Happy March and Happy Pancake Day! So, to round off February I have decided to do a February Favourites post. I have had 5 absolute favourite products from last month. Here are a few of my favourite things….
1. L’Oréal Paris GLAM SHINE BALMY GLOSS in ‘Fall For Watermelon’ (£6.99). One of the L’Oréal Paris first 2014 launches, the balm and gloss all in one. I love this because it feels like you are wearing a lip balm but looks like you are wearing a gloss. It is so easy to apply and the colour is gorgeous, I might have to buy another one! It is perfect for day use with one or two coats, but if you layer it up it’s great for evenings aswell. You can find it in 6 sorbet shades at Boots, Superdrug or on their website here.
2. bareMinerals FLAWLESS DEFINITION MASCARA in espresso (£16). I love this mascara because the brush is so good which makes it very easy to apply. It is ‘Flawless’! It applies evenly with no clumps and gives you a lovely voluminous look. It also comes off with makeup remover without you having to scrub away. I think it is more flattering that a jet black mascara, the rich brown colour looks a bit more natural! You can find it on their website here.
3. Barry M SILK in Meadow-402 (£3.99). This Silk range is Barry M’s first 2014 Spring launch. My favourite thing about this products is the finish. It leaves a gorgeous matte and glossy finish all at the same time, its amazing. It hardly chips either. It comes in 6 pastel shades inspired by nature which are perfect for Spring and Summer! You can find it on their website here.
4. Natural Collection EYESHADOW in Soft Pink (£1.79). This soft pink, almost white eye shadow has been one of my february favourites! It is perfect for day-to-day use, I sometimes my bareMinerals winter white sparkly eye shadow over the top aswell. It is also great to add to the inner corner of your eye to make you look more awake! The packaging is simple and practical. The lid stays on and it is a nice small size. It is also amazing value for money! You can find it on the Boots website here.
What were your February favourites?