At the risk of sounding like some kind of blogger cliche; where on earth has the past month gone? My February BBWB post has come around incredibly quickly, but I really have stumbled across some amazing new reads over the past 30 days - plus a couple that have been firm favourites for a while...
I feel like I'm slightly late to the party having only just been introduced to Zara's blog, MouldyFruit. A must read for any makeup fiend, it's a little corner of the internet that I've frequently found myself getting lost in over the past couple of weeks. I'm ridiculously in love with Zara's collection of haircare, skincare and cosmetics and, having jotted up a wishlist longer than my arm, I think it's safe to say that MF will be a favourite of mine for a long time to come.
I stumbled upon Catherine's blog Lady Liquor Vintage during a #bbloggers chat a couple of weeks ago and it's quickly become one that I check up on daily. It's lovely to find a blogger with such a similar taste in products to myself as I really feel that I can relate to Catherine's posts, plus I can confirm that the lady herself is pretty lovely too. With gorgeous photogrpahy and a blog design that I'm incredibly envious of, I'm really glad that I found this little corner of the internet, albeit a little disappointed that I didn't come across it sooner.
The Makeup Times is one of those blogs that I've been following ever since I can remember. Hannah Louise's page definitely classes as one that deserves far more praise than it gets, with well written posts and beautiful photographs to boot. It's one of those reads that I drop everything for as soon as I see a new post appear on my bloglovin feed; and I can't think of higher praise than that!
My newest find of the lot is Succhisimples, written by the (ridiculously) beautiful Kristina. I've fallen pretty hard for this blog, not least because it's so professional looking and well thought out. Kristina's posts are as varied as they are thoughtful and informative and she writes incredibly well, too. Definitely one not to be missed.