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BEAUTY REVIEWS, VINTAGE FINDS & OTHER BEAUTIFUL THINGS

June Favorites

Much loved (and very worn) June Favorites!

Pureology Pure Volume Shampoo: I absolutely love this shampoo and will definitely keep buying it.  It’s taking me months to get through this giant bottle.  It’s from the pink range for fine, color-treated hair and I love the way by hair styles after I use it.  Pureology is also a vegan brand.  Available in salons and Ulta.

Ojon Dry Recovery Revitalizing Moisture Mist: My hair has been drinking this up this summer.  It’s meant to rehydrate and detangle so you use it right out of the shower but you can also use it throughout the day on dry hair when it needs a little moisture.  I’ve been spraying it on my ends throughout the day.  Smells great, love it.  Available at Sephora and Ulta.

Glow Lotion by Soap & Glory: Unfortunately you can only get this body lotion in Canada or the UK.  I’ve been using it nearly every day this summer.  You can catch my review here.

Embryolisse Concentrated Lait Cream: My all time favorite day cream.  It’s lightweight and hydrating, just what my skin needs in the summer.  Available online, check out my review here.

Ceramic Slip Cleanser by Sunday Riley: This was a wonderful find!  I tried it on a whim and I am impressed.  It’s a very interesting product.  It’s a clay cleanser that’s supposed to detoxify and minimize pores.  I can’t really tell if it’s doing that but I love using it and like the results.  It also contains black pepper!  Available online at Sephora and Cult Beauty.

Show Off Lip Lacquer by Rimmel: Love the texture of this lip color.  I’ve been wearing this pinky shade in Nova.  Available in drugstores.

Bioderma Photoderm SPF 60 Sunscreen: One of my favorite sunscreens.  I have a few favorites.  This works well under makeup and provides substantial protection.  SPF 50 is available online.

Youthmud Tinglexfoliate Treatment by GlamGlow: Wow!  A super fantastic mask and exfoliator quickly attaining cult status.  It contains volcanic rock and lots of wonderful plant extracts + clay.  Available at Sephora.

Atopalm Moisturising Cleansing Wipes: I found these wipes on clearance at Ulta and fell in love with them.  They are big, thick, and smell great.  I don’t use wipes to remove makeup.  I kept them in my handbag.  Love them.  It’s a UK brand designed for sensitive and sun damaged skin.  I don’t see them at Ulta any longer but they can be found on Amazon.

Skin Food Rice Mask Wash Off: I’m back to this rice mask.  It’s so refreshing and I’ve been using it loads this month.  Check out my full review here.

Step-By-Step Contour Kit by Smashbox: I’ve been using this palette all month.  This contour kit comes with a dark contour shade that suits my fair skin plus a bronzer and highlighter.  I also like that it comes with a mirror and brush, great for travel.  Available at Sephora.

Pixi Correction Concentrate in Brightening Peach: My everyday corrector.  This is a great little product.  The peachy tone cancels out dark circles yet it’s very brightening and creamy.  Available at Target and seems to last forever.

Maybelline Fit Me Concealer: I’ve been using this along with the corrector, a very nice concealer.  Creamy and has great coverage.  Available at drugstores.

FRESH Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15 in Sugar Petal: I’ve been using this loads and trying to keep it from melting in the heat.  It’s so moisturizing and creamy, it practically melts right onto the lips.  I also love the sweet, citrus flavor and scent.  Available at Sephora.

Mosaic Powder Blush by NYX: I have the shade Dare which I couldn’t find online but here are some others.  I like the texture of this bronzer/blusher.  I’m bummed mine broke but I’m still using it loads.  Available wherever NYX is sold.

Glam Eye Shadow Quad by Rimmel: I’ve loved this tiny palette this month as I’ve been doing a lot of traveling.  I usually mix the purple and brown together or use them on their own.  I have “Crown Jewels.”  Available at drugstores.

Found this little folk art piece at Tora Mata in Washington, DC.  A cool little art store if you’re in the area.

 

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