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!
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?
The E.L.F. Devious Dramatic Eyes Palette ($9.99) is inspired by Disney’s Evil Queen from Snow White. This is one of three palettes available exclusively at Walgreens that recently launched for a limited time for Halloween 2012.
I recently tried out and reviewed the Cruella Palette for you and decided today I’d give the Evil Queen a whirl. She always had a rather killer smoky purple eye look going didn’t she?
Let’s take a look!
Seems the blogsphere is going buck wild over the new E.L.F. Studio Baked Blushes released a few short months ago. Heck, when you have people screaming about MAC Stereo Rose dupes you know I’m listenin’!
Let’s not get too ahead of ourselves though…!
These $3 blushes come in four shades with a baked shimmering formula.
Are they a hit?
Or a miss?