Monthly Archives : March 2016

DIY: Essential oils


Essential oils are always a good thing to stock up on. There are many ways you can use them, not only for skin care. You could use them as an ingredient when cleaning, washing, candle making and much more! Learn more about how you can make this yourself, and create your own personal scent. For starters, there are three different…

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Do you love lace?


We do! Buzzfeed has written a perfect list of ideas of what you can do with lace and we want to share it with you! You can read the complete list here. Featured image from ourlifeisbeautiful.com

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Crispy Chocolate-nougat hearts by Tessan bakar


This Swedish food-blogger always brings out the most amazing recipes to make us drool. And this one is no exception, Tessan knows her stuff! These chocolate hearts will make your human-heart melt, and who knows, maybe you can use them to snag the special guy or girl your heart desires….? All the pictures in this post belongs to Tessan and…

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Warm Halloumi salad with Quinoa


What you need: 1-2 packages of halloumi. Look for one that is organic and made from milk. You don’t want the cheese with rennet. 4 portions of Quinoa 50 grams of Spinach 1 Red pepper 1 Yellow pepper 1 Red onion Olive oil Lemon Salt & pepper How to do it: Start by boiling the quinoa as per the instructions…

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DIY: Scented candles


Ever felt unusually creative before you’ve gotten your paycheck? You’re not alone. Therefore in this guide we tried to reuse as much as possible. Candle making is a great occupation for those rainy boring days before summer. When it comes to candle making, you need to be creative. Use whatever you find at home, it’s not about how pretty it looks during the…

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Asparagus soup, comfort in a bowl


If you live in Sweden like me, you will need warm comfort-food on cold February days. This asparagus soup with potatoes, parsnips and spinach is the perfect meal for any cold and rainy day. What you need: 200 grams of white and green asparagus 4-6 large potatoes 500 grams of parsnips 50 grams of diced spinach 2 yellow onions 5-10…

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A fika with international model Roger Dupé


Fashion9one1 sits down for a “fika” with model Roger Dupé in a busy coffee shop in his hometown Västerås, about an hour’s drive from Stockholm. Name: Roger Dupé Age: Just turned 25 Family: 2 sisters and a brother Occupation: Model Professional career: Has done campaigns for H&M, NK, Philipp Plein, Macy’s. Editorials for GQ France, Bon Magazine, Elle Sweden. Walked…

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Faces by Sandy


Shout out to all you girls out there who feel a bit lost in the make-up jungle! Don’t know what primer to use that will work with deep-toned skin colors? Does your makeup feel gloomy and dull as a result of winter-dry skin? Need a bit of guidance or inspiration in the makeup department? No need to spend lots of…

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DIY: Hair masks


No matter if your hair is dry, dull, thin or flat, we have the best masks for your hair type. All the ingredients is usually found in your kitchen, and you don’t have to worry about chemicals. Great for the environment and your wallet! What you will need: A glass bowl Something to stir with Container For dry/damaged hair: –…

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Budhan Theatre – for people who live with death


It’s not a performance, it’s a life on stage Who Are Chharas? Historically, Chharas comprised a group of nomadic people in India. When the British attempted to maintain the colonial regime in India, they used theories of crime being hereditary. In 1871 the CTA, Criminal Tribes Act, made the enforcement of restriction and harsh punishment for members of these now…

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