Wednesday, 13 July 2016

June Favourites

June has past and what a quick month it has been. This month I've been loving a few new products as well as some old goodies. One makeup piece I've been in-love with this month is the new L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion foundation. This has such a lightweight feeling on the skin but gives me a really high coverage. It is so creamy and easy to blend across the face and lasts for a really long time on my skin. I have a first impressions tutorial of this foundation on my YouTube channel (check it out here) as well as this blog post. I have been loving this so much lately and I think it has to be one of my favourite purchase of this year, so far! One other product I want to quickly mention is the gorgeous Carli Bybel palette from BH Cosmetics. This is a palette I've had for a little while now but I've just recently been loving it again because of its really intense highlighting shades. Lately I've gotten into wearing a lot more highlighter and this has to be my favourite shades so far. The four larger pans in the palette are the highlighting shades which are a mix of gold, bronze and pink pearlescents. I particularly like the two shades in the middle of the 4 (in a row). I mix these two together and sweep it lightly across my cheekbones to give them a pop.    

I filmed a video below on all the other products I've been loving along with some of my music favourites of the month. Please check it out and Subscribe to my YouTube channel here


Products Shown 

L'OREAL Nude Magique Cushion shop

L'OREAL Brow Artist Plumper shop

HD BROWS EYE & BROWS KIT shop

SIGMA Cup Holder  shop 

SIGMA E30 Pencil Brush  shop

SIGMA E25 Blending Brush shop 

SIGMA E15 Flat Definer Brush  shop 

CARLI BYBEL BH COSMETICS Palette shop

DEBORAH LIPPMANN Nail Polish 'My Boyfriend's Back' shop 


What have you been loving in June and suggest I used try? Leave me a comment!

Thank you for reading

xo, Jodie
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