Better late than never E.L.F. jumps on a yesteryear trend with their new Studio Eye Refresh.
Remember when everyone was all about rollerball eye treatments? It’s kinda died down now but maybe the new E.L.F. Studio Eye Refresh will juice up the trend.
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Taking a note from fellow brands like Covergirl and Too Faced, E.L.F. has introduced an Essential Primer Eyeshadow that acts as both a primer and a color cream eyeshadow.
I’m always terribly confused by products like this. Are they meaning for it to be a cream eyeshadow with a built in primer so that shadow lasts all day? Or are they meant to be used with shadow on top, which kinda defeats the purpose of a color base wouldn’t you agree?
Either way these are cheap as chips and could prove nice for the cream eyeshadow fans out there.
I have my eye on the new E.L.F. Little Black Beauty Book Python Edition that will be available at Target shortly. I really like the Little Black Beauty Book I already have. I’m not sure if it’s necessary to indulge in another as the shades are probably really similiar but it sure looks tempting for six bucks!
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I did a review on Shadow Shields
a dozen years ago. They were one of the handiest tools I ever had around me back than as I was quite playful with pigments and looser mediums at the time.
Recently, E.L.F. introduced their very own version of a “shadow shield” and I must say it looks like a handy tool to have hanging out in your beauty arsenal.
E.L.F Cosmetics Baked Eyeshadow and Baked Blush?
It could happen.
Actually it has.
E.L.F. takes on a baked formula with brand eyeshadows and blushes.
Wonder how they’ll do?
Take a look!