I don't actually wear foundation on a daily basis; I find it a bit too thick and if I don't have the time I'm not going to do it. However I have been wearing this foundation a fair bit and I absolutely love it. It's not a really high coverage, I'd say it's light to medium depending on how much you put on. The thing I love most about this though is the colour because it doesn't make me look orange. I have the shade Light Porcelain, and it's going to be a great foundation going into winter too. I'd recommend this if you've been struggling with a good all round foundation and you also have really pale skin. Other favourites include my Daisy Dream Perfume which brightens up any day (and I love the bottle) as well as the Maybelline Colour Drama Lip Pencil in Very Berry. I mentioned this last month but I friggen love this and I might have to get another colour. I haven't had the Rimmel eyeliner all that long to really give it a full review but after my Elf eyeliner just wasn't cutting it anymore, I wanted a new one. Liv talked about this in her most recent video and so far it's a really good all round liquid eyeliner: black, lasting and easy to use as far as liquid eyeliner goes.
Moving on to something a little more exciting if you're not into beauty... other things I've loved this month.
This month I only have a few 'entertainment faves' as I didn't have much time to delve into anything different (my YouTube subscription box was still well abused as usual though).
I only read two books this month and one of them was How To Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran. I did start reading another book before this but I couldn't get into it. I knew this one was going to be a goody though as I'd heard so many people talk about it. It did not fail to disappoint. I loved Johanna/Dolly as a character and it was a really funny book. If you're a fan of YA fiction, I'd definitely recommend!
The other was Ayoade on Ayoade by Richard Ayoade. I'll go out here on a limb here and say he's my favourite comedian. If that's a thing you're supposed to have. I really enjoyed reading parts of this but I'm not going to lie, some bits were a bit tedious. He even makes fun of this in the book. I love his sense of humour - it's so self decrepitating. The format of it is so ridiculous and funny and strange (he is interviewing himself). I recommend reading this if you know who this man is/you've watched his movies/seen something he's been a part of e.g. the show 'Was It Something I Said?'. Obviously, if you don't know who he is, you're probably not going to 'get' it - I'll admit I felt like I didn't 'get' everything (probably loads of jokes I missed) but overall I felt like it was worth it because I love him so much. I'm like on this director fan girl level with him. Overall it's creative and interesting if you like/know him.
As for music it's been a hell of a good month. Music was something I had time for; listening to it on the many bus trips I have had, when I get home to relax, between classes, etc. I've discovered a few new beauties when it comes to artists and gone back to some old faithfuls (i.e. The Kooks thanks to Britney's video). I also found a cool band Bonjah from that video and a friend recommend the Capital Cities Album 'In A Tidal Wave of Mystery' so I've been enjoying that one as well. Muse also released their new song which I like a lot, and you can guarantee their new album will be on a future monthly playlist. I happen to really love this particular playlist so I hope you enjoy too if you decide to listen.
Links + Loves: Zoe's vlogs this month, PJs vlogs/short videos/second channel, Making the most out of Camera Raw on ALO, 30 days of yoga (which I'm yet to start -oops), this amazing little video: Light Tunnels by Sophie Newton.
Enjoy April everyone x