Another mid month favorites! My camera card broke unexpectedly, and I had to order a new one in order to take photos for this post. Because of this, there was a slight delay in getting my favorites up, but better late than never! I hope you enjoy reading about some of the products I’ve been using a ton this past month.
Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer: $7.00
I haven’t used this concealer in a while, and I forgot how much I love it. You don’t need much to get a full coverage look, and it is very easy to blend with a sponge. I also find it blends into my foundation really well, which can be difficult with some other full coverage concealers, which cake up right underneath your eye. Makeup Revolution did an amazing job with the formula and I highly recommend checking out this product if you haven’t already!
ColourPop Luster Dust Highlighter in ‘Sugar Trap’: $7.00
I’m usually not a huge fan of loose highlighters, and tend to gravitate more towards pressed highlighters. However, the ones from Colourpop are amazing! The glitter is finally milled, and gives you a bright sheen across your cheek. This color, specifically, is a beautiful pink shade, and complements those with neutral or cool tones. Something I have been trying, and definitely recommend, is using the highlighter on your eyes as an eyeshadow, if you’re looking to elevate a day time look to a night look!
Benefit Hoola Matte Bronzer: $30.00
I find that my makeup products adjust when I have a bit of a tan. I got back from Spring Break in early March, so I am using products that are a little darker, and better suited for my complexion. The Hoola Bronzer is a staple for me in the summer. It’s very pigmented, and is easy to blend. I also wanted to include the product because they expanded the Hoola family to include more shades that suit more complexions! Being inclusive of all skin tones is very important, so I applaud Benefit, and hope they will continue adding more shades in the near future!
Benefit Precisely My Brow: $24.00
This product is a little bit of an investment, especially for a brow pencil, but absolutely worth it! The fine tip pencil helps create hair like strokes, which is really important for me, since I am blonde, and dark brows can look really heavy on me. I also love the spooly at the end, so I can brush my brow hairs up and out to tame and shape.
I hope you enjoyed reading about my March Favorites! I apologize again for the late post due to some technical difficulties! I am graduating from my University soon, and will be moving into a city near my shortly. Look out for some really cool new content regarding city fashion and lifestyle! Don’t forget to follow my blog for more beauty insight, and leave suggestions for posts you want to see in the comments!