2017 June favourites

How are we already half way through the year? I have no idea. Anyway it has come
to that time of the month where I share my favourites of the month with you. This month
 has been very makeup heavy, mainly palette heavy ... woops!

Hearing the word rose gold you definetly wouldn't put that with a dry shampoo. However it is my
favourite scent that Batiste have released. It is described as a pretty and delicate scent which is the perfect way to describe it, but it also has a sweet scent that smells that good that you could eat it! If you have never tried out Batiste dry shampoo, then I highly recommend that you do as it is the best
dry shampoo I have used. This absorbs the excess oils in your hair super quick without making your hair feel tacky or leaving a white residue in your hair. Plus the packaging is gorgeous!!

If you have read my blog post about my first designer purchase then you will know that I mentioned about wanting to return the card holder for a coin purse, which I decided to do. This month I have
been loving it as my normal purse doesn't fit in the cross body bag that I use when I go out. So this coin purse holds the essential cards that I need and a small amount of cash which is perfect. It is lightweight and doesn't take up hardly any room in my bag, and it is great for running errands!

If any of you have been reading my blog for a while then you might know that I love the Loreal lumi magique primer, but after running out of it I didn't repurchase it. I forgot how much I missed it until I repurchased it last month. This is the perfect texture that isn't too thick and heavy but actually makes your makeup last longer whilst adding a glowy illuminated look to the skin.

This month I have bought so many palettes, in fact I've bought 5 ... oops! For such a long time I've been hearing amazing reviews about palettes from Morphe. I was browsing the website and came across the copper spice and bronzed mocha eye shadow palette bundle for only $33.98 which coverts to £26.53 which works out at around £13 each which is incredible. I haven't been this blown away with the pigmentation from a makeup product in such a long time. With only one swatch of the shimmer shades from the copper spice palette I was hooked. Full review coming soon.

This month Urban Decay announced the release of a new naked palette - NAKED HEAT. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to order it, but was sad when I found out that the release wasn't until the end of July. That was until Urban Decay did a 1 day flash sale of the palette. If you follow me on Twitter than you might know that I had a bit of a polava getting my hands of this. I obviously managed to do so and it quickly became one of my favourite ever palettes! Full review coming soon.


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