This past month has been pretty hectic, with Uni back in full swing and a few too many social obligations that aren't doing my GPA any good.. and I can't believe we're halfway through Autumn already, but the weather here in Auckland still feels like summer! (not that I'm complaining). Anyway, here are a few things that have been loving for the month of March!
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer (Shade 25): Concealer is one of the few make-up products that I use (almost) everyday, so after my Maybelline Mineral Power concealer sadly ran out, I immediately went out to grab a replacement. I thought I'd try this one since I had read some good reviews about it online, and I couldn't find the Mineral Power one in store. This concealer is nice and creamy, which makes it super easy to blend. I would say this has light to medium coverage, and it works really well for brightening up my under eye circles and occasionally covering some redness/blemishes.
Dollywink Liquid Eyeliner (Deep Black): Lately, I've often been reaching for this Dollywink liner in the mornings over my standard pencil liner. This has definitely been a long time favourite of mine (and many other bloggers) because it glides on so easily and stays put all day. Plus, how adorable is that polkadot packaging.
Dainty necklaces (Hearts & Circle, Lovisa. Bow, Gifted. Protea, Meadowlark.): I rarely leave the house these days without one of these pretty pendants hanging around my neck. They are just so easy to wear, and add that little bit extra to every outfit.
White Converse: Comfy and stylish at the same time? That's the (shoe) dream.. My feet have pretty much lived in these shoes since I started back at Uni. Although, they are probably in need of a good scrub to bring them back to their former shining white glory.
Cucumber and Hummus: My flat mate and I eat this snack so often, our fridge is seldom seen without these two items inside. We probably go through about two cucumbers a week..! The crunchy cucumber just goes so damn well with some of our fave hummus (Lisa's Gloriously Garlic, in case you were wondering).