And just like that, it's time for another monthly favourites post! I'm sorry it's a bit later than usual - I've had quite a few personal issues pop up over the past few weeks and it threw everything off but I'm not going to bore you with all that! I went a little crazy throughout March and purchased quite a few beauty items which I've really been loving! I've also been embracing a lighter, fresher makeup and a more basic skincare routine and I'm super happy with how they've been working. 
march favourites 2018 blog post
Glossier You 
I don't think I've worn another perfume since buying this. It's quite a hard scent to describe but it's definitely one to try if you prefer softer fragrances. It has a warm, clean finish and I find it lasts really well on clothes. I've already used more than half so I need to purchase a back-up asap! 

Lee Stafford Choco Locks Butter Cream Treatment*
I'm trying to get my hair as healthy as possible so I've been using hair masks at least 3 times a week and this one is definitely my favourite. Firstly it smells incredible, it's really chocolatey but not sickly or fake and it has a gorgeous whipped, buttery texture that leaves the hair feeling beautifully soft and hydrated but not greasy or weighed down. It's also really easy to wash out and I can even apply it to my roots without it leaving a residue! 

OUAI Texturising Hairspray*
When it comes to my hair I'm pretty laid back but every now and then when I've made a bit more effort I like to use this hairspray to keep everything in place and add some texture. It smells amazing too! 

Becca Backlight Priming Filter
I really wasn't expecting to love this primer as much as I do but now it's the only one I reach for! I like to mix it in with my foundation or apply it alone to give my skin a gorgeous healthy glow. I can't recommend it enough! 

Lush Honey Lip Scrub
My lips have been super dry recently so I started using this a couple times a week and I can't believe what a difference it's made! The particles are the perfect size to buff away dry skin without being harsh or abrasive.

Glossier Stretch Concealer
I started using this a lot last month as my skin has been in pretty good condition and I haven't needed to layer on the cake as much. It has a gorgeous creamy texture that melts into the skin and is perfect covering redness and blemishes without looking heavy on the skin. 

Have you tried any of these products recently?