Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray // I unfortunately haven't been away on holiday anywhere that's humid but I have been using this spray to try keep fly aways at bay. I've been using it as more of a shine spray and to stop my hair going frizzy if it's raining which it's been doing a lot of recently. Do I think it's worth £18? Probably not. Will I repurchase? Probably not. I am enjoying using it non the less although there is probably a cheaper version out there.
Maybelline The Colossal Volume Express Smokey Eyes Mascara // I don't think I'd ever have thought to try this mascara if it hadn't come in the December Glossybox. I finished one of my favourite mascaras, Clinique High Impact, and since I was still on my spending ban thought I'd just try this one from Maybelline. I wasn't expecting much as I really didn't like The Rocket but I fell in love with this mascara after the first use. It's extremely black and as the name suggests, would work perfectly with a smokey eye. Although you can build up the volume with a couple of coats, I tend to just apply one coat on an every day basis. It defines and lengthens the lashes and holds a curl really well.
L'Oreal Rouge Caresse Lipstick in Lovely Rose // This lipstick is a bit of a recent rediscovery. I bought it last summer, loved it and wore it a lot but then I just sort of forgot about it. Whilst sorting through all my make-up after buying a new dressing table last month I ended up swatching all the lipsticks I own. I fell back in love with it. It's the perfect everyday pink but it also works really well when wearing a smokey eye. The formula is also really nice and moisturising.
Dior Creme De Rose // I've featured this lip balm a lot on the blog recently but I still can't rave about it enough. It's still being used a lot more than the By Terry version and the packaging is growing on me the more I use it. In fact I'd say now that I really love the packaging! I've been using this at night before I go to bed and then in the morning as I'm getting ready. I wish this was available in stick form so I could carry it around during the day with me as my lips have been incredibly dry recently.
Caudalie Vinosource Moisturising Sorbet // This is another product that I've featured quite a lot on my blog, mainly in the skin care round up posts at the end of each month. My skin went a little crazy this month, it was incredibly dry but also extremely sensitive and it reacted to everything. As you'll be able to see in my skin care overview I'm posting this week, I've only been using three products to try and get my skin back to normal and this is one of them. This gives enough moisture and hydration my skin needs but it isn't too heavy so my skin will react to it.
What's been your stand out product in March?