I usually say how fast the month went for me, but March went very slowly. This month was that month that the show I'd been working on since November showed, and it was so much fun! Very tiring, but totally worth it.
Some of my favourite posts from this month were Woodland Inspired Makeup, 6 Ways to Unwind, Spring + Easter Inspiration, Guest Post: Not Copy A Cat, 2 Spring Sock Upgrades, and Guest Post: The Dani Jones Blog.
These were the lashes that I used during my time in Grease, and I reused them quite a lot. Out of all the lashes that I've tried before, these have been my favourites. They're big enough to be worth wearing, but also very natural.
I was looking for a good transparent powder, and this one works well. It's not amazing, but it does the job.
When I'm faced with a choice between shimmer and matte, I'm almost always going to choose the shimmer. This primer does a great job of adding shimmer to my eyes, creases only slightly, and overall works a lot better than my previous one.
I got these two lip balms for Easter, and I'm very happy with them. Not only do they moisturize my lips, they both have lovely scents.
Other Favourites:1. Rishi Sweet Matcha Tea
I've been meaning to try matcha for a while, and I'm so happy I did! It may be my new favourite drink, and It's a perfect way to start your morning. Not to mention it's also very quick and easy to make.
2. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
While I did like this book, I didn't find it amazing. I did almost cry while reading it, though, so that has to count for something. Or it could just be the fact that I didn't get enough sleep that week and I was overworking myself.
3. Lonesome (1928)
I've been looking for a really magical old movie lately, and I think that this is the one of my dreams. While it has it's flaws, mostly those common to the era, I love the way that it's shot and the few colour-tinted scenes look like something from a fairytale.
And, before I forget, yesterday was my third blog birthday! I can't believe that I've had this blog for three years, but I don't know what I'd do without it.
Have you tried any of these before? What were your March favourites?