Wishful Thinking: March


These are the products responsible for making me swoon. What have you guys been wanting the chance to try?

Metta Skincare Vanilla Body Butter
This comes in both vanilla and lavender, but I am a sucker for anything vanilla. This brand has been gaining attention lately, including mine. The simple, nourishing ingredient list is lovely too.

StillLife Wild Heart
This scent is described as “floral, brassy, & fresh with notes of rose, geranium, jasmine & wood“, and is one of Kimberly’s favorite perfumes. I’ve been expirementing with fragrances more and this one seems divine.

Josh Rosebrook Active Enzyme Exfoliator
Lately, my skin has been more reactive than fluorine. With a plethora of healing ingredients such as honey, echinacea, calendula, willow bark, gota kola, and brightening fruit enzymes, this exfoliant will whip skin into shape. Expect brighter, smoother, and clearer skin.

Gabriel Cosmetics Lipstick in Pomegranate
A gorgeous red hue that I’m certain to easily become addicted to. This brand has been popping up on my blog and wishlist more often lately and this definitely is near the top of it. See it in Britanie’s stunning look.

Shiro Cosmetics eyeshadow in A Push in the Right Direction
Described as a deep dark brown-black with blue duchrome, this eyeshadow is an avant-garde update to classic black. I love how pigmented this looks and I can imagine how beautiful and flattering it would be as an eyeliner.

5 thoughts on “Wishful Thinking: March

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  2. I would love to try the Active Enzyme Exfoliator from Josh Rosebrook! I’m using the Cacao Antioxidant Mask currently, and if that’s any indicator, I’m sure the Enzyme Exfoliator will be brilliant 🙂 Hearing a lot about Metta all over blogosphere right now! Definitely seems to be having a moment… xx


    • Thank you! Their products have been raved about for their creamy formulas that are a dream to use and nourishing results. I’d love to hear your thoughts if you do end up trying them.


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