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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


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Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 14 April, 2013

Blev så glad förra veckan när vi på redaktionen fick prova det här eco-vänliga nagellacket från Kure Bazaar. Skaparen av märket är modellen Kartika Luyet som berättar om hur ideen föddes. “It all began when I was pregnant with my son, I had this “awakening” and I started to be more and more conscious of […]

Blev så glad förra veckan när vi på redaktionen fick prova det här eco-vänliga nagellacket från Kure Bazaar. Skaparen av märket är modellen Kartika Luyet som berättar om hur ideen föddes.

“It all began when I was pregnant with my son, I had this “awakening” and I started to be more and more conscious of what I was putting in my body. I chose as much as possible to eat organic and then it also drifted to my cosmetic choices. As much as I love nail polishes, during the first months after the birth of my baby, I had naturally stopped wearing them.”

Har haft på mig naglacket “stiletto” sen i onsdags och är mycket nöjd med hållbarheten. Nagellacket finns i 26 olika färger och kostar kring 150 kr.

 


1 Comment

Fröken H: Vilket bra tips, det där kommer jag nog köpa och prova! :) modemanifest.blogspot.se
April 14, 2013

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