Once again, I haven't done a manicure Monday in a while only because none of the colors I've been using on my nails are new. 

That all changed this past weekend when I received a lovely little package in the mail from Allie over at Miss Glambition. I entered her Twitter giveaway two weeks ago and was delighted to find out I was the winner!


The prizes were an adorable makeup bag, a pair of gorgeous feather earrings, a deluxe sample of Benefit Cosmetics "Watts Up" highlighter and a bottle of Essie's Miami Nice.

I don't think I've ever seen Miami Nice but in the bottle, it looks like a metallic purple/pink, almost similar to "DJ Play That Song" which I own.


When I went to paint my nails with this bright, summer shade, I saw that the formula was very thin. I wasn't expecting this to turn out to be a good experience but after one coat, I was pleasantly surprised.


The color popped off my nails, the pigmentation is incredible and the sheen just sparkles in the light. One coat was definitely enough but I always like to apply two, just incase.

The color is pure electric, perfect with tanned skin and awesome for the summer. I bet this would be a great pedicure color.

As you can tell, I'm kind of obsessed.

I mean, wouldn't you be?

What are you wearing on your nails this Monday?


It's that time of the week again, folks. This was a very short week, in my opinion. That's probably because I had such a fabulous weekend last weekend and I thought this week was the 4th of July (whoops). 

In the case of a fabulous weekend, I had a rather boring week. The best part was definitely getting an email saying that I am now a writer at Elite Daily!!!! I was so excited; this has been a goal of mine for the past few months so I was super happy when I heard that. Also, Grace Atwood commented on my blog post of her so I was freaking out. Those were definitely the two highlights!

There were however, so many great links to keep me occupied this week while I did absolutely nothing aside from sit on my couch.








What did you love this week?


A few months ago I had a Sephora giftcard for $25 but had no idea what to buy. There isn't that much you could get at Sephora for $25, shipping included but I was determined. 

I of course have been obsessed with all beauty items over the past few months so I needed to crave my luxury beauty brand desire. 

After a lot of searching and deliberating, I decided on what seemed like the perfect fit for me. Too Faced (which is my new favorite luxury beauty brand) has a little collection called "Beauty Blogger Darlings" which is composed of four products that all beauty bloggers rave about...four holy grail items that are best sellers.

I've heard about all these products and only tried one of them but my goodness, I don't know why I waited this long to try them all.

The set consists of four deluxe size samples of Too Faced best sellers and it's only available at Sephora.com



 .14oz Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
.17oz Primed and Poreless Face Primer
.17oz Better than Sex Mascara
. 17oz Shadow Insurance Eye Shadow Primer

The one product that I tried was the Shadow Insurance and I was really happy to get a deluxe sample. I haven't tried a lot of eye shadow primers but this is by far an amazing product. A little goes a long way and you only need to apply a little bit to your eyelids. The wear is so much better with the primer than without, as is the point of a primer. The formula is really light weight and once applied, doesn't feel like there is anything on your eye. Also, the color of your shadow and eyeliner are a lot brighter and more pigmented than without the primer.

Primed and Poreless Face Primer: Like the Shadow Insurance, this was a deluxe sample but I have never tried it before. It applies clear but comes out as a light pink shade; once again, it is very lightweight and airy after applied to your face. It really does minimize your pores and makes your face makeup a lot brighter and longer wear. I have tried one other primer by Lancome which is a little more oily than this one but the wear was kind of the same.

Better than Sex Mascara: This is an amazing product!! Like seriously, one of the best mascaras I've ever tried. It gives you a dramatic, long and luxurious lash without clumping. It does a great job at separating your lashes but not a spidery look. It's a little too dramatic for daytime wear but for the night, this is my go-to mascara.

Chocolate Soleil Bronzer: I've heard about this product a thousand times over and I was so thrilled to try it out. I mean, this is by far the best bronzer I have ever used and for a deluxe sample, this is a hefty size. It gives such a fabulous, matte bronzed look--no shimmer actually works with this one. Because of the no shimmer, adding a highlight product will work great with it and the matte finish is perfect for contouring (I've attempted it, more on that in another post). 

This little set values at $20 and it is worth every cent, mostly because all of these products retail at more than $20 for the full size. These four products have become my go-tos and I'm going to be disappointed when they all run out.

What are your new favorite beauty products? Tell me in the comments!





I blogged a few weeks ago about the relaunch of the amazing Little Problems and since then, they've been all over social media with updates on their latest products, an application to be a Campus Rep and lots o' giveaways.

Well now, one lucky Royally Pink reader will be able to win their own swag from Little Problems to either keep for themselves or give to that special sorority gal in your life.

Little Problems is giving away one of their brand new "Like Big, Like Little" Koozies. Just enter the Rafflecopter below :)





I never had to worry about oily hair before. I could go a week and a few days without washing my hair (as gross as that is). My hair always looked better after not washing it for a few days. My light haired, thin haired friends were super jealous that I didn't have to constantly wash my hair or worry about my hair looking greasy.

One of the reasons I washed my hair not so frequently is because it's really thick and I have so much hair. I never had the time or patience to blow dry and straighten my hair more than once a week. 

That all changed when I had my Keratin treatment done; my hair has been easier to straighten and maintain so I don't mind washing it so much.

On the other hand, I need to wash it a lot more because the Keratin made my hair easily greasy and oily. 

I didn't even realize it at first but then I looked at my hair and it just looked so terrible. I'm not used to washing my hair so much but now that I have the treatment, I have to wash it every three days. It's definitely not the norm for me and it's taken some getting used too.

There are always those days those that I'm just a little too lazy to wash it so I have accumulated some "oily hair" tips to get by with that extra day or make your hair not as oily.



1. Dry Shampoo: Isn't this just everyone's go to, oily hair or not? Spraying some dry shampoo into your locks absorbs all the oils and gives you a clean look, as if your hair is freshly washed. I've tried some dry shampoos but my favorite is by far the Not Your Mother's Clean Freak Dry Shampoo. I bought a travel size a few months ago but knew I needed the regular size; it smells great and just sprays on so evenly. It's my favorite.

2. Blow Dry: I am so lazy that I hate blow drying my hair. It makes me hot and gives me anxiety. It's just too much effort for me, even after the keratin. I would much rather just let my hair air dry. There is a trick though. If you blow dry your hair, away from your head, your hair will look less oily after you straighten it. A hair stylist taught me this recently and I attempted it last week. My hair did look better and a little less oily but I still hate blow drying it. Sidenote: Blow dry your hair off your face before you head out because your face has so many oils that it'll make your hair even oiler. 

3. Baby Powder: This is the oldest trick in the book and the best if you don't have any dry shampoo around. A dabble, nickel size amount of baby powder is great to just run through your hair, especially on the roots, will soak up the extra oil. Just be sure to not put too much in your hair so it doesn't turn white. 

4. Headbands: When all else fails, throw your hair up in a sock bun/messy bun or slick it back in a headband. Not having your scalp exposed will give the illusion of not as much grease.

There are definitely some home remedies and products you could try if your hair is a real greasy problem but these are just some quick, easy fixes to get rid of the minimal amount of oil.

What are your oily hair tips? Tell me in the comments so I could add them to my routine!



**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

This Karlie Kloss Collection is brand new at Warby Parker. It's fun, flirty, and super cute, nothing less than what you would expect from Karlie Kloss. 

Check out these fun new shapes and see for yourselves why they are so popular.

CLARA - Heirloom Silver
with Sepia Wash Lenses


MARPLE
 - Heirloom Gold
with Violet Clover lenses
JULIA - Heirloom Silver
with Indigo Wash lenses

This is a limited edition collection and each pair is only $145 each. And if you aren't convinced yet, let us appeal to your charitable side - proceeds from this collection will benefit the Edible Schoolyard, an organization that works with low-income schools in NYC and as always for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.

My favorite are definitely the Julia; so chic and casual for the summer!


I am no blogging expert by any means. It has been a little over two years since I started Royally Pink, I've met and spoken with countless bloggers, and have made trials and tribulations on my own. Through all of this, I've learned a few things and have definitely become more knowledgable...still though, no expert.

Blogging isn't easy, even though it looks that way. Trust me, before I started I thought it was simple. All you do is write, right? No, that's definitely not what it all entails. Good blog designs, keeping up a social media presence, contacting brands, responding to emails, building a following, keeping your creative juices flowing, finding the time and motivation to open up a blog post, keeping track of your networks, passwords, expenses, ads...my goodness the list goes on and on!

Of course, the bigger your blog and the bigger your following, the more difficult these tasks become. I find the hardest part for me is definitely keeping myself organized and coming up with new ideas to write about.

I'm a Type A, organizational freak but when it comes to my blog, there are so many ways to keep yourself together and it's hard to figure out what's better. Do you go with a binder, a notebook, a planner, an online tracker, Google calendar, printable calendars, documents, pdfs--what is the right fit?

I used to be paper, paper, paper but over the past few weeks, I've recognized the easiness of keeping everything blog related on the computer. Because of this, I've come to the conclusion that there are a lot of wonderful apps for bloggers to utilize. 

I've seen a lot of other bloggers write up round up posts like this but some of those bloggers are super big and this is their full time job.

These apps that I've been using are more relatable, easier to use and makes sense for smaller, every day bloggers like myself.



1. Google Calendar:  This is both an app in the app store and also accessible on your laptop, which makes for easy use and access. I use Google Calendar as my editorial calendar and ONLY my editorial calendar. I used to keep an editorial calendar in my Lilly planner but it was just too complicated and then I tried writing it down in a notepad but this is much easier. I'm able to quickly and neatly change it if things go astray and it's so much nicer to see what I have planned all in one place. It makes it a lot easier to plan ahead too!

2. Evernote: This is heaven sent and I don't know how I lasted so long without it. I've had Evernote for a while but never used it for my blog; the updated version seemed complicated and I didn't want to bother with it but after reading this blog post on how to properly use Evernote, my life was changed. I created a 'Royally Pink' notebook and just have so many notes with random ideas, it's like an actual notebook but so much neater and more organized. I have a running list of ideas, outlines of blog posts, companies to email, etc. I have it installed on my computer, iPhone and iPad so it syncs automatically. There are so many other ways to use Evernote, I haven't nearly made a dent. 

3. Eventbrite: This is an app I discovered last summer and it's not just for bloggers. This is an app that  takes your location and shows you all the events and conferences that are around you. It's great for networking and niche events that could be helpful to your blog. The best part is that they offer free events and you could buy your tickets right on the app, keeping them in the "My Tickets" section or you could transfer them to your Passbook. It's so convenient and wonderful. 

4. HootSuite: This is an app that can get tricky while just starting out but once you understand how it works, you'll adore it. I recently started playing around with it and it's a lot easier than I once thought. HootSuite is an app/website (once again access on a laptop and your phone) that streams all your social media accounts on one screen, making it easy to go back and forth between each. The best part and the most useful to bloggers? You can schedule out your social media posts weeks in advance. If you want to tweet about a blog post more than once over the course of a week, you can schedule them out and drive more traffic to your site. So helpful and useful!

5. 2Days: This is an app that I don't only use for my blog but also for everyday life. It's a To Do list but it has little notifications that tell you how many things you have listed so the red notification bothers you and you want to get rid of them. It's so much better than any other To Do list app I've tried, I'm obsessed. 

Honorable mentions: Blogger, Facebook Pages ManagerKlout, and Paypal

What are your favorite apps for bloggers? Tell me in the comments!!


First things first, I'm a beauty junkie, without a doubt. The problem has gotten worse and worse as the days go on, new products hit the shelves, and I watch/read reviews on the best beauty companies out there. I love makeup and I have a lot of it; my bank account cries when I hit the beauty aisle in a drugstore.


As much as I love makeup, there comes a time during the week when I need to give myself a break. I'm the type of girl who will put on makeup even if I'm sitting in the house all day. I just feel better with a full face but sometimes, it's too much.



At least once or twice a week, I won't apply any make up (only if I don't have any big plans) and let my face breathe. It's important to do this every so often so you don't constantly clog your pores with cakey makeup. After a day of no makeup wear, my skin feels fresher and more moisturized. It really pays off.



I recently received an email about a contest entitled "Breakup with your Makeup" which is all about redness and Rosacea. Rosacea is a skin disorder that affects your skin, mostly allowing redness to constantly be at the surface. The reason for this is that blood vessels increase blood flow to the face and causes redness.



It affects more than 16 million Americans and is more common in women than men. A lot of women who experience Rosacea will apply a ton of makeup to hide the redness which in turn, doesn't help at all.



Now, there is a solution for this and it comes in the form of a daily 12 hour gel called Mirvaso which heals the redness that Rosacea causes. It doesn't cover up the redness but keeps it at bay for 12 hours. This is the first of it's kind and is going to change the way women use their makeup, for sure.



During the summer months, redness is common to everyone, me included. There are a few things you could do to help treat redness, even if it's not the point of using Mirvaso.



1. Choose fragrance free sunscreens

2. Avoid sugary foods and sleep enough hours; drink a lot of water
3. Be aware of what ingredients are in your moisturizers and makeup


You can click the graphic below to learn more about Mirvaso and Rosacea, along with entering for a chance to win a trip to the Emmys. 


In addition to that, Galderma Laboratories, L.P are giving one lucky Royally Pink reader a Cetaphil gift pack with tons of facial goodies. When is a better time to buff up your skincare routine than at the beginning of the summer? Enter the rafflecopter below :)



PS: Here are all the prizes that come in the pack :)


This is a sponsored blog post. Influenster provided me with complimentary Victoria's Secret products to test and review as part of a contest.

Working out was never my expertise. I don't enjoy it too much, I don't like actually going to the gym but once I'm there, I'm totally okay. 

At school, working out was easy because there was a gym free of charge filled with countless machines and workout equipment. To say I under utilized it would be the understatement of the century. I didn't go to the gym half as nearly as I should've and that's probably because of my lack of motivation but also lack of cute work out clothes.

Luckily, Influenster and Victoria Secrets took care of that rather quickly.

My PopSugar box and #VSSportsBra came in the mail on the same day! #luckyme

Because I'm not big on working out, my work out gear has no variety: sorority shirts, three pairs of leggings and I had one sports bra that doesn't fit properly. That's why I was super excited to receive this awesome Victoria Secrets sports bra courtesy of Influenster.

This bra is some serious stuff; it's not your usual sports bra. It's so form fitting and fits like a regular VS bra even without the underwire present.


I received a bright, neon green color bra with matching neon socks (hello, bonus!) and neon colors are so in right now, especially in workout gear so I was happy about that.

The #VSSportsBra I received was The Incredible which is sort of a mesh material with a racerback feel and a clasp in the back. 



I worked out yesterday morning on my brand new elliptical and honestly, this bra is pretty wonderful. It works like a regular bra and keeps everything in place but is light fitting and wearing and allows you to breathe so you're not sweating like an animal.

The fitting of the bra is a little tricky, such as putting it on because there's not too much stretch to it but once you wear it a few times it should be good.

#VSSport is honestly a great line and I've bought some stuff from them before, such as leggings but this bra and these socks kind of changed the game for me. There are a lot of other products available and I'm excited to possibly buy some and try them out.

For now though, I'm perfectly happy being a #VSSportTester with my #VSSportsBra.

Follow #VSSport on Facebook and Twitter



What are your favorite sports bras/workout clothes?



This was another hectic week for me, only because it went super fast and it confused the hell out of me. It feels like it was just Saturday and I was at my baby sister's high school graduation. 

Also, in fun news, me and my sister have our first car!! A baby, white Volkswagen Jetta that we'll share until I have a real person job and am able to buy my own car. Either way, it's really exciting and I'm obsessed. 


I really loved doing my Links to Love post last week so I thought I'd make it a regular thing or as long as I have links that I'm loving.

I don't know if it's because I have a lot of time on my hands or if it's because people are more creative during the summertime but the Internet has been on point with great reads. 





I have a serious case of wanderlust and desire for the beach; this didn't help.

Side Note: I added my Tumblr account to my sidebar so go follow me and also, added Warby Parker, Julep, and Office Candy Gals to my sidebar--click on them and check it out!

What links did you love this week? Tell me in the comments and have a great weekend :)


For the past few years, my summers have been something less than exciting. I don't know if it's because me and my friends interned all summer, worked, and were just too in between things to enjoy ourselves. We weren't 21 years old so bars and clubs were out of the question and we were busy during the day so I haven't seen a beach in a while.

Also, I spent my summers wishfully counting down the days till I returned to New Rochelle and to my ratchet ways with my favorite/best friends. 

This time around, that's totally different. I'm not going back to school in August so the light at the end of the tunnel is virtually nonexistent. It's kind of shocking, really. Sometimes I get these bursts of realization in my day hazes where I realize that this is life now, I don't go back to school and things are the way they are.

It kind of sucks, really. As you can tell, I'm dealing with post-grad exceptionally well.

Not really, it really does suck. 

I'm getting sidetracked...back to the summer. 

There are always lists of things that I want to do when summer rolls around but never have the chance because theres always something in the way. Now that I'm officially FUNemployed, the world is my oyster and summer is only the beginning.

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I decided to make a bucket list of things that I hope/want/need to do this summer and since it's already June 12th, I better get a move on it.

-Walk across the Brooklyn bridge: always looks like so much fun 
-Spend a day at Coney Island: something I could always do but never do
-Visit Atlantic City: Harrah's pool party anyone?
-Take a roadtrip: The Carolinas, Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, I don't care, just get me there)
-Spend a day in Manhattan: Lilly Pulitzer, Laudree, Central Park; it's right here and I never take advantage of it, strike for me
-Beach, Pool, Beach, Repeat: I need some sun and water in my life, desperately
-Bottomless Brunch: Once again, something right in my own backyard but I never go
-Visit the Birchbox Store: News sprung up in early Spring that the lovely Birchbox was opening a store in SoHo this summer. I need to visit it once it opens.
-City nights: Bar hopping in Manhattan during the summer heat? There's nothing like it
-Baseball games: Between the Yankees and the Mets, you could get tickets for cheap and they're just so much fun.
-Work out: My mom just bought an elliptical for the house so I plan on being a beast on that thing all summer. 

Honorable mention: Hang out with my friends, those post grad lovelies and the ones still in college. Without friends, you have nothing. 

And one thing I'm not too excited for? Applying for jobs. Go me.

I don't know if I'll do everything on this list or if I'll do anything but I really hope so. 

What do you have planned for the summer months? Tell me in the comments!


As I sit here at 9:30pm on a Tuesday night, writing this blog post, I could hardly keep my eyes open. It's how I felt all day, probably since around 3pm. I woke up around 10:30, didn't get out of bed till 11:15 and by the time I sat at my computer, showered and ready for the day, it was 12noon. 

By the time 3pm rolled around, I was exhausted. I felt so tired I could've cried. I tried to wake myself up with ice cold water, some iced coffee, a snack of pita chips and hummus but nothing worked. I laid down on the couch around 5pm and took a mini cat nap. I woke up a little while after, ate dinner and then finally felt a little refreshed. I felt like I got a second wind.

That is, until a little while ago when overwhelming fatigue hit me.

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This has been a constant, annoying cycle for the past few weeks. I'm constantly tired, whether I get three hours of sleep or 13 hours. It never ends, I'm always tired and it's not good. I feel less motivated, less productive. It's annoying and frustrating.

My mom told me it's because I'm sitting in my house doing nothing, which makes sense. I wake up everyday, eat breakfast, have coffee and sit at my dining room table blogging and applying for jobs. I rarely leave my house post grad and it's really unhealthy. 

It feel like it has to be more than just not being active, but that must have a lot to do with it. A few weeks ago, when this tiredness became recognizable I stumbled upon this great, useful Her Campus article "Always Tired? What Causes Fatigue and What to Do About It". 

It was an eyeopener, ladies, let me tell you.

Basically the article gave a list of reasons of why you're always tired, i.e: stress hormones, lack of good quality sleep, poor nutrition, depression, anxiety, and some other health related problems. I definitely suffer from most of those, especially the poor nutrition and anxiety.

Sometimes when my anxiety is really bad, I can't sleep and toss and turn. I'll wake up in the middle of the night, hyperventilating because of some random anxiety that I can't get rid of. It really sucks and throws off my entire sleeping schedule and rest of the day.

They also gave some good, really helpful tips to battle fatigue which are good to try but might be easier said than done. Relieving stress, eating better and try to sleep longer--those seem like simple tasks but in reality they aren't.

All of those, especially eating healthier is something you have to be consciously aware of and try to make an active change. 

The article explains that carbs are a no-no because they are empty calories and leave you feeling hungry soon after eating. Peanut butter and eggs are great protein in the morning and help give you more energy. 

I definitely fall short in the nutrition section and the article suggests taking Vitamin D, B and iron. I definitely need to make my way to the health food store and stock up on vitamins. 

This is something I really need figure out and change in my life because it's start to irritate me beyond belief.

Do you have any suggestions for not feeling tired? Do you suffer from this problem as well? Tell me in the comments!


I've never been big on lip products. I never loved lip gloss, lipstick never looked right on me--it was just never my thing, even though I always had an influx of products.

As I got older, I realized the importance of a well put together lip. It was difficult to find my color that I loved and looked good on me. After some experimenting, I realized that a pink lip looked really good on me. I was able to wear it with a full face of makeup, to the beach when I had hardly any makeup on or wear pink lips alone.

Pink lips is definitely a summer trend so when the hot weather started to roll in, I got excited to rock the color again.



There are a few products that I found that moisturize my lips, has long lasting color and look really great on. I've definitely talked about most of these once before but thought it would be nice to have them all in one post. 




1. Maybelline Color Whisper in One Size Fits Pearl: Side note, this is the hardest color to find and repurchase. I've been out of it for a while and all the drugstores in my neighborhood are sold out of it. This is the perfect pale pink that has a touch of shimmer to it. It's not an overpowering pink and is great for everyday wear. It's almost hard to call it a pink because it's barely there but it's such a nice color.


2. Sugar Rose Tinted Lip Treatment: I've been busting to buy a full size of this product but haven't gotten around to it. Fresh has the best lip balms, even though their a little pricy and this red/pinkish color is wonderful. It smoothes my lips but also adds the smallest hint of color. It's definitely perfect for really hot days when you need extra moisture; SPF is an added bonus. FRESH has a bunch of different shades also, if you want something a little lighter, darker, or no tint at all.


3. Maybelline Baby Lips Tinted in Pink Punch: This is by far my favorite lip product because it's the easiest to apply and has the longest wearing color. I rarely reapply and because it's mostly a lip balm, it's not heavy on my lips at all. I could go through this color in a few weeks because I apply it so much but it's so good. This is a great product for either everyday wear or a fancier occasion--no one will know that you're just wearing lip balm.


4. Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in Elusive: This is a product I have a love hate relationship with. Sometimes it's too pink, sometimes it's just right--it's definitely never too light. I think this is the smoothest and easiest to apply out of the four and it just feels so good while on my lips. The pigment is a little much though so I'd save this for nighttime instead of everyday wear.

All of these are in rotation for my summer beauty look and you really can't go wrong.

What are your favorite summer lip colors/products? 

Shop my look below!





POPSUGAR provided me with a complimentary POPSUGAR Must Have box. The opinions I have shared about the box are my own and POPSUGAR did not tell me what to say or how to say it.

Last month I posted a review of a complimentary POPSUGAR Must Have Box that I received as part of the POPSUGAR Select Blogger Network. This month, I had the chance to receive another box from POPSUGAR and I was so thrilled with what I got.

I'm really considering actually subscribing to this box and possibly splitting the cost with my mom because it's amazing and definitely worth the $40. 

The minute I got the email that the box shipped, I was scrounging the internet for spoiler alerts because I always like to know what I'm expecting and when I saw one blogger post the spoiler, I got even more excited.

This month's box had a beach theme, obviously, as we head straight into summer and the products were a lot more useful and fun than last month's.

On the little booklet that comes with the box, it says what inspired Us for June: "Beachy hair, citrus, sand, sun, surg, backyard BBQs, relax, unwind, read, stripes". I love that description, it's the ultimate summer and this box really encompasses all of that.



The June box is valued at a little over $80 which is double what you spend so it's definitely worth it.

Here's everything that came in this month's POPSUGAR Must Have box.


1. Emily Griffin's "The One and Only" ($28): I've seen this book around and put it on my To Read list so when I saw it in this month's box, I was overjoyed! Emily Griffin is the author of "Something Borrowed" and is just such a fantastic Chick Lit writer. I'm on chapter 14 of this book and it's quite addictive. It's easy, light reading and simply wonderful.


2. Sachajuan Shiny Citrus Body Lotion ($24): Summertime calls for the perfect beachy body lotion and this Sachajuan lotion is the definition of summer. It's silky smooth, not heavy on your skin and leaves no residue behind. It really does moisturize your skin the perfect amount and has a citrus smell but not too strong. I'm kind of obsessed.



3. Turkish-T Beach Towel ($32): I always have trouble deciding on which towel to take to the beach. Some are too thick, too short and just not fit for the sand. This beach towel is the answer to all my prayers. It's thin enough to be a sheet but long enough for a beach towel, it's really great and I can't wait to test it out on the beach.


4. You Smell Lemon Wet Wipes ($6): I haven't tried these out and was confused as to what exactly they were but I can't wait to try them now. They're a set of scented wipes that kind of take the place of perfume on the go. I see these being perfect for after the beach!



5. Lollies Basic Hair Ties ($8): The minute I saw these I knew they wouldn't be good hair ties for me. Even though my hair is great after the Keratin treatment, it's still very thick and these hair ties aren't stretchy enough to hold it all together. They do, though, make cute little bracelets for an easy summer day. I love how they look on my wrist!


6. One Potato Two Potato Hawaiian BBQ Chips ($2): I haven't tasted these yet because I'm hesitant to try foods I never have but I'm sure they're tasty and it's a nice little addition to the box. 


7. Native Union $15 Gift Card: This was a bonus in the June box and bonuses are always a nice surprise. Native Union is a company that sells tablet and phone cases along with accessories that are priced no less than $50. The cases seem nice and very durable but I don't know if I'll ever use this gift card, only because I'm not in the market for a new case. 

Altogether, this box surprised me and gave me high exceptions for POPSUGAR and I'm really considering subscribing to it, it seems to be the best subscription box out there.

POPSUGAR is so great they're offering all my readers a discount code on a three month subscription to the POPSUGAR Must Have Box! The discount is for $10 off the 3 months.

Code: JUNESELECT10

What subscription boxes to you receive? Have you tried POPSUGAR? Leave your answers in the comments!


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