My absolute favourite from the month of June has to be the book "The fault in our stars". I know this is not the original cover, and that is because it's not in english. This is the portuguese version of it (which I really enjoyed by the way). I really wanted the english version, but my mum wanted to read it as well and she doesn't understand English (just a little bit), so that is why. I've also seen the movie and it's of course my favourite of the month as well, it is simply amazing and I cried a lot at the cinema and had to use five tissues ahah.
The next favourite now related to beauty is this blender sponge, foundation sponge or whatever you call it that my mum bought me. I've heard a lot of good things about it and I've been really enjoying using this. Mainly because even if I exaggerate a little bit on the foundation, this blends everything out and absorbs the excess of product which I think it's really nice to prevent my face to look cakey.
1-TRESemmé Diamente heat protectant
2- TRESemmé treatment for split ends
3- Garnier makeup remover
The first one is the TRESemmé's heat protectant which I use every time I curl or straight my hair and it really helps protecting my hair from the heat preventing it from damage.
The second product is a treatment/cream for split ends. My hair tends to get split ends very easily and it's also really dry, so this helps reducing the dryness and my hair also looks and feels more healthy and soft. I also just apply a tiny bit on the ends.
Now the last one is my makeup remover from Garnier. What I like the most about it is that it is super fresh and minty and after you use it your face feels really, really soft. It also removes all the makeup and I really like it!
That's it for my favourites of the month of June, I hope you enjoyed reading this even tho it was a little bit on the short side. It would mean the world if you could share this, follow me or leave a comment down below telling me your favourites or simply a thought! Thank you. x
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