We’re back to the makeup today beauties, although I really hope you all enjoyed my healthy breakfast recipe post. Today we’ve got a semi new-to-the-blog brand, Ebelin. Ebelin is the DM exclusive makeup tool brand that is super inexpensive, much like the other DM brands. I don’t think we’ve ever actually had a collection from Ebelin to talk about! They have their normal in store collection year-round, all the time, and normally don’t come out with special collections. But of course, the lure of another candy scented/themed collection pulled the designers out of the woodwork and now THIS has landed: Sweet Wonderland. Let’s jump down the rabbit hole, shall we?
Ebelins’ Sweet Wonderland collection will be available from the 22nd of June to the 19th of July in your local DM market.
This synthetic hair brush is perfect for applying highlighter to the tops of the cheekbones, forehead, nose and anywhere else you need a glow. You can also use it to carve out those cheekbones with a contour powder. Vegan, 3,95€ per brush.
Another vegan-friendly synthetic brush with an angled cut. Perfect for a sheer blush or bronzer application, this brush is versatile for powder products. Vegan, 3,95€ per brush.
Lollipop Powder Puff
I don’t think I’ve seen or used a powder puff since the 90’s. Do people still use them? The ones I remember came in a huge box of powder that my mother and grandmother would use after a shower. They would smack themselves with the puff and the powder would go flying! Gosh, even thinking about the way that stuff smells gives me a headache. Anyway, that went totally off topic, but this is a little powder puff on a lollipop stick. It’s cute, but I can’t imagine a use for it. Let me know if you still use powder puffs! It is vegan (synthetic hair and will cost you 1,95€.
So this brush basically combines all of the ones I’ve stated previously, just for a lighter, more natural application. You can use fan brushes to apply any powder product, but they are most popular for highlighting. You can also use a fan brush to evenly apply masks and creams. Vegan, 3,95€.
This latex free beauty blender applies makeup easily to the face, releasing just the amount of product that you need for your face. For an even better result, wet the sponge and ring it out before using it. P.S the best part is that it’s Macaron shaped! Vegan, 2,45€ per sponge.
Travel Eyelash Curler
I don’t know about all of you but aren’t all eyelash curlers…Travel-friendly? I mean, they’re small, don’t break easily, and I have never had an issue packing mine. I don’t think I need to buy a special one just to travel with seems like a waste to me. Especially since it doesn’t claim to anything super fantastic. You can pick one up for 2,45€ if you’re interested. Vegan.
I don’t have much to say about a nail file, other than it’s cute, and according to my information, there are 3 layers in the file, so once one of the layers is dull you can peel it off and have a like-new file. Cool! Vegan, 1 file will cost you 1,25€.
So, that is all I have to share with you today! I hope you enjoyed reading and I’ll see you in the next one! XO