WHY YOU SHOULD ADD SCARFS TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD SCARFS TO YOUR WARDROBE

Top row (left to right)
//1 Sand Agate Silk Scarf (Weston, £75) – //2 Aspinal Signature Shield Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //3 Fendi Printed Silk Scarf (NET-A-PORTER, £130, *) – //4 Aspinal Feather Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £85)
Bottom row (left to right)
//5 Pegasus Silk Twill Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //6 Gucci Printed Silk Scarf (NET-A-PORTER, £310, *) – //7 Horseshoe Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //8 Monmouth Fluorite Silk Scarf (Weston, £75)

Scarfs have become a big obsession of mine lately. I have not always been this into this kind of quadratic scarfs, but I love how versatile they are and how many ways you can use them to style up your outfit. The classic way would definitely be to tie it around your neck, which I think looks so classy! You can tie the scarf in many different ways, but the way I prefer it is something like how the Fendi scarf (*) in my collage above.

You can also use the scarf as a hair accessory! If the scarf is large enough, you can tie it around your head like a headband. My favourite way to use a scarf as a hair accessory is to tie it around a ponytail or a bun! Another way to wear a scarf on you is to use it as a bracelet! If you want to include a scarf into your outfit, but you don’t feel like wearing one, then you can tie it around the handle of your bag! This is another styling method I really adore!

I hope you liked this scarf inspiration! I am sorry that all of the scarfs I have included in my collage are rather pricey, but I could not find any budget-friendly scarfs that I was into, and I do not want to include anything I don’t like. A scarf does of course not have you cost you a minimum of £75. I think my favourite scarf from the collage might be the second one from the left in the top row! Let me know in the comments which scarf is your favourite and how you like to wear your scarfs! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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TUTORIAL: ORANGE & GREEN CLEAN CUT CREASE

TUTORIAL: ORANGE & GREEN CLEAN CUT CREASE

I will be the first one to say that I am a bit tired of doing summery eyeshadow looks. So since fall is just around the corner, I wanted to start early on the fall eyeshadow looks and this will be the first one! I was inspired to do this look by @alicekingmakeup but I wanted to use some more fall appropriate colours even though I still think you can use the colours she used for fall. I do not think this is the typical kind of a cut crease which is why I chose to call this look a clean cut crease. I don’t know if that makes sense haha. Please keep on reading if you want to learn how I created this look.

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Soft Ochre and used the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (*) to set it. I then went in with the eyeshadow “Charm” from the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Androgyny Palette with the Crease Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. I applied “Charm” in the shape I wanted my eyeshadow to be. I made sure the edges of “Charm” was blended with a clean Classic Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. I then made the cut crease using the LA Girl Pro Conceal and the Small Foundation Concealer Brush from Coastal Scents and a brush I don’t know where’s from but it looks something like the Fine Liner Brush from Coastal Scents but I know it is not. I used the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (*) to set the cut crease.

I then applied the “Military” eyeshadow from the Androgyny Palette around the cut crease using the Smudge Brush from Real Techniques and blended it out with both the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents and the Base Shadow Brush from Real Techniques (*). You do not need to be careful with the blending as you can clean up the cut crease again. When I was happy with the blending, I used the same Smudge Brush to apply the eyeshadow “Pinehurst” from Coastal Scents as close to the cut crease as possible and made sure I did not apply too much. I used the Pointed Blender Brush to blend out any harsh edges of “Pinehurst“. I then cleaned up the edges of the cut crease with the Fine Liner Brush and some of the LA Girl Pro Conceal.

I then finished up the look by applying some of the “White Sand” and “Golden Dawn” from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Ultimate Glow Kit to my inner corner and brow bone. I curled my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) and applied some of the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara (*) to my upper lashes. I felt that some false eyelashes were appropriate for this look, so I applied the Eylure Luxe False Lashes in Solitaire (*, **).

I really love how this look turned out! I can’t believe summer has already passed! I am so ready for all of the upcoming fall looks! Let me know if you have any specific looks or ideas you think could be interesting for fall! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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8 DESIGNER CROSSBODY BAGS I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER CROSSBODY BAGS I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Alexander McQueen Skull Chain Wallet (Farfetch, £1190, *) – //2 Valentino Garavani The Rockstud Spike (NET-A-PORTER, £1800) – //3 Fendi Kan I (Farfetch, £1950, *) – //4 Gucci GG Marmont (NET-A-PORTER, £1420) – //5 Fendi Kan I Red (NET-A-PORTER, £1650) – //6 Alexander McQueen Jewelled Satchel (NET-A-PORTER, £1690) – //7 Prada Piastra Metal Filigree (Farfetch, £1630, *) – //8 Valentino Garavani The Rockstud (NET-A-PORTER, £1620)

Crossbody bags may be one of my favourite styles of bags. I like that they are available in different sizes, shapes, and forms. Here I have gathered 8 designer crossbody bags that I am into at the moment. My favourite of them might be the Fendi Kan I at #3 (*) as I really like their monogram and their colours and the red bow really give it something different. I also really like the size of it. The style is also available in a very fall appropriate red at #5 which I also really adore!

I don’t know why, but I have always loved accessories with skulls. Take the Alexander McQueen bags at #1 (*) and #6 as an example! I think these two bags are very fashionable and interesting due to the skull details. My favourite of the two is the black one at #1 (*) as I think the pattern of the black leather is really gorgeous and I love that the skull design is made to put your fingers though so it can be held as a clutch as well.

I am in love with the Rockstud bags from Valentino as well (#2 and #8)! Both styles are available in other shades as well if you don’t think a pink bag is a perfect match for your wardrobe haha. I think both styles are so edgy yet feminine which will make them suitable for whatever style you have! Another weakness of mine is the Gucci bags and Gucci GG hardware (#4). I think the colour of this ones makes it so versatile and easy to wear as it can be worn with literally every outfit.

The last bag from the collage that I need to talk about is the Prada Piastra Metal Filigree at #7 (*). The reason I find this bag so interesting is due to the silver metal detail on the front. It reminds me of a gate into a fantasy world, I don’t know if it makes sense but that is what it reminds me off haha.

I hope you enjoyed a bit of crossbody bag inspiration. Let me know in the comments which crossbody bag from the collage above that is your favourite! If you are not into expensive crossbody bags or if you are on a budget, then why don’t you take a look at my “10 Crossbody Bags Under 10 Pounds“? Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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HARRY POTTER MAKEUP SERIES: RAVENCLAW INSPIRED MAKEUP LOOK

HARRY POTTER MAKEUP SERIES: RAVENCLAW INSPIRED MAKEUP LOOK

Yet another look in my Harry Potter Makeup Series where I get inspired by characters etc. from the universe! This time I took the colours of the Ravenclaw house as my inspiration! This is far from my favourite look and while creating this I really wanted to wipe it all off soooo many times. I do not think a half cut crease is hard to do, but the blue shade really bugged me as it came off rather patchy. But I think I made it work. I was tempted to do an actual ravens claw where the wing of my eyeliner is, but I did not want to push my luck so I just went with a normal winged liner.

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre and used the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (*) to set it. I then went in with the dark blue “Swallow” eyeshadow from the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Androgyny Palette and used the Base Shadow Brush from Real Techniques (*) to lay down the shadow. I then blended out the edges of “Swallow” with a clean Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. I then applied “Swallow” under my lower lashes with the same Base Shadow Brush (*) and blended it out with the Pointed Blender Brush.

I then made a half cut crease using the Dermacol Make-Up Cover Foundation and the Small Foundation Concealer Brush from Coastal Scents. On top of the wet half cut crease, I applied “Déjà Vu” from the Androgyny Palette using the Smudge Brush from Real Techniques to apply it. The reason why I used the dark blue and the bronze shade is that it is the house colours of Ravenclaw. I then made a winged liner using the NYX Matte Liquid Liner (*). I finished up the look by curling my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) and applied some of the Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara to my lashes.

I hope you enjoyed this Ravenclaw inspired makeup look. Please let me know if you have any characters or creatures you want me to be inspired by next! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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8 IPHONE CASES UNDER 10 POUNDS

8 IPHONE CASES UNDER 10 POUNDS

Top row, L -> R
Snakeskin Metal Ring Case (£1.90) – Clear Case (£8) – Black Marble Case (£1) – Ivory PU Leather Case (£1)
Bottom row, L -> R
Brown Snakeskin Case (£1.70) – Clear Floral Case (£3) – Personalised Marble Case (£1.50) – Shockproof Case (£1)

7 out of 8 of the cases seen in the collage above are from eBay. The reason why is that I personally buy the most of my iPhone cases there as they are cheap and you can get some pretty cool ones! I do own the one to the left on the top row, and even though it is under 3 pounds is it still quite good quality. A case like this one is nice to wear with something like an all-black outfit if you want to make your outfit more exciting. If you are not into the whole door-knob situation, then I have included a case which looks like plain snakeskin. Both of the cases are available in other colours than shown.

If you are not into the whole snake-vibe but still like the animal vibe, then I think the PU leather case is more for you. I really like the look of this one and like that it is available in three different colours in total.

Other cases I like are the marble ones. In the collage, I have included two iPhone cases with marble, one plain and one that is personalised. The plain marble case is available in other colours as well and the personalised one is also available in other designs. The reason why I like marble cases is that I find them very feminine and they go with every outfit.

If you don’t want to “hide” your iPhone with a case, then I think a clear case is what you should get. You can still show off the back of your iPhone with this clear case with floral prints if you think an all-clear case gets too boring. The floral case is also available in other floral designs. You could also go for a case that matches the colour of your iPhone. In the collage, I have shown this case as red but it is available in a lot of other shades including the iconic iPhone colours like silver, gold, and rose gold!

I hope you enjoyed this inspirational post on where to get cheap iPhone cases. Remember when you are shopping on eBay not to get your hopes up too high. I once received iPhone cases that had no room for the buttons on the side of the phone (volume buttons and lock button). Please, let me know where you buy your iPhone cases and how much you are willing to spend on them! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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TUTORIAL: MONARCH BUTTERFLY EYES

TUTORIAL: MONARCH BUTTERFLY EYES

This might not be the most wearable makeup look you have ever seen. I was inspired by @arielmakeup on Instagram and the monarch butterfly to create this look. @arielmakeup made a look inspired by a blue butterfly where mine is inspired by the orange monarch butterfly. I wanted to create a look inspired by the monarch butterfly as it is one of the most common butterflies here in Denmark. I then found the work of @arielmakeup which inspired me even more to do it! If you want to see how I created this look, then please keep on reading!

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre and used some of the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (*) to set it. I used the monarch butterfly on the right as my inspiration. I outlined the wing on my lids using the Lancôme Le Crayon Khol Eyeliner in Black (*) as it is easier to cover up with concealer than a liquid eyeliner if you want to change anything. You can use any black pencil eyeliner, this was just the first one I grabbed. The outline does not have to be pretty or precise as you can clean it up afterwards. But you do want to make sure that your outline isn’t too thick. When I was happy with the outline of the wing, I used the NYX Cosmetics Matte Liquid Liner (*) to draw on top of the initial outline and to make some of the thicker lines in the wing.

Now it is time to apply some eyeshadow. As you can see in the photo I used as inspiration/guideline, the wing of the butterfly is not all one colour. Near the body of the butterfly, the wing starts out yellow, it then transitions into an orange shade, then a deep orange which at last turns into a red-orange. I started out by applying some of the Bright Yellow eyeshadow from Coastal Scents to the inner part of my lid using the Pointed Detail Brush from Coastal Scents to apply it. I used the Pointed Detail Brush to apply all of the eyeshadows on the lid as I wanted to be precise. I then applied the Orange Crush eyeshadow from Coastal Scents to the rest of the wing and made sure it was blended into the yellow eyeshadow I first applied. To deepen up the outer part of the wing I used some eyeshadows from the Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills (*). I applied some of the eyeshadow Realgar to the part which is a darker orange. I then went into both Red Ochre and Love Letter for the parts which are redder. I then lightly brushed the Classic Blender Brush from Coastal Scents over the liner parts to get excess eyeshadow off. In some parts, I also reapplied the liquid eyeliner (*).

Next, I applied some of the Matte Liquid Liner (*) as an actual eyeliner at my upper lashes. I did this so the lines in the wings would have something to connect to. I then used the same Matte Liquid Liner (*) to make the thinner lines of the wing. I tried to somewhat follow the pattern of the photo, but you can do it however you want. To finish up the wing, I applied some white and yellow dots with a somewhat similar placement as seen in the photo. I used the NYX Cosmetics White Liquid Liner (*) and the NYX Cosmetics Vivid Brights Eyeliner in Halo (*).

To complete the look, I went in with Orange Crush on my lower lashline with the Pointed Detail Brush and used some of Bright Yellow and the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents to blend it out. I used the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) to curl my lashes and applied some of the Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara.

So there you have it! This look might be my favourite look I have ever done! I really loved doing it even though it took a lot of time and patience. If you ever try to recreate this, then please share it on Instagram and tag me @simonehjulmand as I would love to see your take on it! Let me know in the comments if you like these more creative and graphic makeup looks! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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30 SHADES OF BRONZE

30 SHADES OF BRONZE

//1 Straight-leg Pants (£490, Petar Petrov on NET-A-PORTER) – //2 Tuxedo Style Playsuit (£30, Boohoo, *) – //3 Pigment in Copper Sparkle (£16.63, MAC Cosmetics on ASOS, *) – //4 Lurex Sweater (£465, JoosTricot on NET-A-PORTER) – //5 Gradual Tan Tinted Body Lotion (£22, St. Tropez on PrettyLittleThing, *) – //6 Ribbed Bandeau Bikini Top (£18, River Island) – //7 Round Glasses (£12.29, ASOS DESIGN, *) – //8 Snake Heel Bootie (£40, NastyGal) – //9 Python Shoulder Bag (£2180, Tom Ford on NET-A-PORTER) – //10 Ruched Detail Bodycon Dress (£20, Boohoo, *) – //11 Tinted Tanning Primer (£18, St. Tropez on PrettyLittleThing, *) – //12 Silk-satin Top (£345, Vince on NET-A-PORTER) – //13 Jumbo Eye Pencil in French Fries (£5.78, NYX on ASOS, *) – //14 Embroidered Bodycon Dress (£29, Topshop, *) – //15 Rockstud Sequined Leather Pumps (£720, Valentino on NET-A-PORTER) – //16 Long Sleeve Maxi Dress (£30, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //17 Wrap Top (£28, River Island) – //18 Tanga Bikini Set (£70, Topshop, *) – //19 Slim Hair Tie (£6.14, Invisibobble on ASOS, *) – //20 Twist Front Jumper (£20, New Look, *) – //21 Wrap-effect Thong Bodysuit (£180, Tuxe Bodywear on NET-A-PORTER) – //22 Trench Coat (£7540, Ralph & Russo on NET-A-PORTER) – //23 Coin Chain Pendant (£4, New Look, *) – //24 Knit Vest (£28, River Island) – //25 Embellished Satin Slippers (£400, ZYNE on NET-A-PORTER) – //26 Tie Waist Shirt Dress (£28, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //27 Quilted Leather Shoulder Bag (£1450, Saint Laurent on Farfetch) – //28 Twist Front Frill Hem Top (£24, River Island) – //29 Contrast Panel High Waisted Mini Skirt (£22, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //30 Galactic Glitter in Copper (£16.63, MAC Cosmetics on ASOS, *)

Well… that is quite a long list for the items… I hope you can forgive me for how long it is! I think these “30 SHADES OF” posts are quite fun to make even though they are fairly time-consuming, especially if I have chosen a rather “odd” colour to find the items in. Like bronze/copper. I don’t know if people categorize bronze and copper as the same colour. I read online that bronze is made of 90% copper, so I thought I also would include the items that web shops had called “copper”. In some websites, the same items would appear if I searched for “bronze” or “copper”.

I think, that bronze clothing items – metallic clothing items in general – are what you would categorize as the centre of the outfit. That is at least what I would think! With that, I mean that the eye-catching clothing item would be the one in focus. I would, therefore, pair it with more neutral pieces of clothing. Let us take the fancy pants by Petar Petrov at #1 as an example. I would pair these pants with a black or white top such as a turtleneck top or a simple T-shirt depending on the weather, and then a pair of court heels with the same colour as the top to tie the outfit together. I would go for court heels as they are more simple heels and not so “attention-seeking” so they would let the pants have their moment.

I have completely fallen in love with the two bags I have found (Tom Ford at #9 and Saint Laurant at #27)! I could not find any budget-friendly bags in bronze, but a lot in gold and rose gold popped up when I searched for bronze. I think these two bags can be worn with every plain and somewhat colour neutral outfit to spice it up a bit.

Some of my favourite items from the collage above might be the more everyday tops from Vince at #12 and River Island at #28. Both of these would go great with a pair of cowboy jeans in either blue or white and whatever kind of shoe you want to wear it with! I think these two tops are very versatile and are so easy to style!

I hope you enjoyed this bronze/copper inspiration! Let me know in the comments what item(s) from the collage above are your favourite(s)! My absolute favourite item might be the knit from JoosTricot at #4! I think it would compliment my blonde hair colour a lot (I actually think it would compliment every hair colour!) and it would also be very easy to style so it would be an item I would get a lot of wear out of. Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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TUTORIAL: HEATWAVE MAKEUP LOOK

TUTORIAL: HEATWAVE MAKEUP LOOK

It has been a hot summer this year! In Denmark, we have had a much hotter summer than witnessed in many years due to the heatwave. I wanted to do something “inspired by” the heatwave and I wanted to do a fairly wearable look as my last ones have been not so wearable but more creative. If you want to learn how I created this look, then please keep on reading!

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre and used the eyeshadow Chamois Nude from Coastal Scents to set it. I then applied some of the Warm Taupe eyeshadow from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette (*) to my crease with the Crease Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. With the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents, I layed down some of the Cyprus Umber eyeshadow from the Modern Renaissance Palette (*) on my lid. I blended out the edges of Cyprus Umber with the Crease Blender Brush and a bit of Warm Taupe. When the edges of Cyprus Umber were blended out, I lightly applied some of the Burnt Orange eyeshadow from the Modern Renaissance Palette (*) to my crease with the Crease Blender Brush.

I cleaned the Pointed Blender Brush and applied some of the Warm Taupe eyeshadow to my lower lashline. I cleaned up the edges of the shadow with the Chamois Nude shadow and the Luxie 209 Large Shader Eye Brush. With the Smudge Brush from Real Techniques, I applied some of the Atomic Apricot from Coastal Scents to the middle of my lid. On the very centre of the orange shimmer shadow I just applied, I layed down some of the 18 Karat Gold from Coastal Scents using a sponge-tip applicator.

I then finished up the look by applying some of the NYX Cosmetics Wonder Pencil in Light (*) to my waterline. I curled my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) and applied some of the Essence Cosmetics Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara to my upper lashes.

Even though the weather has been extremely hot this summer, I hope you enjoyed it anyway! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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OUTFIT: GRAPHIC STRAPLESS TOP AND PATENT LEATHER LOAFERS

OUTFIT: GRAPHIC STRAPLESS TOP AND PATENT LEATHER LOAFERS

Graphic Top (by Malene Birger, not available as I’ve had it for a long time) // Skirt (H&M) // Loafers (Nelly, similar HERE (*)) // Thin simple rings (Spinning Jewellery, they once had a set with them but I can only find one similar of one of them HERE) // Big ring of circles (Pernille Corydon)

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TUTORIAL: SUMMERTIME SPOTLIGHT CUT CREASE

TUTORIAL: SUMMERTIME SPOTLIGHT CUT CREASE

I can not believe that it is August already! There is only one month left of the official summer months which makes me so sad as summer is my favourite time of the year. I want to keep making summery makeup looks for a while, so I wanted this to be a very colourful one. This does not only remind me of summer but also of the 80’s because of the funky colours hahaha. I hope you enjoy this colourful makeup look!

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre. I then went in on top of the unset primer with a pink shadow. I used the blush to the right on the bottom row from the Makeup Revolution Blush Palette All About Pink which I no longer can find on their website, so I don’t know if they don’t make it anymore, but I found it somewhere else (linked on the name of the item) if you are interested. I used the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents to pack on the pink shadow. I used a piece of paper on the outer edge of my eye to get the sharp edge. I will not keep the sharp edge for long as it just was to get the right shape of the shadow. I then blended out the edges of the pink shadow with the lightest blush from the same Blush Palette (the one to the left on the top row) with the Crease Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. With the same Pointed Blender Brush, I applied some of the same pink blush under my lower lashes and I blended it out with the same Crease Blender Brush and a bit of the lightest blush.

On my inner corner, I applied some of the Bright Yellow eyeshadow from Coastal Scents with the Pointed Detail Brush from Coastal Scents. I then went on to do the spotlight cut crease. I used the LA Girl Pro Conceal in Porcelain and the Small Foundation Concealer Brush from Coastal Scents to carve it out. I then applied Blue Zircon from Coastal Scents on top of the still wet concealer with the Smudge Brush from Real Techniques. Before dipping into the Blue Zircon eyeshadow, I used some NYX Cosmetics Setting Spray with Dewy Finish (*) to wet my brush so the shimmery eyeshadow would go on even more vibrant than if I applied it dry.

To complete the makeup look I applied some of White Sand (*) from the Ultimate Glow Kit by Anastasia Beverly Hills (*) on the yellow inner corner to make it pop even more. I curled my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) and applied some of the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara (*) to my upper lashes. I also applied some of the NYX Cosmetics Wonder Pencil in Light (*) on my waterline to brighten up my eyes.

I hope you enjoyed this rather 80’s look hahaha. I think it was so fun creating it with all of these bright colours! Let me know if this is something you would dare to wear out! I don’t think I would wear an eye look like this unless it was for something like a party where it would fit in. Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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