It's February Favourites time and there are just four products that have stood out to me this month...
Benefit Under My Spell Noelle fragrance
Under My Spell Noelle is a beautiful fragrance by Benefit which I reviewed earlier this month. It has such a pretty woody floral scent, but it is the notes of vanilla that really stand out to me. The perfume lasts quite a long time on the skin, but what's great about the bottle is that it is mini sized so you can just pop it in your handbag if you need a top up. I have been alternating this with my Vivienne Westwood perfume and it has quickly become a firm favourite out of the Benefit set I received for Christmas.
Soap and Glory Make Yourself Youthful eye cream
I am only twenty three so skin ageing is not something that is a major concern for me yet, however dark circles under my eyes are something that bother me, especially because I'm so pale. I picked this up on a whim and I am so, so glad I did. Whilst I could tell you about all of the magical 'technologies' S&G use to create the product, I would rather concentrate on what the product does and that is brighten, smooth and hydrate the delicate skin around the eyes. All you need to do is pop a tiny bit under each eye and gently tap it into the skin using your ring finger (morning and night.) It has made a big difference to my dark circles and has earned its place in my daily skincare routine.
Models Own Blueberry Muffin nail polish
I picked up this beautiful pastel blue nail polish in the Models Own 50% off sale after noticing that I didn't own any blue nail polishes. Although it is supposedly a scented nail polish, I can't say I have noticed any sort of scent, but this wasn't my reason for purchasing it anyway. The colour is absolutely beautiful and I love it so much that I have worn it for most of the month. I really thought it would be my Models Own HyperGels that I would wear the most, but it is this one that has took pride of place in my collection!
Blueberry Muffin is the perfect pastel shade for spring and gets bonus points for me as it looks lovely when I wear my ruby ring that James bought me for Christmas. Application is a little streaky so you will need to apply two or three coats. It is very fast drying though, which is beneficial for impatient ladies like myself! I'm definitely going to pick up the other polishes from the Fruit Pastel collection as I'm sure they will be equally as pretty.
Tanya Burr Champagne Toast lip gloss
I would go as far as saying the two lip glosses I bought from Tanya Burr's collection are the best lip glosses I've ever owned. Champagne Toast is one of those shades that just goes with all makeup looks, which is probably why I have been wearing it for most of the month! I love the fact that the gloss isn't too sticky and that it smells sweet like strawberries and cream.
Something which I forgot to mention in my other post about the Tanya Burr lip glosses is how great the applicators are. They are firm foam sponges as opposed to brushes, which makes it so much easier to spread the gloss evenly. Champagne Toast has quickly become my go-to lip product and I will definitely be investing in a few more shades from the collection. See swatches of Champagne Toast here.
What products were you loving in February? Do we share any of the same favourites?