Mornings In Denmark

This is one of many Mornings In _______ posts in which gorgeous women from all over the world let us peek at their breakfast and beauty routines. Fun, right?
Hometown: Jyderup
Age: 25
Occupation: Student at a Folk High School which is a traditional Danish school based on the concept of learning solely for the joy of learning.
My alarm is set for:
8 am. Sometimes my roommate set her alarm for 7 am to go running and we both wake up and then go straight back to sleep.
Most mornings I eat:
Oatmeal porridge, it’s such a good winter food, sometimes I put apple sauce on top, I summer I mostly eat shredded oats with milk and diced apple. The cook at my school makes all the food I eat.
My beauty routine consists of:
Most days I only wear mascara, I use Power Volume Mascara from Nilens Jord. I use cold pressed coconut oil from Urtekram as an all round moisturizer. It smells like candy and makes my skin feel nice and soft even in winter, it’s also quite tasty!My hair is completely straight, silky and not that thick, I try to combat all of those qualities by using a salt water spray I get from a store called Matas. They carry products from many brands and also have their own range of things, many of which are perfume-free. Allergy prevention and awareness has become a big thing here in resent years.
Then, I head to work by:
I’m living at my school at the moment so I just put on my slippers and skip up two flights of stairs. I’ve been enjoying that tremendously, but at the same time I look forward to going back to Copenhagen and riding my bike everywhere. Biking is very popular in Copenhagen year round, even though it sometimes in winter resemble ice skating a bit much.
Thanks for sharing, Anne-Kristine! Any other Danish readers out there? What’s your breakfast and beauty routine?Β 



Omg. Just googled Folk High School and now I totally want to go for a two-week course! Love it. πŸ™‚


We have folk high schools in Norway as well, it's not just danish πŸ™‚ Most people go there after leaving high school at 19-20 years old. Especially if they're not sure of what they want to study yet.


Delightful. I'm going to try wearing slippers to work here in California. "They do it in Denmark, you know," will be my defense.


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