To start off, I would tell you about this amazing brush and it is the elf Professional Blending Eye Brush P149.75 ($3.19 USD). I bought this during my drugstore haul along with some other brushes and this one would have to be my favorite of all of them. I love the fact that this was pretty cheap but does it's job pretty well. I don't have to push this brush too much into my skin so just using a light hand to blend out any harsh lines on my eye makeup is great.
The lol (Lots Of Love) Cosmetics Bronzing Powder P139 ($2.96 USD). I still have a love-hate relationship with this product but I kinda leaned in to actually using it more often for days when I just wanna look simple but still put an effort to my look. For a more indepth review, click HERE.
Bobbie Cosmetics Poof! Concealer P100 ($2.14 USD). The brand bobbie is what I sometimes use for my manicure brand. Just recently did I know and saw that they had a cosmetics line. I checked that out and found that their products are inexpensive and has really cute packaging. I picked up this cream concealer and it is the 2nd lightest shade (They only have 3 shades) which is the CN-02. I'm pretty fair skinned so I was surprised that the lightest shade was too light for me and this one is a tone lighter but the 3rd one was too dark. I settled for this one for using as a highlight or for under the eyes. Read my detailed review all about this product HERE.
For lipstick, I have the Rimmel London Lasting Finish Matte by: Kate Moss Lipstick in 107. I just really love this color and although it is abit different of what I would usually wear, it helps me feel confident but not too bold for my taste, for a more indepth review click HERE.
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Another unusual favorite of mine is a new app that I'm quite addicted to and it is the Dear Future Self, app. I featured this app on my 3 Cool Apps That Every Blogger Should Have and this app basically lets you send yourself a text whenever you need to receive it eg: a minute, 10 minutes, an hour or more after you hit send. With this, it'll remind you of what you need to do while you're on-the go. Plus, it is available to use offline without any load or credits used.
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For books, I recently read "Slammed" by: Colleen Hoover. I could definitely relate to the story since I'm somehow going through the same thing. With this, I thought that, I'm not the only one experiencing some things and some people just have it worse and I should be lucky for what I do have at the moment. Worth the read if you are looking for one at the moment. I'm currently reading the sequel or next book for this series.
Another book that I recently read and loved is #Girlboss by: Sophie Amorouso (aka the founder of Nasty Gal). Her story before and while starting out with her company was what I would call refreshing. She was pretty unique and courageous, a sudden change of what I hear most of the time from famous women. I highly recommend this if you are looking for inspiration or just wanna know the history of Nasty gal.
Alright so those have been my favorites for this month and I hope that this was somehow helpful and comment down below if you have tried any of these things and how it worked out for you or if you have any suggestions for me to try out and I'll be sure to reply as soon as I can.
Ps: I recently had a simple milestone, read all about it HERE