Big Changes

Hi everyone!

I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted something. To be honest I had no inspiration at all and I was a bit stuck academically. As you probably know, I’ve had some difficulties in my first year at University. I wanted to stop studying Applied Linguistics and do something more creative. I thought Journalism would be perfect for me, but my parents had a different perspective on that subject so I was stuck again. 

It was a hard decision for me to make, but I know that choosing something that’s not a hundred per cent my thing would end up in a disaster. So I’ve decided to go working for a year to figure out what I want to do with my life. I will be taking evening courses in make-up because that’s something you can’t do in higher education and I really feel passionate about make-up. It’s a possibility that I won’t be returning to University if becoming a make-up artist works out for me. But I know that I have a second shot at obtaining a university degree if I want to.

I feel really grateful towards my parents because they are supporting me with my decision. The only thing I’m not allowed to do is staying at home doing nothing for a year, which I completely understand. That’s why I’m going to work. I haven’t found a job yet, but it’ll probably be in a shop or something similar since I only have a certificate of secondary school. 

Next week I will be looking for a job and enroll in Beauty School so I’m really excited. I think this ‘sabbatical’ will do me good to get some things sorted out. I was also really surprised that my friends are really supportive of this, I thought they would think this is a bad idea but they are really excited for me as well. I’m so lucky to have such great people around me.

I hope you enjoyed your summer and you’ll be hearing from me soon!

xo Febe

Black and White

Hi everyone!

Today’s post is about clothing. When it comes to clothes, I’m all about combining black and white. It’s really basic but I just love wearing black and white, especially black. Some friends tell me to wear more colour but I just feel more comfortable in black.

I go trough phases though. Last winter I was really into tartan prints and the winter before I was obsessed with hats, especially faux fur ones. And I feel like this winter is going to be all about black and white. I can tell because my closet is slowly turning colourless. My saved items list on Asos is also a good sign on what’s to come this winter.

Personally, I think that you can do nothing wrong with black and white clothes. It’s so basic but still so extremely sophisticated and classy, I just love it. I really want to change my look a bit because I don’t really have a specific style. I don’t want to go trough phases anymore, I really want to find myself and what I like.

And that concerns my personal life as well. I really need to find myself and figure out what I want and like. It’s time to grow up and stop being the person that everyone wants me to be and become the person I really am.

Here are a few of my favorite looks on Asos at the moment.





I hope you’ve enjoyed this post!!

xo Febe

Decisions, decisions..

Hello everyone!

I know it’s been a month of silence so I do apologize but I have been working for four weeks now in a supermarket to earn some extra money. Tomorrow is my last day of work and then I have to start studying (again). I have to retake quite a few exams and I absolutely hate it. I’ve come to realize that Applied Linguistics isn’t really my thing and I have no clue what to do next. I don’t want to disappoint anyone but I have to make some big choices this summer. I’m only 18 years old and I have no idea what my talents are, what I like and what I want to do with my life so it’s really frustrating because everyone is constantly asking me what I’m going to study or do in September.

I’m really at war with myself, one part of me wants to continue going to university and obtain a degree but the other part of me has had enough of studying and wants to take risks and do something fun. I guess you can imagine the stress and doubts I am having right now.

I feel like in secondary school we never had the chance to develop our skills and discover our talents so I find it extremely difficult to make any decisions about my future because I don’t know what I’m good at.

My parents are giving me two choices; go working or continue studying. I don’t blame them but it’s really difficult to find something I like in two months.

I’m really getting into the idea of doing an evening course in make-up so I can go work as a make-up artist, but this is a huge risk because I don’t know if I can earn a living out of this and it’s an evening course so that means I will be sitting at home all day doing basically nothing. And I don’t want to become even lazier then I already am. On top of that, I don’t even know if I’m good enough. Sure, I like doing my make-up or someone else’s but doesn’t everyone?

The more days pass by, the more insecure I become and that is so frustrating. I really hope I can find a solution by the end of the summer.

I don’t know if you guys have ever felt this way or don’t know what to do with your life either, but it’s not fun at all. I don’t wish anyone to feel this way.

I hope you are enjoying your summer more than I am!
xo Febe

Devil Madness

Every four years the Fifa World Cup takes place and this year it’s all happening in Brasil. I’m from this tiny country called Belgium and we have actually made it to the quarter finals. Yesterday we won the match against the USA so you can imagine how people are going crazy around here. First of all, the match itself was breathtaking and over the top exciting. I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat, that’s how nerve wrecking it was.

Now let me tell you that it’s Devil Madness around here (our team is called the Red Devils by the way). There are flags everywhere, parties everywhere and big screens everywhere. I’m serious, it’s crazy. It’s really beautiful how an entire country can bond over one thing. Everyone is talking about soccer, everyone is cheering for our team and it’s just magnificent.

We even have a Worldcup Babe, she’s a pretty seventeen-year-old girl from Belgium who was spotted in Brasil during a not so exciting game against Russia. The photographers had nothing else to do but to look for hotties and there she was, our own Worldcup Babe Axelle. I have to admit she’s a real beauty and nobody expected that her picture would be tweeted and shared so much, but it did. So that’s another fun fact about this World Cup.

If people haven’t felt the Devil Madness yet, they definitely will in the next couple of days because the quarter finals is a huge deal. We will be playing against Argentina this Saturday so it’s going to be out of this world crazy. Unfortunately I won’t be seeing that game because I’m going to a wedding, I have to set my priorities, you know. As I was saying, the Devil Madness had gone out of control. There are flags everywhere. There is not a single street flag free, in every city and pretty much every village there are big screens where people gather to see the match and to celebrate the victory together. I just love the atmosphere right now in Belgium, everyone is feeling so close and I feel like people are more open and fun. So please Fifa, give me a World Cup every year!

Big Belgian Red Devil Kisses!

xo Febe


It’s Good To Be Back

Hi y’all!

The exams are over and I’m back, alive and kicking! They ended a few days ago but I was too tired to write anything then. I don’t know any results yet and I have to wait at least another week to find out but I’m not even that curious. I’m not expecting too much because I did last term and I ended up being really disappointed.

Enough about that. It’s summer! I’m just going to enjoy the few weeks that I have and do exactly all the things I want. You read it right, weeks. I’m going to work four weeks in a supermarket to earn some extra money and after that I have to retake some exams so I’m going to be busy this summer.

I’ve also decided to study for my driver’s license. I just have to do the theoretical part and then my dad can start teaching me how to drive a car. I know, I know, I’m almost 19 years old and I still haven’t got my driver’s license. I’ve just been postponing it over and over again.

Besides the working and studying and taking some time for myself, I’m not really doing anything exciting this summer. I might go to a festival with some friends but we haven’t figured that out yet and I might go on a city trip in September but that is not certain at all so I’ll just go with the flow and see what crosses my path this summer. I’m not worrying too much, I just want to relax and figure out what I want to do with my life because I’m absolutely clueless.

I will be blogging this summer and I can’t wait to post again!

Enjoy your summer!

xo Febe

Oh My Hair!

Hi guys!

I know I told you that I wouldn’t be posting for a while due to exams but I just couldn’t stand it anymore. I really miss it. I still have two more weeks to study and I absolutely hate it. I’ll stop complaining from this point on because I have some other things I want to talk about.

Yesterday evening I went for dinner with my family and while we were waiting for our order a twenty-something year old girl walked in. It was so obvious that she was wearing hair extensions and it just looked horrific. One thing you don’t see very often in Belgium is girls wearing hair extensions and when they do it looks terrible. It’s just not really done around here. We tend to keep our hair as natural as possible. A few highlights here and there is okay, some girls dye their hair a few shades lighter or darker but we don’t really do extreme things with it. You barely see girls with pink or blue hair, most of the girls my age just have long natural-looking hair.

Back to the girl with the horrendous hair extensions. Her extensions weren’t even in the same colour as her real hair and it looked very unhealthy as well. I just think it’s sad that she doesn’t take care of her hair because with a lot less makeup and healthy hair  she would actually look really pretty.

I don’t get why people would want to wear hair extensions. I never understood why. If you want longer hair, just keep it healthy and let it grow. If you want more volume, choose a haircut that gives more volume or use a spray, mousse or other product to create that volume.

I’m not completely against hair extensions, don’t get me wrong. I just think it’s not necessary. I get that some people wear extensions to hide a bald spot. I actually know someone who has a bald spot because her sister pulled out her hair (so crazy) and she wears a few hair extensions to cover that up. So I completely get that. But I’m not so sure about wearing hair extensions on a daily basis or to go out because it really destroys your natural hair.

That said, I would love to know your opinions on hair extensions.

xo Febe


The Big Surprise

Hello lovelies!

Remember that surprise I was talking about in my last My Week On Instagram? Well, I’m about to reveal it to you. Some of you might already have seen some picture on my Instagram or Twitter but I’m officially telling you in this post.

I’ve always wanted my own vanity ever since I was little but my room was never big enough and to be honest, I didn’t have money. I’m only 18 years old, you know. Me and my family moved to another house three years ago and my room is huge. I love the space that I have. However, I do think I don’t have enough space in the bathroom and it was getting on my nerves. I didn’t have the space to store all my make-up and brushes so I got the idea of actually buying my own vanity. 

I have been searching all over the internet to get some inspiration of how I wanted it to look and I immediately liked a white simple design with a drawer and a glass surface. I absolutely wanted the glass surface because it just looks so sophisticated and clean. I looked on every site possible as to where I could buy one and the answer was very straightforward: “Ikea!”. You can buy anything and everything in Ikea so I wasn’t surprised that they have vanities as well. It just so happened that they had the one I really wanted.


Today, me and my dad went to Ikea and I bought a nice stool to go with my vanity, a few vases, a mirror and a little orchid. I just like the look of a flower on my vanity. It just looks so pretty and girly. When I came home I immediately started setting up my vanity, with the help of my brother of course. I was very disappointed that my vases were actually a bit too deep for my brushes so I started thinking of ways to solve that problem. I hopped on the bus on my way to Ghent and went to this shop where they sell al lot of decoration and tinkering stuff. I found some cute fluffy mini pompoms and I thought that was great for in the vases. They don’t damage my brushes and it just looks so amazing.



I just love my vanity and I will be using it so much. Also a bonus, I spend less than 200 euros which is pretty amazing for the things I bought. The only thing I already had is the big mirror. Now I have more space to store my make-up I will be tempted to buy and try new products. It’s so exciting. 

What do you guys think? Have you always wanted a vanity?

xo Febe