5 favourites – April

I can’t believe that we are about to enter the last month of spring. April was a great month; I had a lot of great times in great company, but I was also quite busy with my studies. I’m sure I’ll continue to be busy, but also continue to have fun in the month to come, but before saying hello to May, I’m going to say goodbye to April by talking a bit about some of my favourite things from the month.


Slip-ons by Topshop: I bought these slip-ons when I was on exchange in England. I loved them then, and I love them just as much now. I’ve been wearing them a lot this month, because the weather has been quite nice.


Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet liquid lipsticks: Usually when I feature a make-up product in one of these posts, I pick a specific shade, but I have an incredible hard time choosing between these two gorgeous shades, and I’ve been wearing both equally as many times, so I had to feature both. These are amazing, and I’m so sad that you can’t buy them in Denmark, because I would love to own every single shade.


Barry M Flawless Chisel Cheeks Contour Kit (highlight shade): Like the Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvets my sister bought this contour kit for me in London. I haven’t used the bronzing and contour shades that much yet (they’re a bit dark), but I’m loving the highlight shade. I use it to set and brighten my under eye area, and I also like to lightly apply it down the bridge of my nose and on my chin.


Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water: I’d heard a lot of good things about this cleansing water, so when I found it on sale I thought I would give it a go, and I love it. It easily removes any make-up and cleanses the skin. Best cleasing water I’ve tried so far.


Rita (Danish TV series): I usually don’t watch a lot of TV; I watch films and TV series on DVD, but that’s pretty much it. I’m not a big fan of Danish films, but I do enjoy a lot of Danish TV series. The past month or so the third season of Rita has been on TV. It’s a comedy/drama series about a very outspoken school teacher who deals with everyone else’s problems but her own. She’s single and now that all of her children have left home, she’s having a hard time living alone. It’s a series that deals with a lot of serious and real issues, but is funny at the same time and overall enjoyable in my opinion.

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