March is already here so it's time for February favourites. 

Beauty favourites
Garnier Pure 3 in 1 Wash, Scrub & Mask
I can't live without this stuff, and I usually always have it because I'm slightly addicted to it. For some while I didn't repurchase it and now I don't know what was I thinking! I use it only as a mask, although it's a 3 in 1 product. In the beginning of February I remembered how much I liked using this so I bought it again and I've been using it since. It makes my skin so clean and soft, dries out pimples and clears blackheads amazingly.
Clinique All About Eyes
I decided to try this eye cream because I had problems when applying concealer with my other eye cream. It is really nice, hydrates my under eye area well and I can safely apply concealer over it. I do recommend waiting for 15 or 20 minutes before applying concealer so the cream can work on your skin. So far I didn't notice improvement in dark circles but I haven't used the cream for very long. Still, it makes the skin under my eyes super soft and silky and fine lines less visible. The consistency is a bit odd, it's too liquidy so it looks like I will use it up pretty quickly, I am thinking about getting All About Eyes rich next time, its consistency is a lot thicker.
Essie Apricot cuticle oil
We all have problems with cuticles from time to time, and I usually deal with it by ignoring them. Of course, that is the lousiest way to deal with them and I could get a way with it only because my cuticles aren't that bad. I have only one that's problematic, on my index finger on the right hand and usually I would remove that one and call it quits. From time to time that did end with my finger bleeding and swelling because I pulled the cuticle too aggressively, so I decided I should do something about and started using all sort of cuticles products. Eventually I discovered this oil. It works well for me, I apply it when I take my nail polish off, it moisturises the skin around nails, making it soft and preventing those dry cuticles so I don't have to play nail surgeon anymore.

Makeup favourites
Catrice defining blush in 020 Rose Royce
For the spring time I like light pink blushes so I started using my old trusty Catrice blush. It gives the nicest light pink colour to my cheeks and looks very fresh and natural on the skin.
Too Faced Naked Eye eyeshadow pallet
Before there was Urban Decay Naked, there was Too Faced Naked eye. Actually I'm not sure if that's chronologically true, but it is for me because I bought the Too Faced one first. This February I went back to using it and I love the shades from this pallet, they give you the best natural eye looks.
Bourjois Healthy mix concealer
The new concealer I am trying out and so far I like it, it covers my dark circles pretty well and doesn't crease during the day.
Artdeco Fixing powder
I am usually more of fixing sprays kind of gal, but from time to time I go back to this fixing powder. It gives you nice finish and sets your makeup so it will look and stay gorgeous. It is a life saver for long days when you want your makeup to look impeccable and your skin not to look oily.

Random favourite
Ray Ban Wayfarer are my favourite sunglasses of them all, and recently I bought the tortoise shell ones. Weather has been so sunny where I live that I wanted to wear sunglasses all the time, and sadly for my other pairs I couldn't take these off.