March Make-Up Favourites


This month I don't think my favourite products have changed once, and as a beauty lover this is definitely a very rare thing. So of course, I had to share them with you all;



  1. First is my base, the holy grail of bases, Estee Lauder Double Wear. I don't even need to say much about this, it's amazing. It just buffs into my skin so well, it feels so soft. My skin still feels like skin with this on, and more importantly, it still looks like skin. I notice the biggest difference with using this foundation is it's lasting power, sometimes with others by the end of the day my foundations almost melted off my face. But not double wear, it powers through even the longest days at work.
  2. Benefit Boi-ing, again another huge beauty cult because of it's fabulous reputation. This really is industrial strength concealer and when you're a mummy, you certainly need it after nights of teething induced sleep. I feel although it is quite a thick consistency, if I just rub it between my fingers before applying and buff it in, it sits perfectly all day long and covers up just how tired I actually am.
  3. Nars Illuminator in the shade Orgasm, this product has lasted me SO long. I've had it for months and without fail use it every single day. It's been amazing for winter as it's given me that radiant glow, when my natural one was left behind in the summer haze. I'm almost at the end of this and I will always repurchase, the finish is subtle yet noticeable and I will forever love this product for exactly that.
  4. Two mascaras and both yet again, amazing. Roller lash I actually received free in my Birch Box, which I was really happy about as I'd just ran out of my sample from a magazine earlier in the month. I will be repurchasing this when it's ran out as it's definitely working well for curling my lashes. Loreals Miss Manga however, steals the show with it's budget friendly price tag, as well as the volume it provides for my lashes. I think the brush is my favourite kind, it's big but not too big,so it really coats every lash from root to tip.
  5. My beloved Nars blusher in the shade Seduction. Now on first impressions it may seem like quite an almost purple shade. But the colour payoff isn't as garish as it may seem, which is a very good thing because I think it suits me perfectly. It just gives a subtle flush but slightly darker than your typical peony pink, which is great for someone with olive skin like me. I've used this again, nearly every single day and it doesn't seem to have budged. 
  6. Lastly is another high street favourite, with Soap & Glory Brow Archery. I waited for months for this to be in stock anywhere, and finally it was in November and I grabbed the last one. I haven't looked back since. The thin nib of the brush is perfect for filling in brows. I don't think mine need too much work, so this is an amazing tool just to help them that little bit, I've never really used the crayon end as I haven't needed to, so can't comment on that but the felt tip side is worth the hype all on its own.

What's your favourite products this March?

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