March Favourites

March Favourites

Hello Everyone!

So today’s post is my long awaited March favourites! Sorry for the delay I’ve been a bit under the weather yet again (my immune system is rubbish!!) and work has been crazy busy so I just haven’t had a chance to write up the post.. the pictures have been sitting around for ages!

Let’s get started……

March Favourites

 Tangle Teezer – The more I use this product the more I like it.  It is really comfortable to hold, gets through tangles very easily and massages your scalp in the process! I wouldn’t say you could use this instead of your everyday hair brush as it isn’t the best for styling your hair (like putting your hair up in a pony tail) but for removing tangles it is brilliant.  Read my review here. This is available for £10.99 in an array of colours at Boots and Selfridges.

 Urban Decay  All Nighter Setting Spray – I am really loving this product at the moment as it not only keeps your makeup in place for longer but also feels really refreshing when you use it.  My makeup will last all day and evening when I’ve used this and it is definitely something that I will always have in my makeup bag! Different setting sprays are available for different skin types too so there is one to suit everyone.  Read more in my review here. This is available for £19.50 at Debenhams. For the best results use with a primer as normal.

 MUA Pro-Brow Eyebrow kit – This is a lovely little kit I picked up in a haul a while back.  Priced at only £3.50 this is a really impressive product.  You get three different coloured powders (dark, light and medium brown), as well as an eye brow gel, brush and teezers. Personally I don’t use the gel (as I love my Mac Setting Gel) and I’m not keen on the brush or tweezer but the product itself is brilliant and I’ve had a lot of compliments on my brows since using it.  You can pick one of these up at Superdrug.

 Sigma F80 Flat Kabuki brush – This is my all time favourite brush to apply foundation.  It leaves a really lovely finish when buffing the product into my skin and works well with a variety of foundations. It is also great to use when applying cream blushes. This is available at Sigma Beauty for $18.00.

 YSL Volume Effet Faux Cils Luxurious Mascara – This is a really gorgeous mascara, from the posh gold packaging to the product itself.  It adds a nice amount of volume to my lashes and is available in a variety of colours but the price is pretty steep at £23.50.  Although, I like this  mascara I don’t think I’d buy it again.. you can pick up drugstore brands that are just as good for a fraction of the price.  Read the review here. This mascara is available at Boots.

 Clinique Chubby Stick – I’ve been wearing these lip balms a lot this month as they feel light and moisturising on the lips.  The colour I’ve been going to a lot is ‘Mega Melon’ which is an usual shade for me as I’m your typical pink girl.  This has more of a nude/pink/orange tone which looks really lovely in Spring.  I love that this lip product is so easy to apply you can do it on a go as you don’t need a mirror.  These are available at Boots for £16.00.

 Rimmel Scandaleyes Shadow Stick – I have been wearing this product a lot this month as it is super easy to apply and stays in place all day when teamed with primer.  It makes a really nice base and looks good on it’s own or combined with other shadows.  My favourite shade is beige which is a gorgeous champagne gold colour.  These are available at Boots for £5.99.  Read the review here.

 Benefit Sugarbomb Blush – I’ve been using this blusher a lot this month as it is a really fresh, easy to wear colour.  Different colours make up this blusher but I tend to swirl my brush in all three so I get a pale pinky-peach toned shade which is great to wear with a variety of lip and eye looks. This is available at Benefit Cosmetics for £23.50.Boots.

Do you like any of the above products? What was your favourite product for March?

Also, on a side note.. I will be announcing the winner of my giveaway tomorrow, so watch this space!

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  1. beautyqueenuk
    April 6, 2013 / 1:45 pm

    I quite like the look of sugar bomb I was looking at it this morning but resisted the temptation xx

  2. Holly Gardiner
    April 6, 2013 / 2:34 pm

    I can't seem to track down the MUA brow palette and it looks so good, (not to mention the price!) the Superdrug where I am don't stock it and I went to Liverpool last week where they'd run out argh!!

  3. Kimberley Johnson
    April 6, 2013 / 2:52 pm

    That's a shame! I picked mine up in the Oxford St Superdrug (near Marble Arch end) if your out and about in that area.

    I hope you track one down!


  4. Christine B.
    April 6, 2013 / 3:08 pm

    I love the UD setting spray! It's so helpful in the summer. I hope you feel better soon 🙂

  5. J4mieJohnston
    April 6, 2013 / 5:37 pm

    I've wanted the MUA eyebrow kit for a while now and every time I read a post on it, I end up wanting it even more haha.

    Jamie ♥

  6. Lorraine Stagno
    April 6, 2013 / 6:05 pm

    I love the MUA eyebrow kit! and i also really love the tangle teezer. nice picks

  7. Jordan Alice
    April 6, 2013 / 8:31 pm

    I love the Rimmel scandaleyes shadow sticks! I got a few from Boots the othe day and am really pleased xx

  8. Angel Diamante
    April 7, 2013 / 8:04 am

    The kabuki brush looks more like a stipple brush! 🙂 any good brands offering stipple brushes you can recommend?


  9. Anna Diaries
    April 7, 2013 / 8:30 pm

    I see that brush everywhere and every time I see it I want it just a little bit more!

    Sugar bomb by benefit has been in my collection for years – timeless classic!

    And can't believe I didn't have the tangle teezer before Christmas – I use it all the time! Actually is featured in my next favourites!! Anna x

  10. xyzoe
    April 7, 2013 / 10:36 pm

    Some great favourites here 🙂
    Keep hearing some really good things about the Urban Decay setting spray and after reading about it on here, think it a must try for me.
    Thanks for checking out my blog, should be a new post up soon.
    Really enjoying your blog 🙂 xxx

  11. Kimberley Johnson
    April 13, 2013 / 9:03 pm

    My favourite brushes are by Sigma so I would definitely recommend taking a look at them. Alternatively, the Real Techniques stippling brush is meant to be very good. I have it but I haven't tried it yet – watch out for a review when I get round to it.

    Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂


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