It feels like ages since I last did an Ebay post and since then I have been buying quite a few odds and ends from the site so instead of bringing you a wishlist style post I thought I’d show you some of the items I’ve been buying recently.
Ombre Look Make Up Brushes – £5.99
I bought this set of ombre looking makeup brushes not because I’m really in the need for new brushes but because they look so damn awesome with their blue and purple colours, they look just like a unicorn has created them. Style-wise they’re so similar to the Real Techniques brushes without the handles you’d find it tough to tell them apart. For the price, they’re such good quality with solid handles which don’t feel like they’re ging to break and soft bristles which aren’t wiry or harsh.
Pokemon hand cream – $5.59 (Around £4.50)
Tony Moly released a collection of Pokemon themed beauty products (of course they did!) and I was sucked in due to the hype of Pokemon Go and the fact that I’ve always been a pretty big Pokemon fan. I chose the Charmander hand cream (although they call it Fairi presumably for fire) which smells of Grapefruit and to be honest considering it’s kind of a novelty item it’s actually really good.
Frying Pan – £28.00
Recently I’ve cooked a few fry ups and I’ve found it pretty hard balancing so many frying pans for different things, or having to cook things one after another so when I saw the price of these split frying pans’ I had to pick one up. With the compartments, you can cook up a load of things for your breakfast without using more than one space on the hob and without dirtying up all of your pans. This has made cooking much easier.
Prosecco Coaster – £3.95
Prosecco seems to be a common theme across various people that I buy Christmas presents for and this little coaster was so cute I had to include it within my bundle. It says ‘There’s no such thing as too much prosecco’ on it and I am sure a love of prosecco lovers will definitely agree with this statement.
Rainbow Highlighter – £2.18
I mentioned this little gem on my beauty gift guide but I couldn’t not mention it again and it’s such a nice product and so cheap to try out. Rainbow highlighters have been all over my Instagram but most seemed to be made by American brands and I didn’t want it so much to pay that level of postage and customs so when I spotted this one I had to give it a try. The colours are really pigmented and glittery and blended together it isn’t tacky and brightly coloured it’s subtle and natural with just the hint of colour. Definitely worth buying if you’re up for trying something new, and for just over £2 you can’t go wrong.
Hanging travel toiletary bag – £1.74
For some impending trips in the New Year I knew I needed a hanging toiletary bag which could be used in a shower and so I snapped up this one as it was such a good price. It’s pretty good quality for the price and although I know it won’t last forever it will help me out when I head to Hawaii and Bali next year and need to use the showers.