Since I'm always on the move, I've been wanting a train case for the longest time to store my cosmetics. So while I traveled back to my hometown last weekend, I dropped by one of the haircare wholesale store (weird huh?!) with intention to get some hair serum, which was then I stumbled across this baby.
The material is kinda like leather but I highly suspect that it's just PVC, totally forgotten to check with the sales person. But anyway the thing which I love about this traincase is the lining and how it's different from the others I've seen. I also find the design to be really sleek, and it's much lighter to carry around as compared to the metal type traincase.
Somehow, I can't seem to get the picture to rotate to the right angle I wanted. Haha...so just bear with me and imagine that this picture is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
|Top View with the handle|
For people who are interested, I bought this at RM160 which is about USD50. I believe a traincase from Target would usually cost about USD30? Correct me if I'm wrong though... I think this baby is still really expensive but since I've been dying to get one, I kinda shut one eye to my bleeding pocket. LOL
As of now, I still haven't really sorted out the contents. But I was so excited when I reached home and started tossing every products I have into the traincase. My current logic is that the top tier spaces are all for my most commonly used products and as you can may observe, most of the spaces are dominated by face products (foundations/blushes) which I am totally obsessed with.
This traincase however do have its downside as it is smaller than the usual one hence a rather limited space for storage. So if you have a large collection of products, a large metal traincase which have larger space and can hold more weight would be more appropriate. I highly believe that this is not going to be as sturdy as the metal traincase and if I keep stuffing makeup into it, the handle might even break. But...o well...
Hope u had a great weekend!