3 things I tried in March

Kind Natured lotion + foaming sugar scrub in coconut & monoi. Funny thing here is I bought these at two seperate stores not realizing I picked out the same scent until I got home. Based on the name alone this probably wouldn’t be a scent I’d buy online, I’m more likely to go with something I know I’m going to love, like lavender. I literally don’t think I have ever smelled a lotion this nice though. Not to mention it makes my skin so soft and smooth. I go through a lot of lotion in the cooler weather and using this stuff feels like pampering. It easily became my new favorite lotion. I would absolutely buy both of these again. I also look forward to trying more from Kind Natured.

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair ™ Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30. I read about this stuff on Allie’s blog, The Only Living Girl in New York. She doesn’t reguarly post about this sort of thing so I was definitely intriqued when she mentioned it. I started reading reviews… and I had to have it. It’s kind of expensive, in my opinion, so I opted for the travel sized container to start with.

It wasn’t love at first use. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it but wasn’t sure it was worth the price. There are lots of other options out there that help correct facial redness, and for a lot cheaper. After about a week though, I really figured out how it worked best on my skin. Thoroughly moisturizing then applying was the key. Now I’m hooked! This product helps reduce the redness I get along my chin and cheeks. I’ve never really thought I had pretty skin but in the last week I’ve caught myself admiring it more than once. When I mentioned it to Jeff he replied that he had thought my skin had been looking extra pretty lately as well! WIN!

I don’t like how expensive it is but honestly, that tiny container is going to last me a loooong time since it only takes bit to get results. I would definitely recommend giving it a spin if you have some facial redness you’d like to cover without feeling like you’re caked in make up. Sometimes I put it on before my foundation, other times I wear it alone. Either way it never feels heavy! It makes for an easy ‘no make up’ make up look. I have a feeling I’ll be relying on it a lot this summer.

ILNP Mega. I already featured this polish in my last nail round up but I didn’t share a photo of just how gorgeous it really is. I’m seriously obsessed. It’s pretty in any lighting but in the sun it’s honestly the most beautiful polish I have ever seen. So much movement of color!

It only takes two coats to get that level of opacity and it dries very quickly. Also worth noting, it comes off easily with regular nail polish remover. I have a habit of avoiding glitter polishes becuase they can be a pain to remove but this stuff is no problem at all!

I have five more from ILNP that I am just dying to try. That second one over in the photo above, Birefringence, is just killing me. I have it sitting beside my computer and I’m constantly twirling the bottle to watch the colors change. I’m hooked on ILNP. I can’t believe it took me this long to try them. They’re absolutely worth the price!

Did you try anything awesome last month?
xoxo

Author: Kaylah

Just a green haired gal from Cleveland, Ohio.

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  • I feel the same way about that Cicapair! My friend was raving about it, but I wasn’t sold right away because it was clinging to my dry patches. I’m glad it finally worked for you! I was nervous when I started reading that you would be disappointed by something you found through me and I was prepared to feel horrible!

    • Hahaha! I really just wrote that post to trash your recommendation. 😛

      But yeah, same! It made my skin look really bad until I realized I should probably not stop moisturizing. I hate adding another step to my routine (not that it’s long) but this stuff is worth it!

  • These sound great! I want to try all three! The Tiger Grass especially, because I have this big red patch on my cheek and it looks so awful if I don’t wear foundation, but I hate having to wear foundation on the weekends too, so this might be a nice alternative, thanks!