Glam Morena: Haul/Review: Eyes Lips Face Studio Line.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Haul/Review: Eyes Lips Face Studio Line.

I recently received some products from the Eyes Lips Face also known as e.l.f. Some of these products I already owned, but I also got some newer products. Everything I'm going to be reviewing is from the Studio Line. Be sure to scroll down for a coupon code to use on the site!

e.l.f. Studio Powder Brush, e.l.f. Studio Stipple Brush, and e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow "C" Brush.

Retail Price: $3.00 each

e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow "C" Brush: This is one of my favorite e.l.f. brushes I own! It's soft but dense enough to get the job done. I use this specifically for patting eyeshadow on the lid. It also works well wet.

e.l.f. Studio Stipple Brush: The Stipple Brush is a newer e.l.f. brush. Duo fiber or stippling brushes are one of my favorite type of face brushes, so I was excited to try this out. The bristles are really soft, but I didn't find this brush to be that dense. I used this with my liquid foundation and found that because it's not as dense I had to go back over my applications. An upside is that it's perfect for applying my highlighter and blush, especially cream blushes. I always use a stippling brush to apply my more pigmented blushes. I prefer to use this blush to apply my cream blushes.

e.l.f. Studio Powder Brush: I love this brush! It's soft, yet very dense. I originally used this brush to apply my foundation with. It works well with powder and liquid foundations. It's perfect for stippling liquid foundation and it gives great, even coverage. I also use this to apply my mineral foundation because its flat top shape is great for buffing the foundation on.

e.l.f. Studio Conditioning Lip Balm SPF 15: I was originally planning to purchase something else but due to   it being out of stock I got the conditioning lip balm instead. I'm so glad I did too! The conditioning lip balm retails for $3.00. There are six shades available and I chose Bombshell Brown. Bombshell Brown is a brownish nude with micro shimmer. I was surprised to see so much product for the price. It comes with 7.5grams to be exact. I love that it contains SPF 15, that it's moisturizing, and has good color payoff. The only slight downside I had was that it's pretty bulky for a lip balm. I'm definitely going to purchase more shades!

Here's a swatch of e.l.f. Studio Conditioning Lip Balm - Brown Bombshell.

e.l.f. Studio Kabuki Face Brush: Unlike most of the other Studio Line brushes the Kabuki Face Brush retails for $5.00. This is definitely my favorite Studio Line brush! The bristles are incredibly soft, but also dense. I love using this brush to apply my mineral foundation. The bristles are dense enough to really buff everything out and give good coverage. I also tend to use this to apply my bronzer with.

e.l.f. Studio Large Brush Holder: The Large Brush Holder retails for $15.00. I've been wanting this for quite some time. It's made really sleek and sturdy. It's roomy enough to hold all my face and eye brushes, but also my eyeshadow primers. Of course you don't have to just use this for brushes though. One downside that I found was that it had a really strong chemical smell when I first received it. Since then that smells has faded away though.

USE CODE: ECD21 * Maximum discount of $50 *

Have you tried any of these e.l.f. products? Any favorites?

Disclaimer: This post contains items sent to me by PR or a Company for review consideration.


che said...

Nice review, I think I may be interested in the "C" bursh, elf brushes tend to be a hit or miss for me.

And $15 for the brush holder :/ I got the same exact one from walmart for about $6 except it doesn't say elf.

Courtney!;* said...

i looove ELFs studio brushes! i need to try out that kabuki.

JC! :) said...

Great review, and thanks for the coupon. I might actually (get sucked in and) take a look now. So far I've only really tested their eyelid primer, daily brush cleaner, and blushes but so far so good.

Lilladylife said...

the brush holder looks great and convenient!! i love the powder brush but def want the kabuki brush bc everyone seems to love it! thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Great haul/review as always. I need that brush holder.

Anonymous said...

Those brushes Are a steal at just 3 bucks each!

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