5 April 2012

March Favourites

Please excuse the overly bright photograph, my camera decided to play up

Batiste Dry Shampoo - As we did have a lot of hot weather, this has had a lot of use in March. When it's hot my hair tends to get a little more greasy, especially the fringe area when I'm pushing it back etc so this has restrained me a little from everyday hair washing. I love the Fresh fragrance because it's well... Fresh? 

Moroccan Oil - If you read my last post about the 6 Week Hair Challenge you will know I've been using this after I trimmed my hair. Yes, you've all seen it repeatedly on Blogs and YouTube but I had to add this in as it's my most used product in March. Since using this the texture of my hair has been transformed, it doesn't have that 'crunch' anymore.

Lee Stafford Argan Oil - I bought this before the Moroccan Oil and was impressed, it actually smells better as well. I don't think it's as nourishing as Moroccan Oil but it's still had it's fair amount of use.

Palmers Cocoa Butter - This is my 'go to' heavy duty body lotion.I like to use this once a week to keep my skin smooth, it's a bit heavy for every day use though. I've recently had a routine of exfoliating, epilating and then using this, my skin feels so much smoother and less irritated after. 

Lancome Hypnose Drama Mascara - I'm sure most of you had this sample from Glossybox, I really love this mascara! It hold my lashes in place really well. Only downfall? It's a nightmare to remove.

Elf Conditioning Lip Balm - This awesome for the warmer weather, a tinted lip balm with a lovely colour pay off with nice packaging. Winner. This weather change up from cold to hot to cold again is playing havoc with my lips so I've been reaching for lip balms over lipstick this month.

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique - I'm terrible at describing scents, so I won't but I've been using this a lot in March as it's really light. 

Samantha Chapman Real Techniques Brushes - I'm so glad I purchased the Core Collection from Boots a while back, I have used them all and really love the finish they give when applying make up. My favourite have to be the Buffing Brush and the Contour Brush. They're really good quality and are reasonably priced as they cost roughly £20 for the set so that's about £5 a brush.

Urban Decay Naked 2 - Last but not least is my Naked2, after all the hype and excitement when buying this palette after a few weeks I neglected it. I have now rekindled my love for it. I'm also really excited for their new create your own palette system but I think the United Kingdom might have to wait a while. Let's hope Kelly is OK this time, guys haha.