E.L.F. Studio Long-Lasting Lustrous Eyeshadow ($3) are a newly launched range of cream eyeshadows that E.L.F. recently introduced. At $2, I thought these would make for an excellent budget pick.
I’m busy testing them out this week and did a few swatches of the shades I decided to haul!
Have a look!
Softsoap Wintermint Wonderland & Enchanting Sugar Plum Body Washes are on my stocking stuffer list.
I’m over stuff my sister’s stocking every year with tons of beauty goodies, accessories, and small makeup products. I’m always looking for really cheap yet fun stuff that she’ll love and I KNOW she’ll make incredible use out of these washes.
I know some of you were interested in hauling the Essence Volumizing Lash Powder I recently reviewed. I personally haven’t located it at my own Ulta store however, it has launched online and is available now at Ulta.com for $3.49. There is free shipping available on orders of $25 or more using promo code Holiday2012 should you wish to grab a few products along with the lash powder.
In other news….
All is well here! My lights are on and there was very minimal damage around my own neighborhood. I wish I could say the same for others. I hope if you’re on the East Coast that you fared just as luckily! My thoughts are with you today and throughout the week as we clean up this mess that Sandy left behind.
I purchased several E.L.F. Jumbo Eyeshadow Sticks recently as they looked like a rather great bargain. Much to my delight I had smashing success with the E.L.F. Jumbo Gloss Sticks so this was promising for the Eyeshadow Sticks.
These are mere $2 bucks each and come in ten shades. Quite a value when compared to budget brands like NYX who also does a jumbo eyeshadow pencil as well.
Did I love them?
Far be it from me to get excited about liquid eyeliner but I do like the Metallic Eyeliners released with the NYC New York Color Fashion Predator Collection for Fall 2012.
And hey, at $2.99 each I can afford to indulge even if I don’t use liquid eyeliner often!