Friday, February 6, 2015

e.l.f. eyes lips face

The other day I was browsing the cosmetics section inside Target and ended up picking up a few elf products I thought could add a little something to my makeup collection. I've never tried the brand elf but was attracted to the price and now I'm a fan! These are some of the products I've been using & loving.

Moisturizing Lipstick // Cheeky // $3
Cheeky is the perfect color for spring because it's a modest pink with a slight coral undertone 
but who says you really have to wear certain colors during certain seasons. 
The dark vampy lip has been a cold month classic for awhile so I've been hitting 
winter with a softer look. The formulation of this lipstick is gorgeous. 
It doesn't feel heavy on the lip and has a slight satin finish.

Studio Blush // Mellow Mauve // $3
Completely in love with this blush color. It's a little darker than my idea of a classic
pink blush so I feel like it brings a little edge to the cheeks. 
It's subtle for the day time but the color is buildable for a little more "umph" in the evening.

I can't get over the $1 part! This weird looking brush works best when I want to achieve 
a smudged smokey eye look or bring some depth throughout my under eye. 
After washing it for the first time I did notice a few of the bristles shedding 
but for a dollar I'm not even mad about it. elf brushes are great for someone who wants 
to play with different shapes of brushes before investing in a more expensive brand. 

So glad I stumbled across these products! 

x Kat



  1. I love the blush shade, I use it all the time :) I really need to check out this brush because it sounds really great! You have a lovely blog, I'm a new follower x

  2. i love the ELF lips and cheek cream that comes in a small white twist up pot . i have the shade pink lemonade and its so versatile ! i think they are $3 ( here is aus) they are small enough to be able to pop in your bag and wont dry your skin out.


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