Monday, March 2, 2015

My Favorite E.L.F. Products

It took me the longest time to try anything from E.L.F. I refused to believe that a brand so dirt cheap could have worthwhile products, but after being bombarded with endorsements from friends and the internet, I decided to suck it up and try a few things. And now I use some E.L.F. (too lazy to type in those extra periods) products every day or on a rotating basis. These are the ones I've tried so far that I wholeheartedly recommend, because why spend $20 when a $1-3 product will do the trick?
Best ELF Products

#1. E.L.F.Makeup Remover Pen, $3 - It's a marker that removes little makeup mistakes. Best thing ever for correcting fucked up winged liner! Or those annoying mascara dots. Wipe it off after each use and it'll last you a while. I had my last one for... 4 months?



ELF Studio Eyebrow Kit


#2. E.L.F.Studio Eyebrow Kit, $3 - Comes with a tinted brow wax, a powder, and a tiny little brush thing. No, it's not the most sophisticated brow kit in the world, but it works. Irritating flyaway eyebrow hairs? Tamed. Patchy brows? Fills them in without looking over-the-top fake. The brush is cheap as hell, you can make it work. It's definitely worth a try! 

ELF Lash and Brow Clear Mascara


#3. E.L.F. Professional Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Clear Mascara, $1.50 - I am really against paying a lot of brow gel, because... it's brow gel. I use it on lazy days to make my wayward eyebrow hairs behave themselves, and this stuff makes my brows stay in place all day long. Only takes a little for a great result. 

ELF Tone Correcting Powder Palette


#4. E.L.F. Tone Correcting Powder Palette, $3 - Omg, I love this stuff so much. Is it going to eliminate all your redness? No, but it will do a little bit. And it's an awesome finishing powder that mattifies without drying out my face. It's very subtle and makes my face looked airbrushed. Perfect for when your BB cream is making you look too dewy. 

ELF Studio Contouring Blush and Bronzing Powder
#5. E.L.F. Studio Contouring Blush and Bronzing Powder, $3 - This is my go-to travel blush/bronzer. It looks great, lasts surprisingly long for a $3 powder product, and it's so cheap that if I lose it, I won't cry. It's similar to NARS Orgasm and Laguna. Not as great, but it's a decent substitute.

So yep! Those are my favorites so far. I know there are a ton more to try, so what are your favorite E.L.F. products? Any others I shouldn't be living without? Let me know!


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