E.L.F. Cosmetics Spring 2011 Summer 2011 Sets

Happy Spring (and Summer) from E.L.F. Cosmetics! E.L.F. has launched a range of various palettes and other makeup goodies at Target for Spring/Summer which should be on shelves now or starting to appear on shelves.

If you’re on a budget these kits will set you back a mere $4.99 each!

Take a look!

E.L.F. Cosmetics Summer Ready Ultimate Eye Collection $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Summer Ready 48 Piece Warm Lip & Eye Palette $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Everyday Basics 32 Piece Eyeshadow Collection $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Everyday Brights 32 Piece Eyeshadow Collection $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Beauty Book Neutral Eye Edition $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Beauty Book Bright Eye Edition $4.99

E.L.F. Cosmetics Summer Ready 48 Piece Cool Lip & Eye Palette $4.99

I tried one of the 32 Shade Palettes a while ago and wasn’t too crazy about it but I will say that almost all the neutrals in that palette applied very well so I have my eye on a few of the nude/natural selections in this round up.

I’m really enjoying the Spring touches on the boxes as well, they look rather cute and would make a sweet addition to an Easter basket dontcha think?

E.L.F. is a little bit of a hit and miss for me but at these prices I won’t feel too guilty indulging and possibly being disappointed but hey, who knows, it might turn into a fab beauty budget pick.

Available now at Target or shop them online at www.Target.com and enjoy Free Shipping when you buy any two sets.

What do you think of these kits?

Will you indulge?

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  • 3/7/11 13:13 auroragyps:

    Perfect gifties to tuck into your Tween/Teen’s Easter Basket, for sure.


    • 3/7/11 13:14 the Muse:

      agreed auro ;-D I like what they did with the boxes, so spring-y ;D!


  • 3/7/11 14:38 LaurieS:

    These look super cute for my tween but do you know if the shadows wear well and are pigmented? Also, do they have “scent”? My girlie will love the instruction inside the pallette.


  • 3/7/11 15:01 Susan:

    I have never tried ELF but a couple of these pallettes are tempting. The Everyday Basics 32 piece set, the Neutral Eye and the Bright Eye look appealing.


  • 3/7/11 16:41 Galen:

    Reading this I’m feeling disappointed by the markup on the UK elf site.

    I’m used to the fact that they charge us £1.50 for $1.50 items and £3.50 for the $3 items, but this is getting ridiculous: rather than $5 the basic & bright 32-eyeshadow palettes (see here: cost £9 for us, which is about $14.50, i.e. almost triple the price!

    I’ll definitely be watching my impulse purchases from elf UK in future!


    • 3/7/11 16:43 the Muse:

      eep sorry to hear it galen :-/ that’s way over priced!


  • 3/8/11 0:24 Quinctia:

    :( My Target ditched ELF a while back, so I bet they won’t be getting these in. I swear, the only really interesting thing they’ve had in the past six months is Seche Vite, and they put it all on clearance, so I doubt they’ll even stock that any more.

    (On the plus side, I got a bottle of Seche Vite for less than five bucks. XD)


    • 3/8/11 9:28 the Muse:

      aw sorry qunctia I did hear that target is revamping the beauty section so maybe you’ll see some new stuff soon!


  • 3/8/11 1:44 jackie:

    Those sets look really cool…I wonder if they’ll be available on the ELF website soon. For $5, you won’t really be losing much money.


    • 3/8/11 9:26 the Muse:

      that’s too true Jackie :) Hopefully it will!


  • 3/8/11 9:16 Regina:

    Most of the ELF palettes have worked for me, but I especially like their studio single eyeshadows. I think like any line, they have some hit and miss stuff but overall it’s worth it. Besides, if you hate it you can chuck it and not feel the burn in your bank!!


    • 3/8/11 9:30 the Muse:

      agreed regina ;-D you can just toss it and not really blink about how much you spent on it ;D!


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