5 Products I've Fallen in Love with in February


I've decided that I am going to try and talk about the products I've been loving always in groups of 5. This will allow me to be both more selective with what I am showing you and it's something that ultimately is more on brand with the goal I'm aiming towards in general. 
Today, and even though its a bit late, I am going to share with you the 5 products I've loved the most in February. This is something that I'm going to try and do every other month and it's going to include both beauty and lifestyle bits. 


The Humble Brush (The Humble Co - 3.99€): This might seem random but if you've read my new year's resolutions post you would know that a more sustainable lifestyle is one of my goals for 2019. The first change I made was changing for a Bamboo toothbrush instead of a plastic one. This is one of the easiest changes to make. At first, it was a bit weird to brush my teeth with a bamboo brush instead of plastic, it felt a bit too big for my mouth and the material felt a bit like a stick, but after the first couple of uses I can say it feels now strange to use the "normal" plastic one (I still have a plastic toothbrush at my boyfriends house). It's something cheap and easy to change and won't affect your daily habits what so ever if you wanna live a more eco-friendly lifestyle this might be a good first step.


Earrings (Parfois, 1.99€): I got my ears pierced for the first time in January and now I am finally able to change my earrings, which is honestly so exciting. Never having my ears pierced before I never understood why it was such a big thing, but now I feel (and look) so much more put together regardless of what I am actually wearing, how my hair looks or how my makeup looks. These little hoops were the first pair of earrings I bought myself and it was such an exciting purchase to make. But really, if for some reason you don't have your ears pierced and you want to do it, just do it! Icompletelyatly painless and it really boosted my self-confidence!


Conceal & Define Liquid Concealer (Makeup Revolution - 4.99€):  My NARS concealer was worn to death on my Minimal Makeup Challange and I couldn't afford to replace it at the moment (broke university student here!), so when I stumbled upon this product I had to give it a go! I won't talk much about the product because I will have another post coming soon in which I will go into more detail but this is a great hight coverage concealer with one of the best shade ranges I've ever seen. I've used this product almost daily since I got it and it's for sure one of the best liquid concealer formulas I've ever tried. I know this is a product that I will always have in my makeup collection. 


Hoola Bronzer (Benefit - 37.95€): What a cult product this is. I've got one of those wonderful kits Benefit does for Christmas last year and this gem was part of it. I've been using it ever since for either contour or simply as a bronzer if I'm feeling a matte bronzer. I love the product. The colour is a perfect match for my skin tone and the formula is amazing, the pigmentation is the right amount so that you don't need a ton of product but you also have a lot of control over what you are doing while using it. After trying it I must say that there actually is a reason why this is such a cult product in the beauty community.


Born to Run Eyeshadow Pallet (Urban Decay - 54.90€): Even writing the price down after months of owning this pallet makes my bank account cry, but oh well, there are some things that simply are worth it and this is one of them. I own multiple eyeshadow pallets and I must say that this one is by far my all time favourite one. The quality of the shadows is as amazing as Urban Decay always delivers and the colours picked for this one just tickle every box. This is the pallet I would 100% recommend to anyone who is starting with eyeshadow and is willing to spend a bit more. It has some cool tones and some warm ones, some blues, pinks oranges and purples but still a lot of nude eyeshadows, perfect for anyone starting to get creative and exploring more with makeup.
If you still have doubts on how much I love it, well let's put it this way: If my whole makeup collection got stolen (God forbid) this would probably be one of the first products I would repurchase!


Before I sign off I just want to say that I truly am happy with the way the photos turned out. If you know me you would know that I was very self-conscious about my photography skill and about having blog posts without my face on them and this year I knew that in order to have good quality content I would have to try and improve. There is no magic formula, instead a lot of trial and error, but I truly feel like I'm evolving and that my content creating is really benefiting from it. 

Have you tried any of these products? Which one caught more of your attention?



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