February favourites

Well hello to you my reader chums! February seem to pass us by in the blink of an eye and its crazy we're already so far into March. 2017 is going along far too quickly and I'm not sure I can keep up. Over the past few weeks, I've been trying out and obsessing about a few new products I can't wait to share with you.

Here's a look at my February favourites:

February favourites

February favourites

Garnier's micellar gel face wash

Garnier's micellar face gel wash

If you're a big fan of the renowned Garnier micellar water, then you could relate to my excitement when I saw the matching gel wash on the shelves in Boots. I can't say it fully lives up to the love I have for micellar water, however it's an incredible face wash. It's able to remove light makeup, cleanse the skin and leaves your skin feeling refreshed. The gentle consistency and no scent feature is ideal for those with sensitive skin. Find out a more information with my latest review.

Revlon's colour stay foundation for combination/oily skin

Revlon colour stay foundation in 110 Ivory

I'm one of those girls who stick to what they know and love when it comes to base makeup products. As I've heard many bloggers and vloggers hype about this foundation, I wanted to try the Revlon colour stay out for myself. I fell in love with it on the first use. They have two different formulation options, one for dry skin and the other for combination/oily skin that I chose which suits me perfectly. There's so many reasons why I love this foundation. The light-medium, buildable coverage is ideal for day-day use and if you'd like something more heavy duty for an evening out. Its consistency is very creamy, sits on the skin well and has a natural, dewy finish. With a primer, the lasting power is seamless, staying all day long and I couldn't fault the wide colour range. I'd 100% recommend if you're on the hunt for a new foundation.

Kiko cosmetics Enigma lipstick in shade 03

Kiko Cosmetics Enigma lipstick in 03

I have a big admiration for Kiko's products, everything I've tried from their brand are always top quality for an affordable price. This lipstick is no exception. I'm seriously impressed with the packaging even if slightly bulky as I love the magnetic effect on how it closes. I'd describe the shade as a toned down berry with a glossy finish. I'm not usually a big fan of lipsticks that aren't matte, however, the sheen wash over the top makes it the ideal everyday lipstick. The consistency is incredibly creamy and feels like a thick lip balm once applied which through wear, leaves the lips feeling moisturised. Its lasting power isn't as impressive given the glossy formulation, however the quality and shade have won my heart. 

Max factor miracle touch blush

Max Factor miracle touch creamy blush

Similar to base products like primers and foundations, I tend to stick to the same blushers. However, there was a sale on Max Factor so I couldn't resist picking a new one up. I remember these blushers being hyped a few years back in the beauty world but never jumped on the band wagon until now. With the tiny compact easy for travelling and intense pigmentation, I couldn't fault this blush. The shade 'soft murano' is a warm pink, slightly red toned colour which easily blends onto the skin. As its a cream blush, there's no need for a brush as your fingers will give a more even finish.

argan oil lip balm

Argan oil lip balm

With the cold day of February, dry lips were bound to be on the horizon. This little pot of argan oil lip balm did the trick with even my driest and cracked lips. It helped soothed and moisturise them until my lips were back into their normal state.

I hope you enjoyed my February favourites. Which products have you been loving last month?

Thank you for reading <3


  1. I seriously want to get this foundation it looks so good and I've heard to most amazing things about it.


  2. What a gorgeous blush, perfect for the spring! x

  3. I love the revlon colourstay foundation. Some amazing products here!!

    Rachael xox

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