Green and yellow eyes

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Here’s the make-up I wore with this outfit. I used the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Jawbreaker palette for the first time, and I love how this green and yellow eye look turned out. I mean, just look at that pigmentation!

(Base: primers – Wet n Wild CoverAll primer + MAC Prep + Prime Natural Radiance Illuminating Base (shade: Radiant Yellow), foundation – Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless foundation (shade: 110 Porcelain), concealers – MAC Pro Longwear concealer (shade: NC20) + L’Oréal Infaillible More Than Concealer (shade: 322 Ivory), powders – e.l.f. HD Undereye setting powder in Sheer + Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless pressed powder (shade: 90 Translucent). Face make-up: bronzer – Physicians Formula Butter bronzer (shade: Light), blusher – Essence Matte Touch blush in 20 Berry Me Up, highlighter –Sleek Highlighting palette in Solstice (shade: Subsolar) + MAC powder blush in Always One Jump Ahead (highlighter). Eye make-up: base – MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Painterly, eye shadows – Jeffree Star Jawbreaker palette (shades: Virgin + Sour + Wow + Lemon Drop + Jawbreaker), mascara – Maybelline The Falsies Volum’ Express, eyeliners – LA Girl Shockwave Neon Liners (shades: Screamin’ + Gotcha). Eyebrows – e.l.f. Clear Brow & Lash Mascara. Lips: Jeffree Star Velour liquid lipstick in Fully Nude)

Garfield jeans

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Here’s what I wore Monday July 1. I’m loving these Garfield jeans. I love the fit, and they look great paired with a graphic or stripy T-shirt.

(Jeans – H&M, T-shirt – Daisy Street, belt – Asos, sneakers – Adidas)

Flea market haul

Over the summer holidays, I went to several flea markets, and here’s a few things that I found.

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Big hair clips was all the rage last summer, but I’m still not over them, so I added this fun tortoise shell like one to my rather large collection of hair clips. I’ve already shown you the cuff link ring, but I also found a cactus pendant and the cutest Revlon nail varnish pin.

Orange 70'er-kjole m. brun og lilla mønster - second hand

My mum found this amazing dress from the ’70s. She bought it from an older lady who told her that she had found the fabric and then had someone make a dress out of it for her. It’s so nice when clothes have a story, and I love that this dress is one of a kind.

Graduation dress

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Here’s what I wore Tuesday June 25. My youngest sister graduated from upper secondary school/high school that day, so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to wear a pretty dress. The last time I wore this dress was at my own graduation party last year (when I got my master’s degree).

(Dress – second hand, belt – H&M, sandals – VRS)

Affordable beauty haul: Essence, L.A. Girl & Revolution

Over the past couple of months, I’ve collected some affordable make-up products from Essence, L.A. Girl, and Revolution.

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Essence often come out with limited edition collections, and I thought this Berry on collection looked really pretty. I purchased the two matte liquid lipsticks; they’re in the shades 01 Berry Nice and 02 Berry Beautiful. I also purchased the highlighter which is called 01 Berry on My Mind!, and it’s a pretty pink shade.

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I’ve also bought a bunch of products from L.A. Girl and a single product from Revolution. From L.A. Girl I’ve purchased three coloured mascaras; turquoise, bright blue, and purple. The only products from this haul that I’ve tried so far are the Shockwave Neon liners; I’ve worn the yellow one (Screamin’) and the green one (Gotcha), but there’s also a bright teal one (Fresh) and a purple one (Vivid). So far I’m quite impressed by these liners. The last product I’ve got from L.A. Girl is the PRO.Color Foundation Mixing Pigment in White; I want to try to lighten certain foundations. The very last product in this haul is the Revolution Vivid Baked highlighter in Matte Lights. As the name suggests it’s a matte highlighter, which is something I haven’t really tried before, so I’m excited to see what it looks like on the skin.