20 March 2014

e.l.f. Cosmetics | Haul

I recently placed an order at e.l.f. Cosmetics and thought I'd show you what I bought. I got £10 off my order as I spent over £25!
Essentials Shine Eraser, £1.95/50 sheets
These blotting sheets are a re-purchase. These come in really handy for blotting away excess oil. These also claim to minimise pores and with the addition of Green Tea Extract, help re-texturise your skin.
Studio Kabuki Face Brush, £6
This is to replace my old e.l.f. Total Face Brush as I'm finding it quite rough and irritating on my skin. This Kabuki brush feels supersoft and can be used to apply wet or dry products. I am planning on using this for applying powder.
Studio Flawless Finish Foundation in Porcelain, £7.50
This is also a re-purchase. This is a great daily foundation and matches my skin tone well. It applies really well with my MUA stippling brush and really does give a "flawless finish". I also like that it has an SPF 15 protection. I'm pretty sure the original price was £6.75 so it's a little disappointing that they've increased it.
Essentials Flawless Eyeshadow in Happy Hour, £2.50
I have this same palette in Smoky and love it; it's a great palette for an evening look. I'm hoping this one will be just as great and also suitable for wearing during the day. The colours look lovely! I love that these palettes have a step-by-step guide on application and they are amazingly priced at just £2.50!
Essentials Nail Polish in Copper, £2.50
I haven't tried an e.l.f. polish before so hopefully they have a decent formula. I chose the colour Copper to introduce the metallics trend to my look. I'm not sure about the shade to be honest but I'll have to wait and see how it looks when applied!
Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky, £3.95
I literally have just one other blusher so I thought I should try another! This soft and shimmering blush claims to add a healthy glow to your skin and they have a rich pigmentation. I'm really looking forward to trying this!

I must say I am impressed with the new outer packaging for the products; the packaging looks really sleek and stylish and protects the products well.

Have you purchased anything from e.l.f. recently?
Check back soon for a special Face Of The Day post soon, featuring some of these new products!
Follow on Bloglovin


  1. I like the look of the brush Emma. It looks lovely and soft x

  2. thejollyfashionista20 March 2014 at 17:06

    It feels really silky-soft; my old one's going in the bin! xxx

  3. I must try E.L.F brushes, the packaging-like you mention, looks so sleek and stylish. Really elegant!
    Great haul :D
    L xo

  4. thejollyfashionista20 March 2014 at 20:59

    Yeah they are really good; I have the eyeshadow brush too which I love. Thank you! :) xxx


I absolutely love reading your comments and really appreciate your input! x