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Styled by: Rhea Kapoor Outfit: Mayyur Girotra

Styled by: Rhea Kapoor
Outfit: Mayyur Girotra

Hey Guys! I’m so excited about cold play’s album “A Head Full of Dreams”, and nearly died over the music video for their song “Hymn For The Weekend”, which is shot in india, and all the colors and Beyoncé and Sonam Kapoor and ugh! This music video has EVERYTHING! Sonam Kapoor? She was stunning and her outfit by Mayyur Girotra is to die for! The stylist Rhea Kapoor has done another great job. Beyoncé is casually slaying as always and this duo is just everything. If you haven’t seen/heard the song yet, or don’t know what I’m bragging about – I’ve put the music video above 🙂 


Hello Cold Days


Hey guys! I don’t know about you, but I definitely feel the sudden cold hitting us in this month compared to last month. -2°C is nothing compared the -15°, which we used to have during the winter period – every time I catch myself in enjoying the warmer winter I feel so guilty because I know the cause of it is really bad for our planet. Ugh the struggle though. Hope you’re all enjoying the snow and take care 


Copenhagen Beauty Haul

Hey guys! As I mentioned in my previous post, I bought some new beauty products when I was in Copenhagen earlier this week. I’ve waited 6 months to get to Sephora (sincerely they don’t ship to Denmark), and because I wanted to swatch the colors to see if it works for my skin tone. Below are some pictures of the products + some swatches on my arm, so you can see what the colors look like on my skin tone. Please note, that I didn’t apply primer underneath the swatches, which means that the color-pay-off isn’t maximal as it can be.

My current skin tone: medium-tan // NC44 //

Undertone: yellow-neutral

Skintype: Combination

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UD x Gwen Stefani pallet swatch

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Kat Von D - Light and Shade Pallet swatch

Shade: med/dark2, Caramel

Shade: Med/Dark2, Caramel

Shade: 173 = Y445

Shade: 173 = Y445

Primer Portion: Original

Primer Portion: Original



One-Day in CPH



Zara Trial 1 Zara Trial 2



Mamarosa restaurant with the best spiced food ever!

Hey guys! Here’s a quick update – I went to Copenhagen with my friend monday morning and I’m I’m broke now. No surprise, honestly I admit that I have a shopping problem. We had a great time and I finally got the chance to shop in Sephora! Yas! the store is so beautiful and I had a hard time limiting the items I wanted to buy – but I managed to buy 3 products. I’ll come up with a CPH haul soon 😉 ♥ 


NYE: Smokey Glitter Look

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First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Another year with new opportunities 🙂 I want to share my new years eve makeup with you guys. It is a glittery warm smokey eye – I personally don’t wear smokey eye looks often, because it makes my eyes look smaller than they already are. I don’t know what made me want to do it anyway for this special eve, but what I do know is that it reminded me of the reason why I never did it. Don’t you think it looks okay though? But here’s a rough short (joke, you know I cannot keep it short) tutorial on how I created this look 😉

NYE 2016- Makeup Tutorial

  1. First I primed my eyes with Urban Decay’s Original Eyeshadow primer, and sat it with some translucent powder from MAC, to make the colors we put on later to blend easier. 
  2. I start to apply a warm color in the crease – I use MAC’s powder blush Sweet As Cocoa, and blend it in with a light hand. 
  3. On the center of the lids I apply Maybelline 24hr Color Tattoo in Timeless Black, as a base for the black shadow I’ll apply later, and to intensify the color and make it last. 
  4. Then I carve out my outer V with a matte black eyeshadow from MAC in the shade Carbon. I built up the intensity until I’m happy with it and remember to blend with the transition color in-between the application of the black shadow. 
  5. When I’m happy with the intensity, I pat on a pink shimmery black shadow on the center of the lids – I use the shade Black Heart from Urban Decay’s Naked Pallet 3. To make the center more glittery, I pat the shade Buzz, from the same pallet,  on top of Black Heart. Then I blend all of the shades together by blending the transition color again. 
  6. To bring some light to the eye look  I apply some highlighter in the inner corner and underneath the brow bone. I use The Balm’s Mary Lou Manizer, which is a white/slightly champagne highlighter. 
  7. To pull the look together I apply the same transition color and matte black shade to the lower lash line, and blend it out. 
  8. Then I applied a thin line of eyeliner and slightly winged it out – and tight lined my upper- and lower lash line. 
  9. Put on some mascara – My lashes are very short so I choose to wear lashes and blend it in with a coat of mascara to finish off the look

Rest of my face:

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