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Thursday, July 17, 2014

ELF Eyeshadow Reviews & Comparisons Overview

Here is a written review/overview of these ELF eyeshadows that I own.  You can watch the video review here, but I figured some of you would enjoy reading and seeing swatches and pictures too. 

 Cream Eyeliners - Gunmetal, Plum Purple, Teal Tease
-crease without primer underneath
-good color pay off for bases, not eyeliners

 Pigment Eyeshadow - Passionate Purple
-not as pigmented as other brands I own (ex: Mica Beauty, Maybelline)
-messy packaging, I think the square container and round sifter just don't work well together

 Matte Eyeshadow - Smoke
-difficult to blend, patchy
-not super pigmented unless used wet

 Cream Eyeshadow - Dawn
-does not crease with or without primer underneath
-good color payoff, easy to blend, not patchy

 Smudge Pot - Pearls of Wisdom
-does not crease with or without primer underneath
-not streaky, patchy 
-soft texture
-sheer but can be slightly built up

 Long Lasting Lustrous Eyeshadow - Soiree
-very lightweight whipped texture
-left glitter fallout
-sheer, needs to be built up to see the intensity in the jar

 Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow - Brown Eyes 1
-4/6 shadows are excellent, easy to blend, very pigmented
-since 4/6 shadows are shimmery, there is some fallout

 Baked Eyeshadow - Pixie
-rub the entire shadow first, then you will get to the pigmented part underneath the "film" or whatever seems to be on top
-first swatch disappoints, but give it another shot
-pigmented color, little fallout

Thanks for reading!

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