The other face product I have been using a lot is the Chanel Les Beige Healthy Glow Sheer Powder. You can actually see how much I've been using it evident from the dent in the powder. I have it in the colour N20 because N10 is a little more on the pink side which doesn't suit my skintone. At first I used it like most people would, as a foundation powder, but I found that it was a little dark and too peach for my light neutral coloured skin. After putting it aside, I came back to it and started to use it as a contour powder to sculpt, define, and give an ethereal glow to my face. The result is subtle but beautiful. Bronzers can be a little harsh for me but this gave me the perfect sun-kissed glow. The powder itself is very finely milled and the finish looks very natural.
For the months of January and February I was obsessed with nude lipsticks. All of these four lipsticks are beautiful but if you're looking for a simple natural nude I would definitely recommend Dior "Beige Casual". It's the kind of lipstick that I can rely on to work anytime; a my-lips-but-better lipstick, it's also nice because I don't need a mirror to apply it.
I've been using the Bath and Body Works Anti-bacterial Gentle Foaming Hand Soaps from the Sweet Shop Collection vigorously ever since I got them. They are a joy to use as the scents are wonderful to take in every time I wash my hands. I like how they come out as foam so it's easier to lather and wash. The only downside is that I find them a bit drying probably due to their anti-bacterial properties.
And that's the products I've been using a lot in the months of January and February. I hope to keep this up for March! Hope you enjoyed.
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