Happy Friday! I hope you had a fab week. Somehow it's now April. What?! I don't even know
how that can be real, but here we are. It's now time to hear what I was loving in the month of March. It's a short list, but I hope you enjoy.
Too Faced: Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette I did a full review on this here. But to sum it up; I love it! I used this nearly every day since I got it. Frankly it took me by surprise and I'm so glad I got it. It is literally all you really need for great summer looks!
Tarte: Cheek Stain in True Love I spoke about these recently in my Blushing for Spring post and honestly there was a good amount of this month that I didn't where foundation and just popped this on my cheeks to give me a healthy flush.
Tarte: Timeless Smoothing Primer I am officially obsessed with this primer. I feel like it has out done every primer I have used. It makes my foundation last significantly longer and feels great on the skin. Full review here.
Tarte: Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Full Coverage Foundation in Light Neutral (I don't think the name is long enough, do you?) I love this foundation for Spring/Summer because it looks super natural while giving great coverage and also feeling breathable. Ideal for summers in Southern Nevada! Here's my review on it that I did a while ago.
(Sorry UK readers for all the Tarte, but that does it.)
Milani: Baked Blush in Luminoso is just the best blush for every look. It just works with everything. When in doubt: Luminoso. It's so affordable and gorgeous.
MAC: Cinderella Fluidline in Macroviolet Now, this is a favorite for the formula, not just the shade though. I had, surprisingly, never tried fluidline from MAC and I am now hooked! It's so smooth. I have been using this (alongside my next favorite) and its amazing.
Sigma: E65 This! This is the sharpest, finest, angled brush I have ever used. It is amazing for creating tight-to-the-lash lines and realistic hairs for eyebrows. I feel like I need at least 5 more. If the is one brush to get for liner, it's this one.
Nars: Radiant Creamy Concealer in Chantilly This concealer is too light for me to hide blemishes or even to just conceal under eye circles, but it's great for highlighting. I use a few dots on my cheeks bones and down my nose and chin. It really brightens up the skin and blends out really nicely.
So that's what I was loving in the month of March. If there was one product that you adored
this past month tell me what it is in the comments! Can't wait to hear from you. :)