E.L.F. Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow Palettes are a range six coordinating shades of eyeshadow to compliment your eye color. This isn’t a new idea at all considering Almay, Covergirl, and many other brands have released similiar products.
Personally, I’m all about wear what you want however, I guess it’s quite nice having contrasting shades that supposedly compliment your own eye color. Being the rebel that I am (ha!) I got the Blue Eyes 1 selection rather than either of the two Brown Eye Palettes. Shrug! What? I liked the shades in this the best, sue me!
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The new E.L.F. Studio Flawless Concealer Brush ($3) might be a tempting budget pick if you just aren’t interested in ponying up the cash for the Sephora Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush ($24).
But how similar are they?
Yeah, I know, you’ve already kinda sorta met the E.L.F. Villain Collection in a past post I did but here’s more info about the E.L.F. Villain Palettes that should be popping up now at Walgreens.
Go on you know you want to jump ahead for all the evil details!
The new E.L.F. Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palette seemed mighty similiar to Sephora’s Moonshadow Baked Palette when I originally saw it. So I took some time out in this review to compare my Sephora In the Nude Moonshadow Baked Palette to the E.L.F. Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palette in California and I think you’ll be quite surprised at the outcome.
Take a look!
As you know E.L.F. has launched a range of Studio HD Blushes ($3) in five colors.
With a rich and creamy and the promise of a soft-focus effect, these blushes could give Make Up For Ever a run for their money.
Let’s have a sneak peek at some swatches.