Hair and body products
N-Spa fruit pomegranate and butter milk shower sorbet - this is my favourite shower gel of the moment - I love the colour and I love the smell of this - it's cheap too so a total winner. I blogged about this range here.
Marc Jacobs Tropical Splash - certainly my most spritzed fragrance in June. I got this in the delicious Kumquat scent, and although it's a 'splash' it's much longer lasting than I expected. I blogged about this here.
Bumble and Bumble Sunday Shampoo - I ordered this towards the end of the month together with a new bottle of my previous favourite for greasiness - the Redken scalp detox - as I'd heard good things about this clarifying shampoo. You're supposed to use it once a week, but I've been using it every day as my hair is responding so well to it. I'll do a full review on this after I've used it a bit longer.
Ginerva marvel gel* - the best thing I've ever used to combat blackheads on the nose (eww) - review coming soon.
L'Occitane Angelica Hydration face mist* - the smell of this is amazing and I spritz it on my face far more than is necessary just so that I can take another sniff. Full review here.
Estee Lauder Double Wear and Double Wear Maximum - there was something up with my skin earlier this month, so I decided I needed t return to some trusted products until I figured out what was making me break-out. Somehow this led to me spending money I didn't have on not one but two new Estee Lauder foundations - I knew my skin got on well with double wear and decided to get double wear maximum to use as a concealer. I think I may have found the my holy grail combo! I reviewed double wear before here, but I'm going to do an updated review with my new shade and the maximum.
Real Techniques buffing brush - new love for this brush this month as it is the perfect tool for applying my double wear foundation. There's a review on the full set this is a part of, here.
MAC MSF natural - I have a confession... I didn't like this. There I said it - I didn't like MAC MSF - cue gasps of horror. I haven't mentioned this on my blog before (I don't think), despite having owned it for probably more than a year. I couldn't seem to figure out how to apply it to get the right results, and it made some of my foundations look cakey. I don't know why, but with my new double wear foundation combination, this is the perfect finishing touch and I'm now converted!
MAC Painterly paint pot - boring I know, same as last month, but I use it nearly every day!
Olay Total effects 7 signs moisturiser - as I mentioned earlier, there was something making my skin break out, so as well as going back to a trusted foundation, I re-purchased a moisturiser that has always served me well too.
Paul & Joe blush in Nymph* - I've been really into pink cheeks and lips in June. This blush is such a delicate candy pink and it's really buildable. I blogged about the range here but need to get some swatches of this blush done too.
Lip products (and another blush)
Vivo baked blush in peaches and cream - how this ended up with the lip products I just don't know - I wear it on my cheeks, honest. This is a lovely glowy blush - it's a rich warm peach shade with just the right amount of shimmer - no heavy glitter or anything like that.
Look Beauty lipstick in baby doll - I think this lippie caused my pink obsession this month. It's a bright candy pink, but it's really easy to wear. I need to swatch all of my Look Beauty lipsticks and blog them soon.
MUA love hearts lip balm in sugar lips* - I got back into using this love hearts lip balm this month as it goes really well over a pink lipstick for a softer look and for easy touch ups when it's not convenient to apply lipstick. I love the smell of these too, and they're not sticky.
Are any of these your favourites?
Are any of these your favourites?
*Some of these products were PR samples