March 2018 Favorites

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Hi all and happy April! Seeing as it’s the beginning of the month, I thought  I would share some things I loved during the month of March.

Blowouts: I got my first blowout this month (I had a coupon for it because your girl is on a budget). As someone who basically doesn’t do their hair, having styled hair was revolutionary for me. Since I can’t afford weekly (or really even monthly) blowouts, I decided to try to do it myself. I picked up the Hot Sexy Hair Prep Me Blow Dry Primer and a round brush and tried it out. It’s not going to be an everyday day thing for me because it is time consuming (and I try to keep heat off my hair) but once in a while it’s fun.

Sexy Hair Hot Prep Me 450 Heat Protection Blow Dry Primer, 5.1 Fluid Ounce *

Sephora Collection Lipstick in Labyrinth City: I have a couple of these lipsticks and I plan on getting more. They’re super cheap for Sephora ($8), have a wide shade range with different finishes, and have you seen the packaging? Gorgeous. I really like the shade Labyrinth City, which is a pink toned brown. It gives me that 90s style brown tone while still working with my skin tone because of the pink/berry undertone.

LC Lauren Conrad necklace: I’ve been a fan of the Lauren Conrad line at Kohl’s pretty much since it came out (and I’ve been a fan of Lauren since her Laguna Beach days). This necklace is the perfect spring necklace. I think it pairs so well well florals and pastel colors. I also think the length of this necklace is great. I have a bit of a larger chest and sometimes long necklaces hit awkwardly on my bust, but this one can be adjusted so it hits nicely.

The Santa Clarita Diet: I enjoyed this show last season when it first debuted, but I think I may have liked season 2 even more. If you aren’t familiar this show is about an ordinary family whose lives change when the mother of the family (Drew Barrymore) catches something that makes her become undead. I really loved the way the second season ended. I wouldn’t call it a total cliffhanger, but I’m definitely intrigued for season 3.

A Wrinkle in Time: I didn’t know what to expect going into this movie. I hadn’t read the book or even heard that much about it, but a friend invited me to go and I did. And it was great! I thought the acting, scenery, and costumes were fantastic. I especially loved Reese Witherspoon’s character and her costumes. This movie does get a bit dark at times so I don’t know that I would recommend it for younger kids, but I think anyone from older kids to adults can find something they enjoy in this movie.

Hope your March was great and that you have a great April!

xo,

Emily

 

 

 

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