Easter Makeup 2017

We started with some small Easter celebrations already this morning. I had hidden the childrens Easter eggs together with a present, so we had a small Easter egg hunt after breakfast this morning. The children were so excited and happy! Then what I love about them is that they show their appreciation. I never want them to take anything for granted and I think they’ve started to understand what I mean now. ❤

For this Easter I wanted a fresh colorful makeup and this is the result. I used a soft pink lipstick to this look with a touch of glitter to the lower central lip, (which was more for the photo, I would never eat with glitter on my lips 😉 ). The lipstick comes from Euphidra, the brand I’m promoting and doing makeup for around different pharmacies here in Florence. It’s from their new serie that recently launched. I’m so exited because the quality and the shades are amazing. As soon as I’ll have the time I’m going to do a post showing you all their new lipsticks.

I want to wish you a fantastic Easter weekend and send you all lots of love! 🐣🐰

  1. Prime the eyelids with Urban Decay’s eyeshadow primer potion anti-aging. Highlight with a white eyeshadow under the eyebrowns.
  2. Blend in Kryolan’s eyeshadow Yellow above the crease.
  3. Right under blend in Kryolan’s orange eyeshadow AB 13.
  4. Apply Kryolan’s pink eyeshadow Flamingo to the outer part of the mobile eyelid and blend up in the crease and outwards.
  5. Over the mobile eyelid apply NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in MILK and over it apply Makeup Geek’s eyeshadow Lemon Drop.
  6. Apply NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in MILK in the waterline and along the lower lashline. In the inner part apply Makeup Geek’s eyeshadowFuji.
  7. Over the rest apply Makeup Geek’s eyeshadow Dragonfly.
  8. Apply and eyeliner using Inglot’s AMC eyeliner gel nr 77.
  9. Apply Eyeko’s skinny brush mascara and put on Ardell’s Invisiband Scanties in black.
  10. Contour the face using ABH Contour Kit and Glow Kit. On the cheeks apply YSL Blush Volupté Passionnee nr 6.
  11. On the lips apply Euphidra’s Lipstick Rosso Labbra Shine RS01. On the lower central lip I added a bit of a pink glitter.
  12. Set the make up with Urban Decay’s de-slick makeup setting spray. Done!
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Pink Spring

Here in Florence it’s been a few days with incredibly warm weather for the season. I think we had 24 degrees yesterday and close to that also today. It’s really wonderful and all the trees and flowers are starting to bloom out really fast now. The sunsets at night are spectacular and I get so inspired by all these wonderful colors.
My makeup inspiration of today’s look come from what nature offers right now, beautiful spring colors. Then Easter is coming up soon and I love to be colorful at this time of the year.

I hope you’ve had a great week and will have a nice weekend! We’re going quickly up to Sweden but will be back already on Tuesday. I’m really looking forward to come home even if it’s just for a short visit. ❤

  1. Prime the eyelids with Urban Decay’s eyeshadow primer potion anti-aging. Highlight under the eyebrows with a white eyeshadow. Blend in Yellow above the crease.
  2. Right under Yellow blend in AB 13 (orange).
  3. Apply Magenta to the outer mobile eyelid and blend up in the crease and outwards.
  4. Apply NYX Jumbo Eyepencil in MILK over the mobile eyelid and over it apply Flamingo.
  5. Apply NYX Jumbo Eyepencil in MILK also in the waterline and under the lower lashline. Over it apply AB 85 (blue).
  6. Close to the inner corner of the eye under the lower lashline apply a gold eyeshadow.
  7. Apply Inglot’s AMC eyeliner gel nr 74 and make a wing.
  8. Apply Eyeko’s skinny brush mascara and put on Ardell’s Color Impact Demi Wispies in Plum.
  9. Contour the face using Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit and GLow Kit. On the cheeks apply YSL Blush Volupté Passionnee nr 6.
  10. Line the lips with Illamasqua’s Lip Colouring Pencil Media and over it apply Nabla Cosmetics Diva Crime Modern Matte Lipstick Vertigo.
  11. Set the makeup with Urban Decay’s chill makeup setting spray. Done!