Eyes Lips Face, also known as e.l.f. Cosmetics, is an international cosmetics brand based in New York City. Founded by Joseph Shamah and Scott Vincent Borba in 2004, it sells products largely at $1, $3, and $6 price points.Items include bath and skin-care products, mineral-based makeup, professional tools, eyeliners, lipstick, glosses,[7] blushes, bronzers, brushes, and mascara, among others. (wikipedia.com)

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828 products

32,114 reviews

70% would repurchase

Recent e.l.f. Reviews

Lip Treatments -e.l.f. -Studio Lip Exfoliator

on 7/18/2018 10:54:00 PM


This lip scrub has been a total lifesaver for me! Due to the recent change of season, my lips have become a lot more dry and flaky. Thankfully, I saw this lip scrub had great reviews and decided to try it out. I am totally converted to it now! I used to use Lush's lip scrubs, but they were quite messy and slightly unhygienic. I love that this one is in a lipstick bullet applicator, so I don't have to dip my fingers into it. I simply lick my lips to dampen them slightly, apply a light layer of this product, rub my lips together to help exfoliate and them wipe off with a tissue. It does a great job of removing dry flakes while simultaneously hydrating my lips. I have this in the Cherry Tart scent, which I do enjoy. It is more a generic artificial sweet scent than a true cherry scent however, but it is light and not unpleasant. It doesn't linger on the lips. It smells like candy and is not too sickly. This product is super cheap ($8AUD) and really effective. I will definitely repurchase when I finish it, and would recommend it to anyone. A+

Eye Shadow -e.l.f. -Best Friend Eyeshadow Duo


I have this in the shade Tea for Two which is a shimmery taupe and matte cream, and I've been reaching for this more than some of my other high end palettes because of its simplicity. I found with the taupe color it took a few uses plus a bit of scraping for it to show up but once it did the two work really well to make a basic neutral eye with no creasing and lasts very well through out the day. It's also very travel friendly and small enough to keep in your purse if you like to touch up your shadow throughout the day. I do find it's a bit powdery, but it's not really that noticeable so I won't knock off a lippie

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Primer/ Corrector -e.l.f. -Studio Blemish Control Primer

on 7/15/2018 12:10:00 PM


I stopped wearing foundation for a while, only occasionally. I started to wear it more often though, and I use the cover girl 2 in 1. I wasn't really using primer, and it applied smoothly using a brush. I saw my twin had the elf blemish control primer, and it had claimed to help with acne using helpful ingredients. So I decided "hm why not?" But as soon as I started using it, my makeup wasn't spreading correctly and was calling up. I thought maybe the brush just needed to be washed, so I switched to my beauty blender. It didn't make too much of a difference, but I figured it was because it was so hot those days that maybe it was messing with the consistency of my foundation or something. But then today I was in a rush, so I skipped the primer, and my foundation applied flawlessly once again! I really wanted this primer to work so that I could be helping my skin while still wearing makeup, but unfortunately that wasn't the case. I would still use this if I wear just using concealer on a few spots, or if I were to wear a light foundation. :)

Pressed Powders -e.l.f. -Studio Translucent Mattifying Powder-- ALL SHADES

on 7/13/2018 2:54:00 PM


I bought this when I was out of town on a trip, because I'd only brought one of my "illuminating" powders with me and it was just making me look shiny. When I got home, I just about never used it because I have a million powders. And I just about pitched it earlier this year - not because there was anything wrong with it, but just because I needed space.

I'm glad I didn't, though! I have been using it the past few weeks when I get ready in the morning - not all over my face because I don't need mattifying everywhere, but just in the places that can tend to get shiny. It seems like every product I use these days is "luminous" (and I love that, don't get me wrong) but placement is everything. Not everything needs to look "lit from within."

Extra points for packaging and the big mirror. Both very nice. The product itself is fine though there isn't much of it. I never used the sponge, so I have no opinion on that. It's inexpensive and readily available in drugstores, so I probably would re-purchase especially if I get caught out of town without powder!

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Eyeliner -e.l.f. -Mineral Eyeliner

on 7/12/2018 3:02:00 AM


This is an average eyeliner. It's soft and glides on well (there is absolutely no tugging) and the pigment is fine (I have the coffee-coloured one). Drawing a fairly thin line is not a problem. It doesn't last on my lids all day though, so I need to reapply after about 4-5 hours. As there are eyeliners that do a better jobb, I wouldn't buy it again.

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