It’s that good old time again when I sit down and write about my monthly favourites. Although I said I wanted to change my blog content to feature more individual products, I will always have the time of day to write about what I’ve been loving throughout the month. This month it has been a fairly low-key makeup month, my LVL lashes are still going strong and the weather has been pretty damn warm, so I’ve been less about piling the makeup on. But as always I do have a few favourites.
This post has been sponsored by Sand & Sky but this has not affected my opinions.
I’m a little face mask obsessed and rarely a week goes by without me reaching for at least one. However, I’m also in a bit of a face mask rut, and there are three or four masks I use and that’s pretty much it. So I’m always excited to try some new ones and today I’m trialling the Sand & Sky Brilliant Skin Pink Clay Mask. It claims to detoxify, invigorate, refine and brighten in just ten minutes and is full of natural Australian ingredients to get the job done. I’m a big fan of clay masks so I had high expectations for this one, and let’s just say it didn’t disappoint.
This month I’ve actually started using a fair new amount of skincare products, and that’s pretty much all because of a not so little The Ordinary haul. As always I thought I’d report back on how I’ve been getting on with throughout the month as they’ve all had a fair testing, plus sharing a couple extras I’ll be using throughout July.
Last month I declared that I wanted to share the blogging love a little bit more and started a new series of blog posts which caught my eye. Well, I haven’t forgotten about it, all month I’ve been saving my favourite posts with this post in mind, and today has come the day that I’m going to share some of my favourites. Not only are all three of these owners of some of my favourite blogs, but they’re also some of my favourite bloggers too – all such nice girls. So let’s take a look at what caught my eye throughout June.
This post has been sponsored by NN Inspirational Gifts.
When I was younger, I developed a slight fear of candles and I’m sure it’s because my family always had tonnes burning and I was convinced our house would go up in flames. Thankfully, as the years have gone by that fear has gone and now I’m mildly obsessed with them. Nothing makes me feel more zen than a lit candle especially if it has a gorgeous scent to fragrance my whole house. I’m always on the lookout for new candles so when I was contacted to try a trio of candles I was pretty damn happy.