Katrine Regnbue is a beauty YouTuber and Instagrammer from Denmark, and she’s an avid user of Zadaa for both selling and buying, and this week her fashion is featuring in Discover. With over a 16,000-plus Instagram following and a gorgeous wardrobe, we couldn’t wait to get to get a glimpse inside the life of beauty guru Katrine. From favourite designer to daily makeup routine, we’ve asked Katrine everything about fashion, beauty, life, travel and more.
Get to know Katrine by checking out how she answered our quick-fire questions below.
The first thing I do in the morning is?
Check my phone!
I would never leave home without?
My ‘go to’ outfit is?
Jeans, a tight top and my leather jacket.
Things I would spend a lot of money on?
Bags and foundations.
If I were to describe my personal style in one word, it would be?
The best thing about preloved shopping is?
The fashion pieces are often unique.
My favorite designer is?
When it comes to being a YouTuber, most people do not understand?
That it takes a crazy amount of time to film and edit a good video!
My guilty pleasure is?
Kims Sour Cream & Onion Chips!
My favorite influencer is?
I have quite a few of them, but one of them is YouTuber NikkieTutorials.
The coolest person I have ever met?
Hmm.. No idea.
A person I would like to meet?
Something people usually don’t know about me is?
That I always arrive in good time.
The last thing I googled was?
Stores in Nørrebro.
The hardest thing about being an influencer is?
The best thing about being an influencer is?
The support you get and that you can inspire others.
I keep fit by?
Exercising a lot.
My beauty routine includes?
Brows, foundation, blush, bronzer, highlighter and setting spray.
My favorite place to travel is?
Don’t really have a favorite place to travel. I always want to go to new destinations
One thing I’ve never done but would love to do is?
The best life advice I have ever received was?
That it’s your own choice to be happy!
Make sure to check out Katrine Regnbue’s boutique in Discover right now!
Pictures take by Photographer Sienna Rousseau