Best In Beauty | June

I actually can't believe it's nearly the end of June, the month literally flew by! Anyway it's time for me to share my products that have really stood out to me this month.

Urban Decay Naked Skin One and Done | £28 | Review

The weather has been incredible for parts of the month so I've been looking for a base that isn't going to melt half way through the day. And I'd completely forgotton how much I love this one from Urban Decay. Even though this is described as a hybrid tinted moisturiser the coverage is far better, I'd say it was medium easily! The finish is satin and it looks very natural on the skin. Plus it's super long lasting and it withstood the crazy heat wave we've had in the UK.

Beauty Pie Illuminating Drops | £22

If you read my BeautyPie Whats The Deal post you'll know I'm not crazy about the concept. But I do have a second post coming because I've been testing loads of their stuff and I really like these illuminating drops. I use them as a highlighter. And boy do these highlight! It gives a real sheen, almost wet look to the skin but it somehow looks really natural. The formula is very liquidy but it doesn't disturb my base makeup at all. I use this after I've applied my base but before powder. They last all day and are perfect for summer!

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette | £39.50

I haven't had this long but it's they are the only eyeshadows I've been reaching for since I got it! I love warm tones and I don't have anything much warmer than this in my collection. The shadows themselves are butter soft, highly pigmented and perform well on the lids. I can't get enough of it. Read my full review with alternatives here.

The Ordinary AHA & BHA Peeling Solution | £6.50

I'm pretty sure I featured this in last months Best of Beauty but anyway I really love this stuff! It's a scary Red liquid that is left on for 10 mins to chemically exfoliate the skin. It lifts away dead skin cells to leave skin looking fresher, more radiant and younger. And this really works! After removing it my skin is so much softer, smoother and more glowying. Plus this is dirt cheap!

Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist | £18

My skin has been so dry recently so I've been loving this mist. It's packed with hydrating ingredients. It can also be used as a setting spray or primer but I personally love it as a skin care item. I use it after I've cleansed my face and throughout the day whenever I walk past it! It instantly hydrates and makes my skin and makeup look a lot fresher.

NUXE Huile Prodigieuse Oil | £29 | REVIEW

A bodycare item I've been loving is this oil from Nuxe. It's a light weight hydrating oil that can be used all over the body. It instantly absorbs into the skin leaving it soft and smooth. Plus it smells amazing too.

Stilla McCartney Stilla Fragrance* | £60

I'm so funny when it comes to perfumes and scents. Most give me a headache or make me feel like my throat is closing up so I tend to avoid most, especially expensive ones. But when I was kindly scent this one I was pleasantly surprised that this doesn't have any bad side affects and smells amazing. It has Rose notes too but not like your typical Rose scent, it has Amber in it to to give it twist. So it's not to girly! It just smells really nice.

So that's everything that made it into the 'Best in Beauty' this month.

Have your tried any of these? What are your thoughts?

Until next time...

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