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.
Wow so cutting age, E.L.F. has a washing powder.
If you’re not in the know on your Asian beauty you might not know that washing powders are fairly common in various parts of Japan, Korea, etc….
What is it?
Sounds odd right? It’s simply a powder in a bottle of some sort that you shake out (like salt or sugar) into the palm of your hand and you add a little water to it to. Once you add the water it’ll lather up and you can clean your face with it. I’ve literally tried hundreds of washing powders most of which have whitening or brightening promises. I don’t particularly love washing powders as I find they are messy to work with. As here you are jugging a wet face and hands, struggling to get a bottle open to pour a powder into your hands, etc….etc….I also don’t think many of them deliver on their promises and in a few cases they end up making my skin very tight and dry after use.
I do find it completely novel that E.L.F. is one of the very first washing powders I’ve seen in the US market.
Take a look!
Please E.L.F. your e-mails are killing me.
Do Not Want Makeup that is definitely not worth $150. Stop, please, you’re embarrassing yourself now.