February and March Favourites '15

So yeah, two months of favourites in one post. And you would think that I would have a lot to share. I actually do...but since I've been experiencing with so many products, I had to condense everything into what I've been really loving.
I'm still working on processing tones of products, my thoughts, taking photos, editing and writing. So yes...I might be able to do a specially week with a new review per day...what do you guys think?
Anyway, let's jump into the favourites.




Guys...Girls...We need to talk really seriously about the Too Faced Natural Eyes palette. I got this palette in February and I've been loving it ever since. Whenever I have a big day or an event were I want/need to have my eye makeup all done without any type of creasing, it's this that use. It gets to the point were I was out of my house for more than 10 hours and my eye makeup was fully intact...If that's not good, I don't know what it is. 

After falling in love with Sugarbomb from Benefit and during a trip to a Sephora to get a special gift for a special lady - no worries, you guys will eventually understand for who it was in a couple of days - I looked to Coralista and to Rockateur and...they made it into my stash. 
Coralista is a beautiful peach blush that I'll be sure to rock during this upcoming spring and summer. It gives a gorgeous look to my cheeks and I don't know what I've been doing this whole time without it. 
Rockateur on the other side is a darkish pink. It's my " I don't know what a heck I should place on my face" kinda of blush. It doesn't matter the look or the event, it will look amazing and making me look good. 

 


For those who don't know, during this current month I've been playing with some new Korea produts - reviews are coming, I promise! - and of the things that I really wanted to get was a Lip Concealer. After some research, some out of stock options, I ended up going for the The SAEM Lip Concealer. I really like how it comes on a tube, making quite easy to apply and later spread the product - it also makes it nice for MUAs since it's more hygienic. It's not drying at all, leaving a "some-kind-of" powdery feel. Almost like velvet. 

Also, as I mentioned I really loved the Natural Eyes Palette, but there was another eye product that really caught my eye - the Kiko Color Up shadow stick in 10. Because it's matte, I can use it as my base for any type of look (it's what I've been doing) and I can see how this guy is also helping my eye makeup to look polished and "uncreased" for a little longer. 

Lastly but not least, the Holika Holika Sweet Cotton Primer is so far my favourite primer. I love it's packaging, smell and texture. Doesn't mess with my makeup at all - I'm looking at you porefessional - and doesn't have that really usual "silicone based" texture that most primers have.  Although I want to get a more hydrating primer and try out the new Etude House primer, I'll for sure repurchase this guy without thinking twice. 

So these are my favourites. Besides this the only thing I can really call a favourite is the Assassin's Creed Unity and my beloved Xbox (yes, I'm currently playing video games)

Thank you everyone for reading!
Take care, have a nice day!

With Love,
Diana.  

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