My favorite products this month are mostly new ones I bought and I think there's only one that I've had but started using again.
Dry Fast Top Coat
I actually just purchased this yesterday but I already know I love it. After reading on so many nail blogs about how great this stuff was I had to see what all the hype was about. I went to Sally's Beauty Supply and they had it. I applied one coat of it on my already painted nails as soon as I got home. I swear it dried in less than a second! Then I noticed how shiny my nails looked. I have a very pretty blue color with flashes of pink and purple shimmer on and it made the color 10x more gorgeous. I've heard other bloggers say that it's the best top coat ever and they didn't know how they even painted there nails before they found this stuff. Now I totally understand what they mean. My mom also said to me later in the day, "Your nails look so gorgeous, it looks like shiny glass" lol. I told her about the top coat and she of course wanted to try it and loves it too. It guarantees not to yellow your nails from dark nail colors and promises to keep your color last without any chipping. The price was a little steep, it was around $9 but if you order it on the Sally's Beauty Supply website you can get it for only $7.99, or a dollar less if you are a member. It was well worth the money for me though. I cant wait to use it with every mani I do.
L'Oreal True Match
I've been using this foundation on and off for years and in the same shade, Honey Beige. I've tried lots of other liquid foundations over the years and some I really liked and some I hated. But at some point I always end up buying this again, thank god they haven't stopped selling it. I either use powder foundation or liquid, I guess it just depends on what I feel like that day. I like this a lot because it comes in a variety of different shades even though the only one I've ever used has been honey beige. It blends in very easily and is natural looking. With a primer it's always seemed to stay on for a while. The coverage isn't too heavy and isn't too light, its right in the middle where I prefer. Sometimes my skin can tend to be dry around my nose and with some foundations it's only made it worse but not this one. That's one big reason I like this. I apply it by dabbing a little bit on each cheek, forehead, chin and nose, then I use my fingers to blend outwards. I like that I don't have to work too hard to blend and even it out. The only downfall about this product is the packaging, there's not a pump or anything, just a regular bottle so sometimes it could be a pain trying to get the product out of the bottle. Besides that, it works great for me, especially for a drugstore brand. I don't think it's more than $10 at any local drugstore.
e.l.f Studio Makeup
Mist & Set
Maybelline Line Stiletto
Precision Liquid Eyeliner
Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream
Have you guys tried any of these products before and if so do you have a different opinion?
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