About the brand

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)

https://www.elfcosmetics.com/

Overall rating
3.8
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70%
would repurchase
3.8
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Overall rating
70%
would repurchase

Latest e.l.f. Cosmetics Reviews

Studio Small Stipple Brush

I have two of these and I use it only for my cream blushes and - bronzers. I have only two minor complaints: the handles are very, very light weight, and the black coating have started to come off within a few months. I don’t mind since the most important feature for me of any makeup brush are the bristles, which are bristles are soft and withstand my weekly washings very well. I would recommend them.

Studio Small Stipple Brush
5.0
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2 days ago

I have two of these and I use it only for my cream blushes and - bronzers. I have only two minor complaints: the handles are very, very light weight, and the black coating have started to come off within a few months. I don’t mind since the most important feature for me of any makeup brush are the bristles, which are bristles are soft and withstand my weekly washings very well. I would recommend them.


Hydrating Camo Concealer
5.0
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7 days ago

My favorite concealer I've ever tried! It looks awesome under my eyes and I have dry, aging skin with fine lines. It doesn't settle into my lines or accentuate dry patches. It provides a smooth, flawless finish that lasts. I prep my skin with my usual moisturizing and hydrating toners / creams / hydrating primer. I apply then blend with a damp sponge. The price is right too! I love it! Highly recommend.

Hydrating Camo Concealer
5.0
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7 days ago

My favorite concealer I've ever tried! It looks awesome under my eyes and I have dry, aging skin with fine lines. It doesn't settle into my lines or accentuate dry patches. It provides a smooth, flawless finish that lasts. I prep my skin with my usual moisturizing and hydrating toners / creams / hydrating primer. I apply then blend with a damp sponge. The price is right too! I love it! Highly recommend.

Lip Plumping Gloss - Sparking Rose

I've got this one in every bathroom of my house, every purse and each car. It is foolproof. When I walked into an Ulta wearing it, one of the sales associates literally stopped dead in her tracks and asked what I was wearing. (It was ironic because I was checking to see if Buxom had their lip-plumping glosses on sale -- no, still wanted $20+! -- but after seeing her reaction, I just might kiss my Buxom craving to the curb. It has that slight minty tingle to convey "plumping," but I don't believe that works in any of them. And, no, it's not going to last for hours, probably not even one. I usually slap it on when I get where I'm going. No need for liner or even a mirror.(I usually stay clear of the outer edges of my lower lip because it has a tendency to bleed if you go to heavy.) Stay on the bow and center. It'll work itself out to where it needs to go. I'm late 50s and even a slightly deep color looks hard on me even though I'm a dark brunette with med. beige skintone. Elf Sparkling Rose looks sexy. It looks perfect. Whenever I see it available, I buy a couple. Perfect gloss for $3? Stock up!

Lip Plumping Gloss - Sparking Rose
5.0
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8 days ago

I've got this one in every bathroom of my house, every purse and each car. It is foolproof. When I walked into an Ulta wearing it, one of the sales associates literally stopped dead in her tracks and asked what I was wearing. (It was ironic because I was checking to see if Buxom had their lip-plumping glosses on sale -- no, still wanted $20+! -- but after seeing her reaction, I just might kiss my Buxom craving to the curb. It has that slight minty tingle to convey "plumping," but I don't believe that works in any of them. And, no, it's not going to last for hours, probably not even one. I usually slap it on when I get where I'm going. No need for liner or even a mirror.(I usually stay clear of the outer edges of my lower lip because it has a tendency to bleed if you go to heavy.) Stay on the bow and center. It'll work itself out to where it needs to go. I'm late 50s and even a slightly deep color looks hard on me even though I'm a dark brunette with med. beige skintone. Elf Sparkling Rose looks sexy. It looks perfect. Whenever I see it available, I buy a couple. Perfect gloss for $3? Stock up!