How has a quarter of the year already gone by?! Time just moves so fast. The calendar says spring, but so far we’ve only had one week of spring weather in Denmark (it snowed yesterday!). I’m really yearning for warmer weather, so hopefully we’ll get some more of that soon. My favourites from the first month of spring are make-up heavy, but I’m really excited about these products, so let’s talk about them.
Natasha Denona Pastel palette: Besides from the Circo Loco palette this is the most exciting palette Natasha Denona has released in my opinion. I love colourful eyeshadows, I love pastels and I love the ND formulas, so I’m really enjoying this palette. It’s just the perfect spring palette, isn’t it?
Catrice All Matt Shine Control Powder Healthy Look (shade: 100 Neutral Fresh Beige): I’ve loved this powder since I purchased it back in September, so I thought it was about time that I featured it in a favourites post. This powder has the prettiest natural glow to it (don’t be fooled by the “all matt” in the name). If you love the Dior Backstage Face & Body Powder-No-Powder, but want to try a much cheaper alternative, try this Catrice powder.
e.l.f. Cosmetics Putty bronzer (shade: Tan Lines): I think this is my most used bronzer in the month of March. I haven’t hauled it yet, but I had to share it with you, because it’s such a stunning, affordable cream bronzer, and it’s so easy to work with. It’s giving the Fenty Beauty Cheeks Out Freestyle cream bronzer a run for it’s money.
Rms Beauty Living Luminizer: Here’s another product that I haven’t hauled yet, but that I’ve been obsessed with. This is the first cream highlighter that I’ve truely fallen in love with. It just looks so stunning on the skin.
West Side Story (2021 film): My last favourite is not a make-up product, but a film. I’ve never watched the original West Side Story, though I really want to, but maybe it was a good thing, because then I didn’t have anything to compare the 2021 version to. And I loved the 2021 version. I obviously knew the story and most of the songs, but it was just so well executed. I’m also a big fan of a lot of Steven Spielberg’s work, which might also be a reason why I liked this film.