdrug, £4.99
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil - Milk
This is a great little pencil to have in you're collection. It works well as a base to make the colours on top look bolder. But also works well as an inner corner highlight. But what I've been using this for recently is on my waterline for some spring freshness. And it actually has some pretty decent staying power there!
Price & Availability - I got it from this Ebay seller for £2-3.
ELF Cream Eyeliner - Metallic Olive
I don't like all of these liners but this one is a really pretty bronzey colour, with some fab pigmentation. But actually recently I've been using this as a base more than a liner. It looks really great with a gold over the top, infact I'll be doing a tutorial next week using it like that, so stay tuned if you're intrigued.
Price & Availability - ELF's website, £3.50.
ELF Studio Blush Brush
I mentioned this brush yesterday as part of my ELF favourites, but I wanted to add it in here too as it's awesome! It's quite on the small side, which makes it good for using in lots of places, but it's a perfect size to add some colour to the apples of the cheek. And I love that it has Taklon bristles!
Price & Availability - ELF's website, £3.50
Thanks for stopping by to read/listen to my current favourite products. I'd love to hear what you've been loving recently too, anything the same as me?
But anyway thanks for stopping by to hear what little old me has to say, I really appreciate it, H :)