Disney Villains take center stage for Fall 2012 as they are now getting their own E.L.F. Palettes. WWD reports that the E.L.F. Disney Villains Palettes will be sold exclusively at Walgreens locations and for $10 each. However, they are limited to certain locations so you might have to hop around to discover them.
They’ll probably be many shades we’ve seen before in palettes from E.L.F. but it’s the packaging that will probably really reel us in yes? Particularly since these are the classic Villains we all know and love and not the new reboot that Disney is going with at the moment.
The Evil Queen
Even if you’re not an E.L.F. fan I imagine you’ll want these!
Am I right?
image source instyle.com
My E.L.F. Studio Cream Eyeshadow review is a long time coming. I intentionally held up reviewing these cream shadows as I was curious how they would withstand the test of time as I was skeptical about the packaging.
Cream shadows are mighty iffy when stored incorrectly. Although sealed in a rather nice packaging, I felt like air was being let into these jars which result in a harder formula as time progressed.
How did my test turn out?
Cheap thrill of the day goes to the new E.L.F. Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow Palettes. Well, maybe not completely cheap, they are $6 bucks each.
Gasp! How high for E.L.F. but since they are “Studio” branded I could be tempted. Dontcha think the Studio line is WAY better than E.L.F.’s regular collection? I’ve found so many gems in the Studio Collection.
Btw…how’s your week going? Mine is absolutely murder! So so busy!
Let’s take a peek at these new E.L.F. Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow Palettes because I might need one or two!
Dunno if you need any E.L.F. but they are having a site wide 50% off your total sale. Everything on the site is 50% off if you spend $20 or more using promo code BD50.
Shop it now (it’s only for 8 hours) at www.eyeslipsface.com
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.
Take a peek!
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.