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Review of month March

April 01, 2018

Hi everyone!

Happy Easter to everyone who celebrates!

As you see, today I'm writing some kind of review of month March. That means I'm going to show you what I've done, bought, or tried during the previous 30 days. Post is pure randomness, so I hope you will relax and enjoy reading this one. Let's start!

1) Songs I was addicted to

Some of these songs are really old, but I listened to them all the time. It doesn't matter when song is published If the melody is good. Anyway, generally, there's not bad music. This is my playlist for March.

2) Changes

There wasn't some special changes, except I colored my hair. Now, I'm pure black! My previous and nature hair color was dark brown, but I wanted to try something new. I'm satisfied with new look, but I miss my old color, It was perfect match with my "olive" skin, I thing It looks better with brown hair. However, I like this color too.

This is not my photo, but hair color is same 

3) Makeup

I tried Maybelline Fit Me  matte foundation. I love this foundation! I feel like it glides on quite smoothly as the foundation is quite a runny formula so I apply it with my fingers as I find it blends better with my fingers than using a brush. I even prefer using my fingers than using my beauty blender and that says a lot! I have oily skin so I can say that this foundation is absolutely great for this type of skin. It is not perfect but for Its price is really, really good.
I think it leaves quite a nice finish and definitely gives the dewy, nude/naked skin look. I love it, so definitely go for this foundation if you want a no-makeup look. It doesn't look cakey and blends seamlessly into your skin.

4) Clothes

Well, I bought just one piece of clothes in March. That's this 'Rock Star' shirt which I adore.

5) Book

I've read "Père Goriot" ("Father Goriot") by Honoré de Balzac. Author carefully shows us how in Père Goriot a wealthy merchant's passion has grown and has overwhelmed him. From then on, the old man lives only for his daughters, adding sacrifice to sacrifice, bleeding himself of his money and of his life, and, when finally there remains nothing to give, he withers and dies. The novel takes place during the Bourbon Restoration, which brought profound changes to French society; the struggle by individuals to secure a higher social status is a major theme in the book. The city of Paris also impresses itself on the characters – especially young Rastignac, who grew up in the provinces of southern France. Balzac analyzes, through Goriot and others, the nature of family and marriage, providing a pessimistic view of these institutions. 

March wasn't especially interesting month for me, but I can recommend you these few things I tried. 
I hope you enjoyed reading. :)


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