Friday, September 17, 2010

ELF All over color sticks

After watching one of Kim Kardashian's how-to make up videos on Youtube, I felt very inspired to use a color stick or tint on my cheeks before I put my foundation on to give that really nice flushed look. I have been eye-ing these for a long time, but I always tell myself I don't need it since I have hear a lot of reviews saying that it isn't good. I guess I'm one of those people that won't be satisfied till i actually have it.

ELF Company Claim: "3 in 1 color for your eyes, lips, and or face! Get the color that illuminates for a healthy glow, and instantly soothes and conditions the skin for fresh and natural color all day long."
These come on a little twist thing to get to the product and a clear lid that you just pop on. If you have mini Tarte cheek tints, these are the exact same same and exact same packaging but just a little bit more simple. I wouldn't say these are cheap looking, but my lilac petal just breaks apart all weird.

As for the texture, it is kinda a little bit dry and too solid to work as a cheek tint. To solve that problem, you can just use your fingers to warm it up and dab it on your cheeks or where ever your using it on your face. Although the texture is a little bit hard to work with, the glowy-ness iit gives is really nice. I think most people would just buy spotlight as a highlight, but it is a little bit concealer ish. This is basically the only way I use these, as a cheek tint or highlighting. Also it is very hard to blend out and some of the colors are a little bit to shimmer to work with.

-price: B ($1 each)
-packaging: C+
-product quality: C+
-Overall quality: C+
-Buy again? No


  1. They looks quite good actually :)
    Is there any way I could contact you? :)



    1. I do have an account on Luuux that im very active on :). Other then that not really, i have a youtube account but i don't exactly do videos since i stink in front of the camera LOL

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