I know everyone says it, but can you believe we are already in June? Time is going so fast. I haven't done a favourites post in so long, too long so I thought I would put one together.. 

First on my list is the Antipodes Aura Mask (here £22.99). This mask is gorgeous, it has made a real difference in the condition of my skin. I have gone from getting multiple blemishes a day to barely any at all. I think this mask has played a real part in helping keep my acne at bay and skin looking healthy. Another skincare favourite is my Cetaphil Cleanser (here £8.35). This has been another thing I am pretty sure has helped clear up my acne. This has been perfect for my sensitive skin and has really contributed to keeping my skin feeling and looking good. If you have sensitive/blemish prone skin I would definitely recommend both of these products.

As for nails I have been loving my nude shades. A selection includes: Rimmel Kate Soul Session (here £4.49), Essie Tying the Knotie (here only £2.99!) and Nails Inc Colville Mews (here from £10). All three of these products are different nudes, they all last at least 3 days on my nails (I don't use a top coat however I do use a base coat everytime), and they are all perfect for summer. 

This past month I have been using my Naked Smokey Palette (here £38.50) pretty much everyday, it is just stunning. A few of my favourite shades are High, Radar and Password, which I think are gorgeous for everyday use. I have also been obsessed with my Zoeva Brow Brush (here £8.00), this is just perfect! I don't know how I survived for so long without it. I use it with the Maybelline Colour Tattoo in Permenant Taupe (here £4.99), which is a great match for me. This brush makes it so easy to apply and gives amazing control.

Non-beauty favourites recently have included Stacey Dooley's documentaries. These have been a firm favourite of mine since she started making them but recently I have been obsessed. I watch these in the gym and they really get me thinking about the world, I would definitely recommend her most recent one: Stacey Dooley in Greece: Migrant Kids in Crisis. She comes across so sweet and really sticks up for her beliefs, which I think is so admirable, especially in some of the situations she is in. I would also recommend Louis Theroux: Drinking to Oblivion. If you know me you will know I love Louis Theroux, my all time favourite, I will be forever recommending his documentaries and his most recent is no exception. A final non-beauty favourite is lemon infused water. I have been obsessed with this recently. It is so good for you and tastes so good.

Let me know your April Favourites.

Allie x

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