Most Loved Beauty Products March 2013We're already halfway through April, but I still wanted to share with you all my March beauty favorites! My schedule has been a little hectic this month, so I apologize for the lack of updates. I appreciate those who have asked about my aunt - there have been a couple of complications, but overall she's recovering very well!
The products I'll be talking about in this post are beauty products that I've used frequently and loved in the month of March. Reviews for each of the products will follow!
Laura Mercier) and I love it! It provides just the right amount of coverage and evens out the skintone and covers mild discolorations/red splotches without making the skin look "made up" with foundation. The lasting power is great too. After wearing it the first time I was really surprised that my face wasn't blotchy or greasy by the end of the day. The only downside is that it oxidizes like crazy! There are only 4 shades, so it doesn't leave you with too many color options. In order to make this work, I like taking a concealer (or concealer/highlight pen) that's lighter than my skintone and apply it under my eyes in the shape of an upside down triangle, down my nose and in the middle of my forehead and blend outward. It adds a highlight to the skin without really adding much more weight or coverage.
MAC Eyelash Curler - $20I never thought I'd love any other brand eyelash curler after I purchased my first Shu Uemura around 7 years ago. Since buying Shu in the US is nearly impossible (unless I purchase from the website of course) I took my chances with purchasing a MAC Eyelash Curler and I'm loving it. I still think Shu Uemura is the best, but this MAC one gets my lashes sky high in 1, 2, 3.
Red Cherry Eyelashes #82 - $2.50I have fairly small eyes and low eyebrows (not too much lid space), so most full lashes don't look right on me. Glamour (thick and full) lashes especially look ridiculous on me, and I usually have to opt for half lashes, individual lashes or natural/sparse styles of full lashes. After trying countless styles, I've finally found a style that actually flatters my eye shape and aren't too natural or too fake.
Julep Julia Nail Color - $14I get super bored with nail colors and it's almost never worth it for me to purchase a bottle of nail polish (especially salon polish) because I rarely ever use one more than once or twice. It's rare for me to find a color I like enough to wear continuously, but I haven't been able to get enough of this nail polish from my Julep Maven December Box. This comes from someone that doesn't really like purple - It's a metallic purple with gold shimmer. Especially love this shade on the toes.
What products are you loving right now?
I'm already gathering up my products for my April favorites! :)