My Ebay haul seems to be a regular monthly thing now so welcome to November’s addition. I was going to do a Christmas addition but although I sometimes buy presents through Ebay but I always end up buying things for myself so this isn’t Christmassy it’s more treats for you!
I was randomly browsing Ebay a few weeks back and spotted these brightly coloured liners. They can be used as eyeliners and lipliners (although I don’t think I would dare most colours on my lips). For £4.99 I thought why the hell not because someones it can be useful to have a bright colour for a fancy dress party or just an unusual look. When they arrived the colours are just as highly pigmented as the photo shows and they glide on super easily. I have tried them out initially but I am looking forward to trying these out more.
Elf Eyeshadow Primer- £4.99-
I have been religiously using my Too Faced Eyeshadow Primer (you can read my review of it here) and I am slowly starting to run out so I thought that I should invest in a new one. When I was in the States I bought a lipstick from the ELF range and it is seriously one of the best things i’ve bought so I thought i’d pick up their primer. Their products are sometimes hard to find because they’re predominantly not a UK brand so I picked this up from Ebay. I haven’t yet tried it out but i’ll let you all know how I get on with it.
Black Chelsea Boots- £15.99- Buy Here
Every year I buy myself a new pair of boots and I hadn’t found any in shops that I really loved so I thought i’d look through Ebay. Once I spotted these I knew they had to be mine. I haven’t had a pair of ankle boots which are flat so chelsea boots seemed like a great way to start and these are just plain and black so they will match with everything I wear. These have only just turned up so I haven’t had a chance to wear them yet but they look beautiful.
The second I saw this foundation brush I was intrigued by the little dip in the middle but this is suggested as where you put the foundation so it stays in the brush. I haven’t yet received this yet so I can’t let you know how this works but expect details on it later. I’ve bought brushes from this brand before and they’ve always been good so I have high hopes, but if it isn’t great then I know I haven’t wasted a lot of money.
Acrylic Make Up Drawers- £9.49- Buy Here
My make-up collection seems to be spiralling out of control so I have had to buy some more storage for it. I already have one set of these drawers but knew I better buy another set to put on top (I also have two other storage units and two lipstick holders, oops!) I know these are a decent quality thick plastic and because they are clear you can see what you have inside and the drawers are pretty spacious considering it’s a cheaper alternative to some other storage decisions for make-up.