My most loved March products seem to have been about making the most of my stash this month and rekindling my love for some of the beauty bits I’ve had the longest. Making the most of what I have by changing them up and bringing them back.
Most Loved March Beauty
March winds and April showers, bring forth May flowers.
This little sentiment fills me with hope as we head into April and hopefully some warmer days even if they bring along the wet ones too.
Clinique All Over Colour in Poppy Plum Blend
When all else fails me this does not. It was the first expensive piece of makeup I’ve bought. It brings my skin back to life adding dimension and a perfect sheen and glow. I don’t know if I will ever get to the end of it as it’s so pigmented a little goes a very long way. – Review
Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Sex Machine
I cringe every time I write the shade name out but in the bullet it looks a little bit porn star lips but when worn it’s the easiest wash of colour that can finish any look off. I love my mattes and this was the one that started it all off. – Review
Lee Stafford Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist
As beauty bloggers we always end up working our way through many products but end up going back time and again to certain ones. This is a repurchase and I’m guessing I used it less back then than I do now as I’m using this mini up quickly. Love the scent and it stays around for most of the day and make my hair feel luxurious even if I’ve straightened it. Must pick up the full size next time.
Benefit Porefessional Primer
For as long as I’ve hated my pores I have needed this in my life. I think it took a year to get me to part with my cash on this. I’m one to not believe the hype and boy was I wrong. This just makes my pores vanish as if I had amazingly smooth skin. Yes any silicone based primer can but this is matte and slightly skin toned and works magic. Like any good product it needs a great partner and I’m still searching for that foundation to make my base complete. Review
Garnier Moisture Match Ultra Hydrating Rich Cream
This is actually the newest so I’ve save it for last but it deserved the attention as it has made working with my ridiculous dry patches of skin so simple. When all else fails I can apply to individual areas and let it work it’s magic and my foundations sit so much better when I do. Make sure to let it sink in as it is silicone based.