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1 Apr 2014

March Favourites

The Origins Hot Cloth Cleansing Balm has been my go-to way of cleaning off my makeup. It's thick in consistency so it really gets all of the makeup off but comes off easily with the cleansing cloth and leaves the skin feeling nourishes and moisturised without a greasy residue. If you're like me and like
to get your makeup off as soon as you get home, this is a great product. It's fast and easy and doesn't leave your skin feeling tight or oily so you can rest before really pampering your skin later on.

The Trilogy Rosehip Oil has become a solid part of my evening skincare regimen and now I don't know what I'd do without it. It's great as a nighttime moisturiser and brings all the benefits of the natural oil - nourishing, softening, repairing, and helping even out blotchy or hyper-pigmented skin.

LUSH Seanik Shampoo Bar has also been a big hit. It's made with sea salt so gives your locks natural volume like you've just come from the beach. It's natural and made without sulphates so won't strip your hair of it's natural oils, which also means you can allow more time between washes. It smells great, too, which is definitely a bonus.

I have been sporting bare nails all month. Keeping up with filing and buffing makes your nude nails look classy and sophisticated. I'm not much of a pastel nails girls myself so I foresee a naked nails trend for me this sowing summer.

My new pink jumper that I picked up from Queen's Park farmer's market has been a definite favourite having worn it most days since the purchase. It's a fluffy 50s style jumper in dusky pink and I adore it paired with either a pair of skinny jeans and trainers or thrown over a dress and sporting chunky boots. It looks great with all of my silver jewellery, too.

What have been your favourites for the month of March?

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