I missed last month's post on my Top 10 Beauty Products so it was quite easy coming up with my March Favourites so without further ado...
Urban Rituelle Coconut & Honey Soothing Body Balm
I've mentioned it before but I honestly just can't get enough of this stuff. They had a sale recently so I've well and truly stocked up on this stuff (as well as the matching body scrub, candle and soap). This is by far the best body moisturizer I've ever used and I'm addicted to the scent as well.
Maybelline Total Clean Eye Makeup Remover
This is a great dual phase eyemakeup remover that works really well to remove even waterproof eyemakeup. Have already re-purchased for when this one runs out.
Makeup Academy (MUA) Pro-Base Fixing Mist
I've had this for ages but dug it out again after finishing my sample of Scindinavia spray. I'm not sure how well this works for making my makeup last longer but I do like the slightly dewy effect it gives my skin. I spray my face with this after I've finished applying my makeup.
Essence I love Extreme Mascara
I think I've mentioned this one before as well but it really is a fantastic mascara and the fact that it's only something like $5 makes it even better. This makes my lashes so full of volume it's crazy. Will definitely be repurchasing this but I'm hoping to find it in a waterproof version (not sure if there is one or not)
Indola Wonder-Blow Dry
I won't go on about this one because you can read my full review here but this is a fantastic treatment applied to damp hair to give various benefits including heat protection and volume.
Dr Lewinns Revitanail
I've been giving my fingernails a break from my usual DIY Shellac and using this nail treatment to get some strength back into my nails. There has been a significant improvement in the strength and appearance of my nails since using this and I'm looking forward to having them manicured in Thailand next week :)
Anastasia Beverley Hills Brow Wiz in Medium Ash
There's a huge story behind this pencil but I'm not sure if I'll ever be bothered telling it, it really is a fantastic eye pencil though. The pencil part is really thin so it's great for creating a defined yet natural eyebrow. The colour is spot on for me too. It was only just under $40 which I think is quite pricy - will see how long it lasts for though I guess.
Urban Rituelle Perfume Spray in Cotton Candy
This was in my recent empties so you'll have to hear me rave about it twice in one month. This is my new bottle which I repurchased when the old one was getting low as I couldn't bear to not have it in my bag. Another fantastic scent from Urban Rituelle - if you haven't checked out their stuff you really need to!
Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in 205 Elusive
Finally, finally, finally I got my hands on the new Revlon Balm Stains. I've picked up a couple of shades of Matte as well as a couple of the Lacquer balms and I'm definitely favouring the matte balms. This one in Elusive is a lovely dusty pink colour which suits me as an everyday 'not too bright' colour. These wear really well and if I'm good there will be a review up of sorts soon.
Sigma Small Tapered Blending Brush (E45)
I've had this brush for ages but never used it, until in March I finally picked it up to try out a crease cut eyeshadow look and I've fallen in love. I'm already a huge fan of Sigma brushes so I have no idea why it took me so long to use this but I'm glad I finally did. This creates the perfect blended crease cut and has really changed the way I'm applying eyeshadow. Love love love!
Do you share any of my favourites this month?