February Beauty Favorites

February Beauty Favorites

Does anyone else feel like January was about 5 years long and February happened in the blink of an eye?!

It’s crazy to think it’ll be March this week. For me, I’m quite excited, because that means spring is close by for Boston!

I’m so ready for spring fashion and longer days (which has been making an appearance in Boston recently!).

In February, I discovered some great products and great inexpensive makeups and tools that I’m very excited to share with you guys!

Some of them, you may notice were from my Instagram stories, but I wanted to write an in depth review, so that you guys who don’t follow me there can get a better idea for the products.


Revolution Concealer:

February Beauty Favorites

I feel that many beauty guru’s have been raving about this all over social media, and for good reasons too. This product is so creamy – I would imagine if I were to put butter under my eyes, this is what it would feel like – it’s that smooth. It does resemble the tarte shape concealer, but is only $7! This is all I’ve been using all month and I’m loving it. I didn’t notice any creasing and the coverage is great. For a drug-store/affordable brand this is for sure my favorite out of all of them.

Kat Von D MetalMatte Mini Eyeshadow Palette:

February Beauty Favorites

This was a love at first sight type of palette. I had no intentions to buy anything, and then this came into my sight and I had to have it. I mean can anyone go into Sephora without buying something? I tried the shade velvet and I knew I had to get it. I do think it’s a bit more on the pricey side of the spectrum, because you don’t get as many shades and it’s not a palette that’s versatile in that you can just use only that one for a full look. Regardless of all those facts, I love this because the pigmentation is sooooo DARN good. It is very bright, but the shades are at the same time, very wearable. If you wet your brush before dipping into the shimmer shades, it’s even more pigmented. I used this basically everyday this month and I can’t wait to create more looks with it.

Elf Heart Defensor Highlighter:

I believe this was a collab with a beauty guru, but I don’t remember who (if you remember, comment below!). This was $8 at Ulta, but for some reason it’s no longer available. I’m not really sure why they don’t have it, but this highlighter is gorgeous. I found it on Amazon, but it’s over-priced at $23.  The packaging makes it seem like it would be high end and expensive and it’s not. The mirror on it is great and usable. The pigmentation is amazing and probably the best highlighter for a drug-store brands.

Keune Gloss Spray:

February Beauty Favorites

I’m not sure about you guys, but whenever I use dry shampoo my hair gets too dry and doesn’t look nice. It tends to get clumpy and too dry. I’ve been using this gloss spray to add some shine into my hair to fix that problem. It’s made the biggest difference. I get to have my hair look like the first day after having it washed. It makes it look healthy and bouncy. It’s a game changer for me.

Herbivore Botanicals Jade Roller:

February Beauty Favorites

I wake up with puffy face and eyes almost each morning. I naturally have chubby cheeks and under eye bags, so it’s usually due to this, but I do notice if I drink too much coffee this also happens. This little tool has been a life saver. Jade is naturally cooling and apparently is a good tool to use before applying your makeup, which I haven’t tried yet. It doesn’t make the biggest difference, but like I’ve said I naturally wake up puffy, so this does help. I have yet to try this by putting it in the freezer, I think that will intensify the effect. Before this, I did the frozen spoon trick where I put two spoons in the freezer and put them under my eyes to lessen the puffiness (which works wonders!). Overall, I am happy with it, for it’s price point of $25, it works well.

Thanks for reading. 🙂 Let me know what you’ve been loving this month in the comments!


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