E.L.F. Frozen Icing Eyeshadow & Eyeliner is one of several limited edition E.L.F. Disney Frozen Makeup products that launched for Spring 2015. I know, Frozen in the Spring!? WTH E.L.F!? Why do you want to confuse me?
None the less a month or so ago E.L.F. launched a really great Frozen Collection with an improvement on packaging and larger range of makeup compared to past Disney Collaborations they’ve done.
Here’s a look at the E.L.F. Icing Eyeshadow & Eyeliner!
The E.L.F. Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette ($6.99) is one of several, limited edition products launching with the E.L.F. Cosmetics Frozen Elsa Makeup Collection. As you might have noticed from a few my past posts E.L.F. has really gone all out with Elsa’s Collection. They are apparently doing things a lot differently this time and instead of launching items in sets they are doing cuter, individually palettes and makeup products.
Let’s take a look at the E.L.F. Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette!
The E.L.F. Frozen Elsa Super Glossy Lip Shine Lipglosses in Pink Kiss and Fuchsia Fireworks are a range of limited edition glosses that launched with the E.L.F. Disney Frozen Elsa Makeup Collection for Spring 2015.
E.L.F. did something a little different with Elsa’s Collection compared to other Disney Collections they’ve done. For example, these two new Super Glossy Lip Shines are $2.99 each and do not come in a set the way, for example, the E.L.F. Disney Jasmine A Whole New World Lip Collection did.
This is nice because you have the option of shades to choose from but also it’s a little more expensive considering some of the past lip sets were marked at around $5.99 and included THREE lip products. Purchased individually you’re spending $6 and lacking one full size product that would be available in sets that launched in the past. $2.99 isn’t a big deal really but it deserves mentioning these details none the less!
If you’re embracing the Spring Contour Trend but you’re a bit of a newbie with it you might not want to spend a ton of money on face contour palettes and brushes. I’m kinda just learning it myself and trying to figure out what works best for me.
The thing is I don’t want to spend $50 and upwards for brushes and compacts to learn how to contour!
If you’re anything like me and you’re still in the learning phase you might want to keep your contouring on a beauty budget.
Here’s two picks to help you learn without breaking your beauty bank!
Contouring is a huge Spring Trend and I’m pretty sure you’ll see more of it come Summer 2015! Along with many contouring palettes launching from a variety of brands we are also seeing a huge flow of contouring brushes to help achieve that perfectly chiseled look.
If you’re like me and a bit of a klutz with contouring or just new to doing it and taking baby steps learning to do it this post is for you!