Best in Beauty | February

February has flown by and I can't believe it's time for another Best in Beauty and it's almost spring! When I sat down to think what I had been loving, not a lot has changed in terms of makeup but I have a few different things to share with you guys. So let's get into it...

Milani Eyeshadow Palette | £13

I've been wanting to try Milani shadows for the longest time. They have the blush formula down so I was hoping their eyeshadows would be equally as good. So I went for this little palette in the shade Earthy Elements. Which houses 6 stunning, warm tones. Two are matte and the rest are shimmers. All the shadows are really soft, finely milled and blend out easily.

Beautiful Brows Palette* | £30

I've finally found a new product that I love in the form of this little palette. The palette itself is like nothing I've seen before. Inside it has a brow powder and a brow highlighter, a brush and some tweezers and a magnifying mirror. The powders are removable but are still in packaging, so it's perfect for traveling. I'm not too fussed by the highlighter, it's Pink toned and I tend to prefer more Champagne or Gold ones. The brow powder itself is perfect! The shade Medium is the perfect shade to match my hair. It's not too warm nor too cool. It's really pigmented and applies like a dream. It gives natural, full looking brows and it lasts all day! The powders can be brought separately which is really good too.

Eye Of Horus Eye Liner | £15

This eyeliner is easily one of the best pencils I've come across. All the eye pencils I have tried tend to smudge or fade on me. It's pretty pointless putting them on my water line because they're gone in about hour. But not this! This literally stays put all day! It doesn't smudge or budge on me either. The shade  Smokey Black is also super Black. If you struggle with eye pencils I can't recommend Eye of Horus enough. A massive thank to Siobhan from Beautylymin for recommending it!

Lottie London Slay All Day Lip Kit | £8.95 | POST

Lip Kits have finally filtered down into the drugstore. I've tried a few but the Lottie London ones are by far my favourite. I have the Shade Fleek. Both the liquid lipstick and the lip pencil are both a warm toned Brown. This actually reminds me a lot of Kat Von D's Lolita II. The pencil is super creamy, pigmented and doesn't drag on the lips at all. It's so pigmented you could probably just wear it on its own. The liquid lipstick has a moussey texture that is really pigmented. It dries down matte but doesn't look dry or flaky. The lasting power is really impressive to. There's nothing not to love about this!

The Ordinary Natural Moisturising Factors + HA | £4.90 | POST

A skincare item I've been really loving is this moisturiser from The Ordinary. This stuff is so good. It really nourishes and hydrates my dehydrated skin. It has a weird, bitty texture but it melts into the skin without feeling oily or greasy. I like to use it in the evening and morning. It sits really well under makeup to. I'm hoping I will see more results with continued use.

Merumaya Concentrated Spot Treatment* | £14.50 | POST

Even though my skin is dehydrated It is prone to breakouts. But thanks to this genius treatment from Merumaya, they are under control. I like to apply a small amount to any blemishes at night time and in the morning they look significantly better! It can also be used over makeup. It's a really great little product!

Crown Brushes C403 Small Chisel Cheeks Brush* | £19.99 | POST

This has quickly become one of my favourite brushes. I'd been on the look out for the perfect setting brush for so long and I think I've finally found it. This is designed for contouring which it is really good for but I really like to use it to set my concealer under my eyes. It's fluffy but flat at the same time so it applies powder seamlessly and blends it out well.

So that's all the beauty products I've been loving throughout February.

Have you tried any of these? What are your thoughts?

Until next time...

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