Last weekend our class organised a fashionshow at Galan 2016 - an event for finnishswedish bloggers in Finland. We had been planning this fashionshow now since the beginning of this semester and now finally the whole show happened!

The clothes for the show came from Gina Tricot, Bik Bok, Carlings, Intersport and local companies Karisma, Minun/Min, Aukia and Najs lifestyle.

The theme for our show was sporty AW16 fashion, and of course with a hint of glitter - the name of our fashionshow was 'Wearable but WOW'.


Our class of Sk15 :)

Pictures above taken by Joni Keko.

Loved my makeup that day, did some red and orange tones with a black liner. I also added burgundy lips so my lips didn't end up too pale.

Eyes: eyeshadows from BH cosmetics and Nyx cosmetics, liner from Oriflame

Contour: Nyx cosmetics

Highlight: Carli Bybel palette


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I did this look with bodypaint earlier this week in school. Really love how it turned out - I'm happy with my choice of colors, the purple brings a nice shadow to the pink. I also added some black to the brows and false lashes to get more depth to the look.

I took inspiration for this from pinterest.

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Here are two makeup-looks I did earlier this fall. The first one is a more festive makeup with some plum and brown shades that I thought fit her eyes and personal style. I wanted to lighten up the look a bit with some bright red/orange lipstick. I didn't want to make a it too dramatic since she normally doesnt use any makeup at all.

The second one is a day look in which I used a lot of orange shades mixed with some warm browns. I added some shimmery eyeshadow in the inner corner to brighten the look and added quite a natural lipcolor to keep it soft. I really like how the orange and warm brown bring up her blue eyes!

Both the client and me were happy with both looks - although they were both very surprised for a moment after they saw the final look since they aren't that used to having any makeup on.

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Last week I did this makeup practicing ethnical makeup on Sofia. She has just died her hair red (which I think is just awesome and suits her so well!) so I wanted the makeup to go along with her new hair. So I picked a rusty red/copper color for her eyes and some dark purple for the lips. (The color on the lips is a bit uneven - I found the lipstick I used quite hard to work with, and especially with a dark color like this when you want it to be perfect it's quite critical.)

But, I was still very happy with this look and so was Sofia!


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For the last few weeks we've been going through some hairstyles from different time periods - all the way from the renaissance to the 80's. We got to choose a few to style hair according to that time period, and so I chose the renaissance and the 60's.

I made the renaissaince look with a modern twist and the 60's look was a bit inspired from Audrey Hepburns hair in Breakfast at Tiffany's and the makeup from Twiggys iconic makeup look.

I'm quite happy with these and I think the renaissance look has a nice romantic vibe in it and the 60's look a cute girlish vibe. 

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About a month ago I participated in a photoshoot, with two others from my class, where I got to do makeup on two of the three models. I did the makeup with the shimmery violet and the bright red and yellow.

Here are some of the final photos.


​Photos by Sara Bodegard from Studio Sara

Models: Anna Tuulensuu, Anni Laakso and Lotta Isosaari. 

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Yesterday in school we had this super fun assignment. Our teacher gave us a picture of a makeup-look that we were supposed to copy - here's the result.


And here's the picture I was supposed to copy. I mostly used body paint from Grimas for this look and also a few different shades of lipstick that I mixed together.

This assignment was so much fun! I've always loved painting and also went to artschool a few years back. The only difference to painting was that here my canvas was a face! Definately want to do this again.

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An assignment we got in school was to create 3 look-a-likes of basically anyone. It could be a character from a movie, a celebrity or just a 'copy' of a photo. Here are the 3 ones i created.


​So I chose Grace Kelly, a random mermaidinspired photo I found on pinterest and Princess Leia from Star Wars. 

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Here's my outfit from today! Black mesh type of skirt with a white tee, white laced shoes, my floral bomber - and finished it off with some Nyx soft matte lipcream in the color 'Copenhagen'.


​Oufit: Floral bomber -Colosseum / White tee - Bik Bok / Mesh skirt - Monki / Shoes - DinSko / Bag - Zara

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Hi! Wow, this week has been so busy for me... A lot of school assignments to do, but very fun and creative ones!

This one I did yesterday which is a mermaid inspired makeup look that I came up with. I got the inspiration for this from some photos I looked up on pinterest. You can find me on pinterest here. (I love pinterest so I have lots and lots of boards there for inspiration). So for this look I used sequins, decorative stones and glitter eyeshadow. I'm very happy with the result of it!


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