Fantastisk fin og inspirerande blogg! ^_^
Lurer på om du har nokre tips for å få øyenskygge til å sitta ordentlig. Eg føler at eg har så vidt fått den på før den vert øydelagd og forsvinner.
Hei Tone! Tusen takk Øyenskygge kan være tricky, men jeg synes det hjelper veldig med en primer av noe slag. Jeg liker MAC sine paint pots (særlig i fargen Painterly), men har hørt mye bra om Urban Decay sin primer potion også.
Hi! I found your blog looking around for some fashion illustration tips. I teach sewing to to high school students and many are interested in illustration, which I am not very good at!! Love all your sketches and am adding your blog to my “favorites”. I saw the comments were in Norwegian and it caught my eye- my sister lives in Fredrikstad and has been there for 10 years… I’ve visited several times and love it I will keep reading your posts!
Oh, thank you, Laura! How lovely that you stumbled across my little blog – and it’s even lovelier that you like it I’ve actually been to Fredrikstad, but only for about ten minutes to catch a train, unfortunately. I’d love to see more of Norway, perhaps go on a road trip one summer.
Would love to subscribe and receive your posts to my email account. I couldn’t find a place where you had an option for this? Just thought I’d ask if you did LOVE your blog!
I found your site a few days ago and have read through all your archives, you have a lot of great posts. I’ll be putting you blog in my rss feeder.
Hello! I stumbled across your blog when I was debating getting a pixie cut. I have a very round face so I was scared to get one until I saw your blog and the same day I marched down to hair salon and got it and I love it so so so much!!!
Also I decided to venture deeper in the depths of your blog and I adore it so far.
One question though, since I got the pixie cut, I don’t know if I can wear my dresses anymore without looking odd. They don’t have long sleeves they’re like a tank-top sleeve and I was just wondering if you had any clothes-related advice for my petite self.
Thank you and I adore your blog!
Hi K.c.! Thank you for leaving me a comment, and how wonderful to hear that you dared to get that pixie (and ended up loving it so) In my opinion, dresses look fantastic on pixie girls, because of the contrast between the feminine garment and the not-as-traditionally-feminine hairstyle. As long as you dress with lines and proportions in mind (http://lostinaspotlessmind.com/2012/11/defining-style-how-to-dress-for-your-shape/), and in a style that makes you feel good, your hair will simply be an extention of your personal style. Good luck, darling!
First all very beautiful name.I found your blog from google.
You have good interests. I appreciate your work
My question is that you said you teach photoshop and portfolio making.
If i’m interested to learn so whats the condition and how can you teach me?
One more thing lipstick suits you Alot … <3
Waiting to listen from your side soon.
Thank you Waleed! I used to teach photoshop and portfolio making at a school here in Oslo, but I resigned this spring and therefore don’t teach anymore, unfortunately
You only studied English for 1 year? That’s remarkable! I had come to the conclusion that you had grown up speaking your own language and English. You definitely have outstanding language skills – along with your other gifts. Your writing in English is so beautiful and expressive. I am very impressed.
Chris in California
Oh, thank you Chris! English is mandatory in Norwegian schools from we are quite young, so most Norwegians are at least semi-fluent in the language. My father taught English when I was growing up, so I guess I learnt even more of the language than what’s normal. He’d always make us play English word games in the car, or ask us what this and that was in English, and got me hooked on Harry Potter when I was around 11 – the books hadn’t yet been translated to Norwegian, so I had to read them in the original language, which was a great incentive to improve my skills I’ve been reading more books in English than Norwegian ever since, really, and I get a lot of writing practice as my online persona is mostly English. Again, thank you for your kind words!
I love your blog and just saw the new design – great! Your way of writing is so relatable and fresh and your topic are, too. I am, by the way, in the same ‘let your pixie grow out’ phase and I’m always checking how you style it – that helps a lot!
I wish you a great weekend!
Annika from Germany
Thank you, Annika! How lovely of you to take the time to comment, I appreciate it
For starters I want to tell you that I love your blog. Your writing is great, very thoughtful, pleasant and thought provoking. As a person who struggled with confidence, self-acceptance and loving myself I really appreciate what you discuss and bring up. I thought you might find the following website and its positive message inspiring Healthy is the new skinny.
It’s great to see more conversations about healthy body image and self-acceptance come up and even appear in commercials nowadays. The woman who started the website is a model, and she was, what they call a “plus-size” model at least at some point.
She created an modeling agency for natural women of different shapes and sizes. I think it’s great that this is starting to come up. It’s important for people to accept people of different constitution: skinny or not, petite and tall. Being kind and accepting is so important, and just is important being that way towards oneself as it is towards others. Keep on going, you are doing a great job
Thank you, Polina, both for your encouraging words and the links! Seeing a wider variety of models is so inspiring As for “healthy is the new skinny”, I have a… complicated relationship with that, but it’s hopefully a step in the right direction, at least.
I am in love with your blog! I stumbled upon it while looking up pros and cons of getting a Pixie cut, I’m a curvy gal so I was hesitant. Thanks to your fabulous blog I got the pixie cut I’ve waited 20 years for and it’s wonderful. Now I’m reading your blog for more tips to help me continue to work on my own sense of vintage inspired style. Plus your ways to style a pixie have come in handy.
Thank you so much from the bottom of my hourglass shaped heart!
Oh, that’s awesome, Chelsey! Well done you, for being so brave And thank _you_!
Thank you so much for your wonderful blog! I look forward to each email telling me you have written another post. With love from Tasmania .
A comment from Tasmania, how exciting! This is what I love about blogging/the Internet, how you “meet” people from all over the world I’m glad you like my posts, darling!
Hi Maria!I found your beautiful blog while looking on pinterest for a good way to find my skin tone.Well your method is the easier and smartest!And works well too!I’ll definitely add your blog to my favorities:-)Have a nice day!Love,from Italy
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