June favourites

Well hello to you my reader chums! June has been one of my favourite months this year. The past few weeks have been packed with concerts, holidays and birthday celebrations so there wasn't many free moments. However, over that time I've discovered a few favourites I can't wait to share with you.

Here's a look at my June favourites..

June favourites

Tartelette in bloom palette

Tartelette palette in bloom

I've been lusting over this palette for a while now and when visiting New York, I had to pick up this beauty in Sephora. I believe is was around the $46 mark and honestly worth every single penny. I'm incredibly impressed with the palette overall, the colours are intensely pigmented, they blend/layer well and are buttery soft to apply. I love the different tones available in this palette, how you go from creams, pinks, coppers, browns to purples and a staple black. It offers the variety for a simple everyday nude eye look or an intense copper, smoky eye. Each colour especially the gold and copper tones really bring out my blue eyes. If you're in America and are able to get your hands on this palette, I 100% would. Versatility, lasting power and stunning shades, it has my vote.

Sleek's highlighting palette in Cleopatra's kiss

Sleek's Cleopatra Kiss highlighting palette

I'm a massive fan of Sleek's face products including their bronzers, blushes and highlighters as they're always insanely good quality. This new highlighting palette lived up to every expectation. Compared to Sleek's 'Solstice' palette, I'd say the 'Cleopatra kiss' is created more for summer time with its gold and bronze tones, working better with tanned skin. My favourite combination has to be the bottom two shades, a creamy intense highlight paired with a slightly bronze toned champagne powder highlight. The top two shades are too bronze toned for my skin and would work better for someone with a darker complexion. Highly pigmented, beautiful shimmer shades and gorgeous packaging, I have so much love for this palette.

Urban Decay's all nighter spray

Urban Decay's all -nighter spray

All of us beauty bloggers can admit, the Urban Decay all-nighter spray has been hyped for a very long time. I finally got my hands on it at Christmas time but for some reason never put it in one of my favourite posts. I love this spray; not only is it a refreshing spritz after you've applied your make up, but I've genuinely noticed a big difference for lasting-power. My makeup seems to cling on for that extra bit longer when I use this product. You only need a few sprays and it'll do the job!

South Beach sunglasses

South beach sunglasses

As I wear glasses on a day-to-day basis, in the summer it's lovely to change up to contact lenses and rock a pair of sunglasses. My new obsessions are these South Beach sunnies I found on ASOS for £12. They've been my go to for every summer outfit accessory and worked wonders on holiday. I'm in love with the rose gold frames and mirrored lenses; they're very Instagram worthy.

Events

June has been filled to the brim with exciting plans and I'm blessed to have experienced it all in the last few weeks. From Shawn Mendes concert, my boyfriend's leavers ball, a Malta holiday, turning 21, singing my heart out to Robbie Williams and dinner plans plus the many BBQs, summer has certainly started.

I hope you enjoyed my June favourites! Which products have you been enjoying this past month?

Thank you for reading <3

6 comments

  1. That Tarte palette is gorgeous! I have similar sunnies to those:)

    Emily xo
    www.emilynewstead.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Isn't it?! Yay we can be twins ;) xx

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  2. I really want to try a Sleek highlighting palette, everybody seems to talk about these, and rave about them!xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

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  3. That Tate palette has been on my want list for ages now, it looks stunning! X

    Kate// itskaterose.com

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    1. It's definitely worth the splurge! xx

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