Autumn Beauty Essentials

Friday, 18 September 2015

Changes in the weather ask for changes in your beauty products. When autumn begins I love to change up my makeup looks. I tend to go for a darker lip, a bronze eye and warmer toned blushes in the autumn/winter months. 

These products are my absolute autumn essentials.


Apple & Flower Picking

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

I've been working at a tea room at a social care farm (a farm where people with disabilities work) for over four years now. I know it's a beautiful place where you can do lots of different things, like apple picking in autumn, strawberry picking in summer, flower picking and just walking around and enjoying the beautiful Dutch nature. But, because I'm always working at the tea room when I'm there, I never actually get to do these things. So last week I decided it was about time that I would take my camera and go to this beautiful place as a visitor, not as an employee. I asked my little nephew to come with me and on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon we finally went. 

Favourites of Summer 2015

Monday, 14 September 2015

Hey everyone!

I'm back after quite a long time of absence. The start of uni kind of kicked in. I always get a bit overwelmed by everything I need to do and it always makes me feel very stressed. But now that everything has gone back to normal it's time to start blogging again! 

Because we're almost at the second half of September (can you believe it?) I guess we can say summer is officially over. Not that I'm sad about it, because I am super excited for autumn and winter. September-December is without any doubt my favourite time of the year. Prepare for lots of blogposts with autumn in the title!

But for now, here's my last summer-related blogposts. Since I haven't done any monthly favourites over the past few months, I thought I would show you my summer favourites. These are my absolute favourite products and random things from the beginning of June until the end of August. 

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