Thursday, January 6, 2011

Elf encyclopedia, and Elf 100 pallete pics

Here is a purple eyeshadow look using the Elf 100 palette or the Studio Endless Eyes Pro Eyeshadow Palette. I just say Elf 100, easier and quicker. :-) It is very pigmented, blended well, and very vibrant. I am very happy with this palette, and can't wait to try the other colors. I'm actually happier with this palette than I was with Coastal Scents because it isn't powdery, and chalky like like CS was, it also didn't wash me out like some of their colors did. For $10, you can't go wrong with this. :) I also got the mini $5 palette, that consisted of the same colors, just 32 in that one. 32 palette = Endless Eyes Pro mini eyeshadow palette = too doggone wordy for me, lol.  However, I gave the 32 palette away as a gift, and she loved that one just as much as I loved the 100. :-)






Here is a look I did with the Elf Encyclopedia. If I'm not mistaken, it was the Sparkle edition, it was a teal and green color. I'm very impressed and although the camera on my phone didn't show it too well, it was very pretty in person.


You can't go wrong for $5, and I even saw them in Target and Walgreens! I believe the only one I don't have is the Smokey Eye Edition, I want that one because it has a blue shadow that looks similar to the shadow Nicki Minaj wears, and I want to try that look one day. :-)
Thank you to my sis Nicki for the wonderful gifts. :-)

2 comments:

Adjua said...

I think I want to get these palettes. The big box of shadows I got from NYX was ultra disappointing. If the shadows in the ELF 100 palette are half as good as the shadows in the ELF Encyclopedias than that makes them 3 times better than the NYX shadows. I'll never buy NYX shadows again...I mean it this time too, lol.

Shan said...

Based on what you showed me, I'm very positive the Elf 100 is waay better than the Nyx. Some of the colors in the 100 are the same as most in the Encyclopedias as well. It's still $10, and that's a steal imo.