September 11, 2013

E.L.F. Essential Loose Eyeshadow for Fall 2013

E.L.F. Essential Loose Eyeshadow

Hard Candy you got a little healthy competition as E.L.F. Essential Loose Eyeshadow is moving into your path. Hard Candy is such a fond fan of releases those sponge tip applicator eyeshadow pencils, I should know I have one or two.

I’m not always impressed with eyeshadows like this but for $2 bucks each you never know if the E.L.F. Essential Loose Eyeshadow will be a hit!

This silky powder eyeshadow creates a wash of color on lids with a sponge applicator pen that you simply dip into the loose pigmented located in the top of the pen. Mess-free application.

But not always easy application imho!

These come in the following shades:

  • Pancakes
  • Peach Pie
  • Pear
  • Honey
  • Blue Icing
  • Pansy
  • Lilac
  • Rock Candy
  • Black Licorice

Love some of the names!

They are available now online at

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  • Lulle

    I have the feeling that these will be a hot mess… Dipping a sponge-tip applicator in loose shadow for “mess-free” application?? Yeah, right.

  • Ashley

    These look really fun as I’ve never tired any E.L.F products personally. I love the names after food! I wish you had swatches. Also, all the places that I’ve been to that sell it never have any of the exciting products such as new ones like this! I’ve only seen E.L.F at Target and Walgreens.