February Favourites

Wednesday 2 March 2016

Another month has flown by yet again, so here are my February Beauty Favourites; a basket full of products that I've fallen in love with and highly recommend.

Di Blasi Cosmetics Butter Multitasking Makeup Remover* (100g, £35, link)
I love trying out products from different countries, and I recently had the pleasure of being introduced to Di Blasi, a small, natural luxury Italian brand. I tried out their Butter Multitasking Makeup Remover and instantly loved the texture and how easily just a tiny amount removed all of my makeup, including mascara. 100% natural, this thick makeup remover is made of a handful of ingredients such as Mango and Shea Butter that literally melt into your skin to remove makeup and impurities. Great to use a cleanser as well if you have dry, mature or dehydrated skin.

STARSKIN Close-Up Firming Face Mask* (1 mask, £8.50, link)
Another new brand I've been trying out are STARSKIN, who I've seen raved about in many beauty magazines and on Youtube. I've been loving their Close-Up Firming Face Mask, but not for its firming qualities (which are great by the way), but mainly for it's moisturising properties. This is an amazing mask to give your skin a serious hydration boost with. The sheet mask is infused with a whole bottle's worth of serum (30ml!), hence the pricetag, but the results are more than worth it if your skin needs some TLC after Winter.
Bodhi & Birch Mint Thé Temple Balm(15g, £15, link)
I've had a busy month and this temple balm from Bodhi & Birch has been something of a life saver when dealing with stress related, tension headaches. When I can feel a headache coming on, I just rub a little of this into my temples and just helps to keep them at bay or lessens the severity of them and feels really lovely and cooling/soothing. A work desk must have!

Antipodes Divine Face Oil(30ml, £19.99, link)
Divine Face Oil has been an absolute Winter Skin Saviour for me. Packed full of really nourishing natural ingredients like Organic Avocado Oil and Rosehip Oil, this has been keeping my skin hydrated, balanced and looking healthier and brighter. Great all-rounder if you're new to face oils or want to try something new and especially good for tired and stressed skin.

Dolce & Gabbana Precision Lip Liner in Nude 01(£20 - reviewed & swatched here
My current favourite nude lip liner, this shade suits me perfectly which is something I've been on the hunt for as a lot of nude colours make me look too washed out. This one is just a beauty with fantastic staying power and doesn't feel drying.

Ciate Nail Paint Pot in Pillow Fight (free with In Style magazine - reviewed and swatched here)
I had to include Ciate's Pillow Fight as a nail polish pick for last month. Pillow Fight is a gorgeous grey-lavender lilac shade with a great formula. I think you can still pick this up free with In Style if you hurry!

What are your current beauty favourites?

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  1. Nice picks! A fan of di blasi and bodhi & birch and antipodes. The liner and mask sound great x

  2. I love the Antipodes Divine Face Oil! Have a few Starskin masks that I've had for ages so I need to get using them to see what the fuss is about!

    Danielle's Beauty Blog

    1. It's amazing isn't it? Antipodes are one of those brands that can do no wrong! Definitely try the Starskin masks, they are amazing! x

  3. Nice and nice!x

  4. The Antipodes oil is so good, I love it! I must admit, I did flinch when I saw the price of the mask but it sounds lovely :) xx


    1. Happy to hear you're a fan of the Divine Oil! Same, it's expensive but you can sometimes find them on offer in TKMaxx for a more reasonable price ;) xx

  5. I haven't tried the Antipodes facial oil but I've loved everything else I've tried from them x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness x


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