June Beauty Favourites


Hey everyone!

Wow, we're already halfway 2015, can you believe that? That means it's time for my June beauty favourites!

The first item is this gorgeous The Balm Autobalm California Driver Licence palette. A full review on this one is going up next week. It's basically the perfect compact all-in palette and great for traveling. The colours are just my thing and I've been using it all the time!

The next item is my beloved Chanel Jardin De Chanel blush, which is too beautiful to use all the time but the flowers are still visible. It's a lovely pinky shade with a hint of the darker colour in it for that extra pop of glam. It smells of roses too, so that's another reason why I have loved this so much. This was limited edition for the Spring 15 collection so unfortunately it's not available anymore. Maybe if you're lucky, you can still find it somewhere! It's an absolute gem!

I've seen a lot of white eyeliner-trend articles in a couple of magazines and I really want to try it out for a bit. I'm using my Mac Eye Kohl pencil in the shade Fascinating for my waterline now, I've not been adventurous enough to use it as an actual eyeliner on my upper lash line.

I've been enjoying my Maybelline Lash Sensational mascara a lot. I've written a whole post on this one last week, you can check it out here. It holds my curl so well and it doesn't smudge at all. Love it!

I want to include two tools as well, something I rarely rave about. The first one is the Eyeko eyelash curler which I got for free in a UK magazine (and I can't even remember which one). It's one with blue velvet, which I think was a special edition. I just like this one a lot, I don't know why people always say they prefer a certain eyelash curler because I can't imagine there being a lot of difference between them. I just like this one and I've been using it every day.

Last but certainly not least is my beloved Real Techniques Setting brush. I have two of them now and I use one for highlighting my cheekbones with powder highlighter and one for setting my undereye concealer with a powder. This brush is perfect for both jobs and I love that it's not too big so it fits perfectly in the corners of my under eye area.

What have you been loving this month? Let me know in the comments!

Lots of love,


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