Inglot Shadow #318: I've loved this shadow for months, but it has just never made it into a favorites post! I love all my Inglot shadows, but this matte white is one of my favorites. It's just pigmented enough without being stark white. I like to use this in my inner corners or even all over the lid.
L'Oreal Infallible Shadows: I have three shades of the Infallible shadows (Iced Latte, Amber Rush & Liquid Diamond) and love all three. The shadows are so smooth and pigmented and look almost metallic thanks to the fact that they are in pressed pigment form.
Benefit They're Real Mascara (Deluxe Size): I've been using this mascara on and off for a while now, and really started loving it again at the end of the month. It just makes the lashes look amazing!
Coastal Scents Classic Blender Crease Synthetic Brush: I've been using this brush to apply and blend my crease color constantly since I got it! The brush does a great job applying matte shadows to the crease in a more precise way than many of my other blending brushes.
Maybelline Barely Branded Color Tattoo: This color is just gorgeous on the lids and I have gotten a lot of use out of it, not just in March but every month. It's subtle enough, but really brightens up the lid and makes your eyes pop.
Elf Eyelid Primer: I've actually had this primer for quite some time, but have started using it on a daily basis this month. It has a very creamy and smooth formula and doesn't only extend the wear of shadows, but covers up discoloration or veins on the lids.
L'Oreal Voluminous Smoldering Liner: I have been loving using this liner for lining my waterline and tightline. The large tip makes it easy to get into the water and tight line without touching your eye and the drier formula helps it last much longer than other black liners.
Nails & More
Julie G Birthday Suit: I finally got to try a Julie G polish this month and adored the color. Birthday Suit is a pastel peachy pink that looks super feminine on the nails.
Illamasqua Harem: I bought this polish last June and never wanted to wear it because it is quite pricy for a nail polish. I finally wore Harem this month and I just love the color. It's a bright purple-pink that is unlike any other polish I've seen.
Zoya Charisma: This bright color is super pretty and I will definitley be wearing it again in the summer. I don't like purple nail polish, but this one is more magenta and I love that it's neon!
Banana Boat Summer Color Self-Tanning Lotion: Now that we are getting into the warmer months, I've needed to start fake tanning. As you can see in any of my makeup or nail polish swatches, I am quite fair and I just don't tan in the sun. I like this tanning lotion because as long as you don't use too much, it looks quite natural and rarely leaves a streaky appearance. I like to mix one part of this lotion with one part normal lotion to make sure the tan doesn't look fake.
Lush American Cream Conditioner: I wasn't sure if I was going to include this or not because it's sort of a love-hate product. This conditioner smells amazing and the smell stays in your hair for about two whole days, I promise I'm not exaggerating. However, the smell is all I like. The conditioner is quite thin and doesn't really moisturize my hair, but I use it after my other conditioner just to make my hair smells good. I also don't like this product because it is very overpriced!
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Here I have my Weekly Roundup of the posts I posted in any week (starting in the week of March 19th through March 24th 2013) as well as monthly favorites (starting in May 2013)!