I wasn't aware that many of you liked my 'monthly favourites' until I see comments to bring it back. Initially I thought videos like these have too much talking and assumed that they're boring - but well, there's always surprises. Let's jump right in.

Some of you have followed me through my journey of matte nude lipsticks. Other than M.A.C's Matte lipstick in Swirl that is still in my carry-on makeup bag, I've been really liking this. If you are looking for something that you can wear everyday, this might be the one for you. This is one of the most natural shades I've tried on me, it legit makes your lips look like it's yours (but not) which I know it's what some of us want. It's a little girlier because it's more pink than brown. However I do have to point out that it's not very long lasting, I find myself reapplying it frequently throughout the day. 

I kept thinking that I've mentioned this before but I use this everyday since I discovered it in February - I am currently on my 4th bottle. It is by far the best makeup remover I've tried and I think I may be loyal to this one. It's easy to use, removes the makeup quick, not harmful and not oily. Just no complains at all. Plus, you can purchase it from Hermo ;) - super plus point. 

One of my most used masks till date, this mask gathered quite a bit of attention in mid-April when it launched. If you're a frequent use of Kiehl's products, you'll know that the Calendula is one of their most iconic ingredients and they've used that together with Aloe Vera to create this magical thing. The mask feels just like how aloe vera would feel on your skin but it helps to refresh, revitalise and hydrate your skin immediately. AND, it takes only 5 minutes.

You've heard me spoken about this, I love this a lot - more information here.

One of Dior's most interesting skincare launches. It focuses on the power of nature and it believes that nature has true ingredients that are good for the skin's beauty. Alongside with the manifesto, each of the product are made of 83% natural-origin ingredients and the packaging of these products are made of sustainable materials that reduces the impact of the environment. My favourite among the few are the Deep Hydration Sorbet Water Essence and the Fresh Hydration Sorbet Creme. 

You'd also want to watch my June Favourites video to hear me talk about these products in details. Also, let me know what you've been enjoying this month and I'll try them out too :)