July Favourites

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July is done and dusted and has seen me through quite a few countries and quite a few delayed journeys. Nevertheless I have managed to discover new and old favourites. I'm just praying August comes with a little more sun!

Collection Speedy Highlighter in Pearl £3.99

This product has featured in a few of my blog posts and that's because ever since I bought it, it surely deserves to be! It is the perfect pearl colour that isn't too shiny. The two main reasons I use it every single day are that it's super quick and you don't need any brushes or applicators to apply it. This saved me bags of time in Dublin when we were rushed for time before our concerts.

Next White Amber Perfume £

This was included in the gift bags we handed out at the Next press launch, which I was lucky enough to get. I cannot find this online, so I assume it will become available nearer Christmas. Apart from being handbag-friendly, it smells floral but not overpowering, the perfect daily scent. I hope they release it soon- I'm running out fast!

Sally Hansen Double Duty Base Coat £5.25

Sadly, this is almost all gone! A definite re-purchase of mine is the Sally Hansen Double Duty varnish. It acts as a base and top coat and makes my life so much easier when taking off old nail varnish. The thickness is also spot on, and enables me to create smooth nails, instead of the cheap, bumpy looking nails I've had in the past.

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-One Pencil in Perversion £15.50

I still can't believe Urban Decay sent me this. Thank you thank you again UD team! This liner does what it says on the tin. It is easy to use and 'glides on' like a dream. If you are crap at getting the wing on fleek (I really shouldn't use that old joke), take advice from one crap winged liner drawer to another and get this.

Nuxe Dry Oil Huile Prodigieuse £28

My Mum receives the YouBeauty box and gave this to me. I don't know why because it is amazing, so thanks Mum and you're missing out! It repairs skin and hair of all types and in all places. I've been using it two ways. One is on my chest, I just rub it in to take care of the area I feel I neglect the most and has burnt a fair few times in the past. The other is adding a drop to my foundation, which makes it easier for my foundation to glide (I do like that word in this post, don't I) on my skin.

MAC Lipstick in Ruby Woo £15.50

Ah MAC, you manage to make it into my favourites quite often, don't you. This iconic lipstick has helped my lips stand out on stage when we performed in Dublin. It is my favourite red lipstick of all time, timeless and classic.

What have you been loving this July?

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