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daisyb

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PostSubject: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptySun May 24, 2009 3:30 pm

Hi girls,

I just wondered if anybody has used any ELF make-up? I was looking on the website and saw how cheap it is but didn't want to order if the products aren't worth it.

Thanks!

xoxo
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DollyV

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptySun May 24, 2009 6:53 pm

£1.50 for an all over cover stick?! You're right that's ridiculously cheap. Now I'm intrigued by ELF too!

Free shipping on orders over £30 too. Coool
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webdivauk

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyMon May 25, 2009 5:33 am

I use ELF cosmetics. Their products are not bad considering the price. Products that I would not recommend are the cream eye shadow, the colours are very odd but ok to use as an eye shadow base.

I love the eyelashes, bronzing powders and lipsticks.
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DollyV

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyMon May 25, 2009 12:36 pm

Ok where does the quality fall between? Due to the cheapness, are we talking like a brand between Collection 2000 and Rimmel? That's the impression I get.

I have a lot of high street brand makeup, some of it's crap, lots of it is outdated (frosted, eeew!), some of it is indeed very good. I find it's worth spending that much more on foundations.
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webdivauk

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyMon May 25, 2009 1:31 pm

About that level I would say. There are a few really good products some of which I mentioned in my other post, and there are others which are not so good. It's a bit of trial and error with them.

Sian
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daisyb

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyMon May 25, 2009 4:09 pm

To spend over £30 you'd have to buy every product! Haha

Have you tried the concealer at all? I need a new one so was wondering whether to give it a try.

Thanks!
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samWalsh



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Registration date : 2009-05-20

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyWed Jul 29, 2009 9:01 am

I've just ordered a load of the studio line stuff stillonly cost me £35. Has anyone else tried the studio stuff?
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hellobianca

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Location : Toronto!
Registration date : 2009-08-12

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PostSubject: Re: ELF cosmetics   ELF cosmetics EmptyWed Aug 12, 2009 5:58 pm

I was wondering that too about E.L.F. products.
I found some of their eyeshadow "looks" sets for $8.99 CDN at Winners. Ended up purchasing the "Everyday Eyes" one and actually loved it. The eye shadow & brown mascara that came in it aren't bad. They went on nicely, were brilliant shades and colours.
They had a few different kits there, including two lip gloss ones. I might go pick them up.

Hope that was a little helpful.
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