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June Beauty Favourites

A very small favourites post this month as I've not seen many new products recently *sobs* but I've still managed to find some really great things none the less! All products are new discoveries and have been my most reached for in the month of June. As per usual, everything is very much affordable to suit my little budget.

I've been using this quite a bit throughout June to get a review on it (you can read that here). It's a really good affordable option for those looking for a natural-matte finish base but don't quite require the full coverage. I like how weightless it feels on the skin but also manages to last all day with minimal touch ups - a perfect everyday foundation if you ask me!

Sephora Colorful Powder Blush in 'Shame on you!'
I picked this up while I was in Venice as I was eager to try something from Sephora's own brand. In the end I left with a singular shadow as well as this perfect dusky-pink blush. It's completely matte which I love - I don't like how shimmery blushes bring out the texture on your skin. This is extremely pigmented and I have to use a really light hand with it, but it's super soft and has a beautiful finish.

I was very kindly gifted this oil back in May for review along with some other goodies. This was a stand out product for me and I've since been using it almost every evening in my skincare routine. The smell is so natural and soothing, with a subtle lavender scent. I never thought I'd get on with oils but this has been so nourishing and even helped to clear up my skin as well. It can also be used on hair which is useful for when my hair is feeling or looking a little dry. I highly recommend this product if your skin and hair is in need of a little tlc - you can also use my code CALLY20 for 20% off!

E.l.f Cosmetics Baked Highlighter in 'Moonlight Pearls'
I've probably used this for at least 25 out of the 30 days in June. It's the perfect shade for fair skin like mine, but still looks good when I have a tan too. It comes with a strange layer on top which doesn't give off any product, but once you get through it, it's silky smooth and has a natural radiance to it. It's not the brightest highlighter in the world but I like that - especially for everyday wear.

What have you been loving this month?

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