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It's that time of the month again, no, not that one, the better time of the month, or maybe it's both for you, I'm so sorry. I love favourites post time and this month I've fell back in love with some old favourites and started what is probably gonna be an endless love affair with a few new bits. I've got some make-up, some clothing, some nail bits and some skincare/make-up to chat about this month.

My ultimate love this month has been my new jumper from Lazy Oaf.
Lazy Oaf are an independent brand with their one and only shop being based in London's Carnaby Street, but luckily they are online too so I can still shop, not all of us are privileged enough to live in Landan. When I do go, I always visit Lazy Oaf and spend a bomb, on this occasion I only picked up the 'Lazy Oaf Hairy Cat Sweatshirt,' for £60.00.
They certainly don't stock the usual clothing that you'd find in Topshop or Zara etc, they focus on graphic prints and being a little weird, and I love it. They are expensive, but the pieces are only around for limited amounts of time and they don't come back! They are also amazing quality (obviously,) and they're just generally a lovely company- whoever runs all their social media is bomb. I've noticed Zoella has started to wear a lot from the brand, and pretty much whatever she wears sells out, which is a little annoying.
I adore my Hairy Cat Sweatshirt, it's super comfy and makes me feel really 'me,' and it's somewhere in-between casual and dressy, the fuzzy 'hair,' on the cat's is my favourite part.

I've been really sorting my make-up stash out because I'm moving house in a couple of weeks, and I totally forgot I had the NARS Kalahari Eyeshadow Duo and the Tarte Clean Slate Poreless Smoothing Primer. So obviously I had to use them again to see if they were worth taking with me or if they needed handing down/selling, and errrr my God. The golden shade in the eyeshadow duo is my perfect all over shade, I love a bronzey golden eye and this shadow is everything I wanted. I don't use the shade on the right because it's just not for me and it's too cool toned, but I'll be using the goldeny copper shade on the left a lot. It's so pigmented and silky, and it looks okay on its own or paired with a darker shade in the crease.
The primer didn't disappoint either, I heavily moisturized because I remembered this being thick and drying, and the finish it gave me was amazing. Photoshopped skin in a jar! It made my skin unbelievably smooth and 'bouncy,' as I like to call it, y'know, like a cushion? Pores? Gone, gone gone.

Last but certainly not least, a nail combo. The Sally Hansen Maximum Strength treatment has totally cured my nails, I had acrylics on for a year and when I eventually decided to stop getting them on, my nails underneath were horribly weak and damaged, this has brought them back to normal already and it's only been about two weeks! They really are going to be 'as hard as nails,' when I've finished with the whole bottle. To flaunt my once again healthy nails I've been obsessed with this nail varnish from Barry M, it's a gorgeous kind of in your face purple but it's still really suitable for Summer, it's unlike me to wear any other colour but grey, but I can't stop applying this. For a £4 product, the staying power is immense- I'm really impressed and I might have to stop buying high end nail polishes!

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