Maybe I like the E.L.F. Studio Prism Eyeshadow ($10) or maybe I don’t? I’m not sure! It’s interesting that much is true!
Here’s the deets on the newly launched E.L.F. Studio Prism Eyeshadow, check ’em out!
The E.L.F. Studio Prism Eyeshadow is a new upscale-like palette that contains six shades of eyeshadow and is available in three shade selections. If you enjoy using Japanese Eyeshadows from brands like KATE, Majolica Majorca, etc…you might just fall in love with this formula!
I’d liken it to the Too Faced Sexy Palette however, the texture does run a bit looser.
This is a different eyeshadow for E.L.F. and a very new formula for the brand. These shadows are powder but have a creamy texture and feel. They are loosely packed so they flake up quite a bit when you’re dipping a sponge or brush into shades. Think of a freshly packed lose pigment shadow that you pressed and that pretty much sums of the texture. The flakiness reminds me of MAC pigments like Kitschmas but even chunkier.
They blend easily onto lids just as a cream shadow would and you can, if you like, apply with fingers and just smooth them over your lid and blend them out easily. They feel rather luxurious but they have a rather nasty odor which isn’t pleasant. They have a soft sparkle with a foiled effect on lids with fairly good pigmentation but they do suffer from major fall out so chunky pieces tend to fall on cheeks, below eyes, etc during application.
I have a love hate/relationship with the palette. The shadows are unique and different for E.L.F. and even lovely but the formula has a few quirks I imagine people won’t want to deal with. And at this price, well, you can kinda do yourself a solid and grab a lovely Japanese palette for the same price or less with a better formula….!
Interesting but they need a little work to gain my full approval.
You can grab it now at your local Target or online at www.eyeslipsface.com.