June Favourites 2016

I say this every month, so instead of being the cliché how is it June already- I am going to actually jump straight into the products, that you are here to read.

I don’t actually have a massive amounts of products this month; I put that down to being glued to my computer, or text books (did I mention I graduated from UNI?) or stuck to a heart monitor in bed poorly, so haven’t actually been able to get out the house much and experience all these new products.

That being said, I do have a few goodies that did make it onto my list.

AND we have to start with the new S’mores Frappuccino’s from Starbucks. I don’t care if it’s the banana caramel one, or the chocolate marshmallow. As long as its got lots of fluffy cream, some gooey sticky sauce and that amazing s’mores mixture I am a happy bunny. I have been obsessed with these badboys all month. And I know they are packed full of sugar and fat and calories, but they are also packed full of happiness, and rainbows and sunshine and that is all that counts.

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Swiftly moving onto another consumable favourite of mine this month, and it has to be the new flavours from Drench. The pear and blueberry one in particular. I used to hate Drench juice. They used to make me even more thirsty due to their strong juicy flavour. (I guess that’s how they get their money from you), but I saw this new flavour one day and just impulse brought it, and enjoyed every sip- and have since reached for them every time I need a juice hit. Well done Drench. You have grown up and redeemed yourself.

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The next badboy that made its way onto my June Faves list has to be this totes adorbs tee from Primark. It has a cute little taco and a pun on it, whats not to love? I did have to buy a size 2 sizes bigger than my normal size, as they come up ridiculously small- but its worth it. Look how happy he is. And I also got to meet my culinary hero at the taste of London this year in it- so its a win/win all round.

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The last three products on my list are actually lipsticks. I know right? What has happened to the novice lipstick scardy cat, that was donning the lipglosses at the beginning of the year. She, too has grown up. And I am completely in love with three different styles and colours.

The velvet matte lip crayon from Primark in the shade blush was another impulse buy. I literally just picked it up while standing in a que and love it. Its simple to use, its got a larger tip than a standard crayon and just creates this smooth, matte finish. The colour is perfect for those quick natural makeup days, and super simple to apply for top-ups throughout the day. It is a 9/10 for me. And for only £2 its definitely one you need to invest in- even if you just use it as a base coat under another more sleek finish lipstick.

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Which is what I do on days I want to amp it up a little bit- a little bit of this gorgeous The Body Shop nude little beauty. I actually brought this a couple of years ago (and it looks like they have since redeveloped the product and can now be found under their colour crush line- nude allure) and instantly fell in love with not only the colour and finish on the lipstick, but its beautiful rose gold and metallic packaging. I have since re-found my love for it, on top of a matte pencil or on its own. It creates a beautiful brown undertoned finish with a slight hint of matte.

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My last lipstick that I have found and love- has to be the Rimmel lasting finish in the shade Heartbreaker. It’s completely different to any colour I would normally wear, but I seriously feel sassy AF in it. Its a deep pink, with a reddish purple undertone and slides on perfectly. Plus it also smells fantastic. Which I absolutely adore in lipsticks. It also does what it says on the tin- and lasts all day. I even managed to shovel down my porridge and honey this morning without it budging.

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So that’s it on the product favourite front this month.

What have you been loving?

amanda BOOTES




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