I've always liked Elf Cosmetics. They make some of my favorite products and makeup tools. Recently I purchased some single eyeshadows from their studio line and now I'll be reviewing them for you guys. So let's start~~!
The packaging for these shadows is really simple, just a round compact. To close it, it clicks when you press down. However because they are baked eyeshadows, they are fragile. So if not treated carefully, they can break. Sadly one of mind broke recently ;_;
There are ten different shades, but I personally don't feel like there's a huge range of color options. The three I have are Pixie, Toasted, and Burnt Plum. Pixie is a pinky peach color with warm gold tones. Toasted is a shimmery bronze color. Burnt Plum is a dark red toned purple. Out of the three, I found Toasted to be the least pigmented.
I did swatch these shadows both wet and dry to show you how well pigmented they are.
As you can see, when wet the color is more vibrant and pigmented.
I really like the formulation of these eyeshadows. To the touch, they feel super soft and creamy even though they are a baked shadow.
As always, Elf is a really affordable brand and each eyeshadow only cost $3. For the amount of shadow you're getting and since it's so pigmented, they're a great value.
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I think these are great eyeshadows if you're on a budget and need some eyeshadows. Personally I'm not a huge fan of baked eyeshadows, but when I use these wet, they're amazing. If you guys want, I can make an eyeshadow look using these colors. Leave a comment if you want to see that.
So that was my review on the Elf Studio Baked Eyeshadows. Thank you for reading and I'll see you at my next post.