February 29, 2012

e.l.f. Studio High Definition Undereye Setting Powder

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.

Best part?

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.


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  • Phyrra

    Interesting product! I’m going to keep my eye out to see if it’s at Target.

  • Aging_Beauty

    LOL You’re still getting their emails – and I still have yet to receive one!

  • Stacie

    I just got this product and I am so disappointed-it is full of glitter. No joke, it’s like the high definition powder but with glitter added. I would never use this to set anything but it might be decent to add over the top of an eyeshadow.

  • Amber

    I thought it looked cool too at first but now I’m kind of wondering if this just isn’t their $6 Studio HD face powder just in smaller packaging…

  • Nikki

    Why would they put glitter in it? I don’t know why companies think they have to add glitter to their products when it’s not necessary.