Beauty wise, February was very much a month of rediscoveries. If you follow me on Instgram, you may have seen that I posted a photo of Rimmel's Kate Moss lipstick in '03'. I loved this lipstick when I was at uni and for whatever reason, had forgotten about it. I picked a new one up again recently and have fallen back in love. Its quite a good drugstore 'dupe' for MAC's 'Brave' but ever so slightly cooler. The consistency is great though, really creamy and nourishing.
I've been using the Pro Formula Fresh Skin Brightening Face Scrub with Grapefruit and Cranberry from Tesco of all places, and I've got to say, it's great. In my experience, supermarket own brands aren't great for skin or body care, but this smells amazing and exfoliates gently, all for only £2.99.
Surprise, surprise, a vampy nail polish. So unlike me, I know! New Look True Cool nail polish in the shade 'Chocolate' is a browny-burgundy and the formula is great, really quick drying and opaque. I've seem very little about this beauty collection on the blosephere, but their nail polishes are amazing for only £2.99.
A basic but a great one at that, Nivea's Essential Care. I always smother my lips at night before I go to bed and this is my balm of choice at the moment. I don't a have much to say about it other than it does exactly what you want a lip balm to do.
Back the start of the month, I spent a few days in Liverpool to celebrate my 24th birthday. I'd never been before and am always love seeing new places, especially cities. It was nothing like how I pictured it but I had a fantastic few days. Loads of fantastic places to visit and lovely people too - most of which make Glaswegians seem quiet!
A film favourite for this month would need to be Prozac Nation. It's one I've wanted to see for ages and when I finally got Netflix in January and spotted it on there, I knew this was finally my chance. It's based on the novel by and is a really true account of living with mental health issues. The on screen relationship between Christina Ricci and Jessica Lange is fantastically well portrayed and I really recommend it if you enjoyed the book.