I did some more shopping. Is anyone shocked?
e.l.f. cosmetics had a Veteran's Day sale and I indulged. Funny enough, only one (maybe two?) of the items I chose qualified for the sale. Ha! So my excuse to justify my shopping fell flat on its face. But, honestly, e.l.f. products are so damn affordable, do you really need to justify buying them?
No. No you do not.
So I went in.
I was primarily drawn in to the sale by all the new brushes e.l.f. released recently. Many of them remind of of the airbrush-effect brushes that a lot of high end brands have on the market (think It Cosmetics and other brushes like them). So, how could I possibly resist testing them out? After all, if they are comparable, I'd be saving in the long run.
Now come see what I'm talking about and tell me you don't agree.
e.l.f. Selfie Ready Powder Brush ($6) | e.l.f. Ultimate Blending Brush ($6) | e.l.f. Selfie Ready Foundation Brush ($6) | e.l.f. Sculpting Face Brush ($6) | e.l.f. Blending Brush dupe for Sephora Brush #53 ($6) | e.l.f. Illuminating Palette ($6) packaging calls it Ambient Palette | e.l.f. Lip Exfoliator Mint ($3)
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