A week into April means that the March favourites posts are flying up all around the blogosphere. My video has already gone up on my YouTube channel, which you can watch below, but as you probably know, I always like to write a blog post to go alongside the video.

As I didn't get around to posting my February Favourites until 20th March, I don't have too many products to talk about from March, however the products that I have included are damn good ones!

Garnier Ultimate Blends Shampoo & Conditioner: I think I may have finally found the shampoo and conditioner duo that was made for my hair. I never really settle with a shampoo or conditioner... there are lots that I like, but none that I constantly repurchase, until now! This is created especially for mid-long hair with split ends, which is my hair exactly. I find that it leaves my hair feeling super clean, shiny and feeling so glossy and strong - it definitely works for me. Like I say in my video, it obviously hasn't helped my split ends, I think it makes them look less noticeable and hopefully it will strengthen my hair so I don't get any more nasty ends. An added feature for this duo is the smell - good enough to eat!

Halo Eye Makeup Remover Pads: I have been using these for quite a while now, ever since Halo kindly sponsored FABB Manchester last year, but I have only recently started to really appreciate them. Being a Mum, I don't get to travel around much, so I haven't really needed this kind of thing, however since starting a new job, I am finding myself travelling around the UK on a more regular basis. This is where these wipes have come in handy... I like to travel light when possible, so rather than carrying around big bottles of cleanser in my bag, I've been taking these with me to remove my eye makeup and wow, they do such a fantastic job. Most importantly they don't flare up my sensitive skin around my eyes (which is always a bonus) and then when it comes to taking the makeup off, with one sweep I can remove all of my mascara, brow product and eyeliner in one. They're perfect for anyone who finds themselves staying in hotels on a regular basis, or even just to have in the cupboard to use when you're feeling a little lazy and can't be bothered with the whole skincare routine.

Angelica 'Apricot' Nail Polish: I have been hunting for the 'perfect peachy polish' for so long now, and I finally think I have found it! The colour when applied to the nails is a wonderful coral/peach shade, which only requires two coats to be fully opaque and lasts for ages without chipping (mine managed five days while I was at work!) It's super affordable and available to buy online and in Primark... I definitely recommend this brand and will 100% be trying more shades!

Revlon 'Wild Watermelon' Lip Butter: I'm so late to the party with these lipsticks but I'm so glad I finally gave them a try. The formula is like a dream, they're really glossy and moisturising and can be built up from sheer to fully pigmented on the lips. The colour of Wild Watermelon is quite a bright red with an orange undertone - ideal for Summer. I've been wearing mine almost every day and come payday, I'll be stocking up on a few more of these.


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