Four ways to get smokey eyes using conscious makeup only!
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Ella is wearing a natural active eye powder jumbo pen in the color light brown from Tromborg and a master mixer from RMS Beauty. The top is from second hand and the earrings are from Sara Robertsson.
Ella is wearing a mineral Eye shadow in the color Pixie Sparkle from Lily Lolo and a multi-stick Illuminator in the color Polka Dots & Moonbeams from Ilia beauty. The blouse is made from organic cotton-blend fabric, from Mango Committed Collection and the earring is from Knobbly Studio.
Ella is wearing a swift shadow in the color Garden Rose from RMS Beauty and a black mascara from Kjaer Weis. The organic cotton t-shirt is from Tshirt Store and the earring is from All Blues.
Ella is wearing a face cream from True organic of Sweden – “All you need is me” and an eye pencil from Couleur Caramel. The jacket is from Filippa K and the earrings are from Marimekko.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Sara Eriksson
Model Ella Lundström
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