Favorite March products

Hello guys!
March is almost over so here is another favorite products! I have so many new things this month. I picked for you these 7 items which I want to talk about. Let's get started.

I got some discount coupons from Douglas and it included 2+1 free product from Clinique. I really wanted to use it just because Clinique products are not the cheapest. I decided to buy some new foundation, because my favorite Bourjois healthy mix is running out. I think that products from Clinique are very good quality and once I got a foundation tester I really wanted to try it. I have a very dry skin so I need a moisturizing foundation. Douglas makeup artist recommended me this Moisture Surge in shade 02 (I think it's still dark for me but they didn't have a lighter shade). Actually, this is not foundation but tinted moisturizer but the coverage is pretty good. It also has SPF 15 which is good for summer, especially for me because my skin is very sensitive and will burn quickly in the sun. I also like the smell of it, it smells like my sunscreen. So if you have dry skin I would really recommend it.

The next item I'm going to show you is also for dry skin. It is this Satin makeup base from Dermacol. I used so many primers but I couldn't find the right one for me. I have The Porefessional primer from Benefit, it is probably the best primer I've had but it's very expensive and I think it's more for oily skin. Then I used some primers from Rimmel with the cream composition but it wasn't right for me. My makeup didn't last all day and it was too heavy for my skin. I read a few tips for some good primer for dry skin and this Satin base had a good reviews so I decided to try it. And it's really amazing! It's so light and easy to apply. Your skin is really like satin after this. My makeup also last much longer and it doesn't dry out my skin.

I can't forget to mention this Velvet Stick Matt Lip color from Essence. I saw it in a drugstore and I liked the color so I just bought it. I thought that it would be more like brown-pink color but it is more like purple-pink color. I don't mind because it looks nice on your lips. The only disadvantage is that this Velvet Stick is too dry. I have a dry lips and it dries out my lips even more. But I think if you put some lip balm under it, it's gonna be alright.

I think you can't create a perfect smoky eyes without a good blending brush. I was doing my eyeshadows with my BH cosmetics brush, but I think it's not directly on it. So I got this Makeup Revolution Pro Blending Brush no. E103. I think this brush does a good job but the disadvantage is that the bristles are very coarse. When you use it on your eyes it is uncomfortable. It blends your eyeshadows well but I prefer something with softer bristles. I have a brush from Makeup Revolution for contouring and the bristles aren't so coarse. So maybe it is the only brush which has the bristles like that...

This is my favorite nail polish of all the time. I love Chanel and everything from it. This is Le Vernis Nail Colour 533 April. Oh my God, I love the shade so much. I think that every shade from Chanel is amazing but this is just number one. I had to have it and it was on sale! Who could resist? I definitely plan to buy more shades. This nail polish is also very pigmented, so one layer is enough. It also lasts so much longer than some drugstore nail polish. And the packaging is just amazing!

The next item on the list is this amazing higlighter. It is Lost in Galaxy from Douglas. I read about it in a magazine and then I went to Douglas to try it. I tried it and I had to buy it! Pigmentation is great, it reminds me Copacabana Illuminator from Nars (I need to try it as well). Just one layer and you get a beautiful highlighting, then you just blend it with your fingers or brush. And it's also very cheap for that quality!

The last item is for hair. I read about it in a magazine as well and I decided to try it. It's Toni&Guy Sea Salt Texturising Spray. It is a spray that creates natural waves. Just spray it on your hair and using your hands create natural waves. It looks very cool and a bit messy but I really like that style. It's also very quick and easy when you don't have much time to do your hair. You can also use a curling iron to create waves and then spray it into your hair to make it look more natural.

Other favorites:
Favorite movie: Room (2015)
Favorite actor/actress: Mark Ruffalo
Favorite song: Reality - Lost Frequencies ft. Janieck Devy
Favorite brand: Zara
Favorite book: The Hand on the Mirror - Janis Heaphy Durham
Favorite youtuber/blogger: Patricie Nespurki


Tinted Moisturizer Clinique
Makeup Base Dermacol
Velvet Stick Essence
Blending Brush Makeup Revolution
Nail Polish Chanel
Highlighter Douglas
Sea Salt Spray Toni&Guy

Thank you for reading!
Love Terri

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