Cat eye

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    I have had very sensitive eyes the last few days, I have so sometimes, I think they are dry in certain periods! So when I was going to Stockholm yesterday, I took the safe before the unsafe and did a make-up where all the darkness ends up on the top of the eye. Then you can dry tears without thinking about the makeup being destroyed :)

    In addition, it is crazy nice too, the eyes get such a cool eye shape when you make the cat eye fixed only on the top!

    Hope you like the look :)


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    step-by-step makeup

    1. Black eye shadow at the end of the eyelid, Paese Kashmir Matte Black Eyeshadow.
    2. Wine red-purple eye shadow in the middle of the eyelid, YAG Mineral Eyeshadow (Pink Berry)
    3. White eye shadow innermost on the eyelid and in the corner of the eye, Eco mineral eye shadow (Snow White)
    4. Fade the edges.
    5. Black eyeliner with wing, Paese Penliner.
    6. Black mascara on all lashes, Paese Adore 3D Lash Mascara.


    Lipstick, Paese Lipstick with argan oil in shade no. 2.


    Kiss hug! 

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    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


    1. Hey! Revlon used to be (I hope, and still is not) one of the worst "bad guys" when it comes to testing cosmetics on animals. I was very committed to animal testing in the late 80's and the whole 90's and I especially remember the horror pictures from Revlon's tests. Thanks to the persistent work of animal rights organizations, I believe that the EU at least eventually banned cosmetic tests on animals. Now I am no longer loaded on the subject but I hope and believe that it no longer occurs at all (nor that individual ingredients may be animal tested). It struck me a little that you who are a little younger, born in the late 80's and 90's, may not even know what it was like!

      I really hope that Revlon has stopped its animal tests and of course that no other cosmetics company is doing it either. Hug!!

      • Oops I did not know… Googled around a bit (no deep research) and it seems that Revlon has stopped its animal tests, but is still on the list of animal tested products as their products are sold in China. China tests all its products before they are brought into the country (which is awful!) So many brands are tested on animals for that reason, even though they do not test their products themselves. But yes, as I understand it, animal testing and the sale of animal-tested products are completely illegal in the EU, but that products that were animal-tested before that law came may still be sold, but news must not have been tested on animals if they can be sold in the EU - with in other words, Revlon's news in Sweden is not animal tested (if I understood the matter correctly). Thanks for your comment, very important topic! Hug

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