Charles Worthington Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray – This is the ultimate summer hair product; I love having natural wind-swept waves, sometimes I want to be able to wash my hair, leave it to dry naturally, without the fuss of heat styling products. This salt spray has a really light formula and is designed to enhance natural waves and curls, add texture and extra volume for the surfer chic look that can usually only be achieved from the salty water, wind and sand after a day at the beach!
Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Deep Moisture Body Milk – I was initially attracted to this product because of the retro milkshake packaging, very 1950’s! The consistency of the body milk is thicker than you might expect but the richer formula, once absorbed, leaves your skin feeling soft, smooth and completely hydrated, so I love using it in the summer to protect my skin from drying out. Even better, the scent is a delicious mix of Almonds, Brown Sugar, Vanilla and Oats, literally heaven in a bottle! They actually have to put a warning that THIS IS NOT FOOD on the bottle, just in case you’re tempted. The sweet scent lingers on your skin for a couple of hours too.
Maybelline New York (148 Summer Pink) Lipstick – I have been reaching for this lipstick all throughout June, it’s a lovely bright pink, fun, summer shade, which adds a ‘pop’ to all of my outfits. Click here to read a full review of this product.
AA Skincare Seaweed & Aloe Refreshing Eye Gel – This has been my skincare wonder product, even though it’s a great make-up remover, I love using the gel in the morning as it really helps me to wake up and feel refreshed! Click here to read a full review of this product.
E.L.F. Cosmetics 100 Piece Marble Eyeshadow Palette – As you can see, these shadows have taken quite a hit over the last month! If you can’t have fun with colour in the summer, when can you?! The shades are a mix of mattes, shimmers and marbles with colours for every outfit! The lightest shades are great as a base or highlight, the medium shades are perfect for the entire lid or in the creases, and the darkest shades help to define and create a smoky look. It might not be the smallest of palettes to travel with but at least you know that you’ll have everything that you’ll ever need in an eyeshadow all under one roof (or palette)!
What would your star product be for June? Which of my monthly favourites are your favourites?