I thought seeing as I haven’t had time to write a longer post recently, I would share everything I’ve been loving in June! 🙂
What I’ve been watching:
So I’m absolutely obsessed with prison dramas this month. At the beginning of the month I watched both seasons of Orange Is The New Black. Luckily, the new season came out on Netflix soon after I had started the first season! For those of you who have watched it, I’m sure you can agree that it’s amazing. I don’t want to give too much away for anyone who hasn’t seen it, but I would recommend watching it!! I also love the fact that it is a real story.
Soon after I had finished watching OITNB, I started watching Prison Break. I know I’m soooo delayed with this, (yes I know it came out in 2005), but now I completely understand why everyone was so obsessed with it! It’s amazing!!! Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell also make this show so much more eye-catching 😉 (yes I know Wentworth Miller is out of the closet but that doesn’t make him any less beautiful!).
I also went to see 22 Jump Street in the cinema, which was so hilarious! I thought that they wouldn’t be able to make it funnier than the first one but Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum absolutely crack me up! Definitely worth the watch.
· Nails Inc; shade: Baker Street, RRP: £11.00– Absolutely loving this colour of nail polish this month, the shade is gorgeous and it’s so vibrant for summer. This brand is also long lasting, it stayed on for a good week without any chipping at all.
Nivea In Shower Body Moisturizer, RRP: £3.56 – I’ve used this a few times in the shower, it’s amazing. I didn’t need to use a lot of it; just a 10p shaped amount would be enough. I usually apply moisturizer after my shower as well but this made my skin amazingly smooth even before applying moisturizer.
What I’m reading:
‘The Fault in our Stars’ by John Green, RRP: £5.59 (WHSmith). I have only just started reading this because I wanted to watch the movie but I’ve found that the books are always so much better than the movies. I’ve also heard a lot about it so it had high expectations. Right now it’s definitely worth the read, but I hope it does exceed my expectations. So far John Green’s writing has been both funny and witty, with some very clever anecdotes thrown in. I really was surprised at how likeable the book is and I can’t wait to see the movie! Recommended summer read.
June has been one hell of a long month for me, so I apologize that this isn’t a longer blog post. But if you have enjoyed reading this blog post then do make sure you share it, and leave me a comment telling me what products and other things you’ve been loving this month. 🙂