Beauty on a Budget
Start packaging up your train case with essentials for Summer ladies (and lads). Summer typically equals oily skin. Even the driest skin has their moments in the sun when their forehead suddenly breaks out into an oily sheen or worst still your friend starts looking into your forehead to apply her lipstick, ahhh that mirror-like shine is good for something at least.
You might be worried about your Spring essentials at the moment but for oily skin users it’s never to early to worry about how they’ll tame the shiny beast.
Perhaps some NEW cheap thrills from NYX will be your beauty 911.
I’m pretty sure I don’t need to get too excited about two dollar concealer when I’ve spent close to $75 on some concealers in my stash.
Gasp…shifty eyes…..I didn’t admit that.
Thing is concealer, for some reason, is oddly addicting. Don’t get me wrong color cosmetics are my bag all the way but I love me some concealer when it comes to obsessing over base products.
E.L.F. has two new concealers to choose from and I foresee a purchase in my near future even though I’ve had god awful experiences with E.L.F.’s concealer in the past. Its odd, I never learn from my mistakes, you keep going back for more badness….why am I such a mush?
And a little more E.L.F. coming your way today…I’m on a roll here aren’t I?
This one is exciting for me considering my love of shimmer.
e.l.f. Essential Glitter Eyeshadow, loves!
Interesting enough some of the new Essential products from E.L.F. are competing with the Studio line for coolness.
But all that coolness gets a price jack of $1 to $2. The E.L.F. Essential Collection has always had a $1 price tag but these newer items for Spring have a buck or two tacked on.
Can’t say I mind much of the quality is better since I’ve felt like the Essential Collection was absolute rubbish.
Check out these new lip stains just added.
E.L.F. is busy updating (and improving in my eyes) their Essentials Collection for Spring 2012.
I like the Studio Collection however I’ve always found fault with the Essential one but some of these new offerings look nifty.
The E.L.F. Essential Flawless Eyeshadow Palettes are interesting!
Here’s an interesting little find, E.L.F. Studio High Defination Undereye Setting Powder.
This light-diffusing powder camouflages fine lines, dark circles and imperfections.
The $3 price tag.
Considering E.L.F.’s track record with their Studio Collection I’m going to say this is probably a good buy but expect to see asinine e-mails like this in your inbox.