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My household is female dominant which means that makeup can get expensive if I were to let it. I introduced my older daughter to the e.l.f. cosmetic line, which she now loves. Now my younger daughter purchases e.l.f. cosmetics that she continuously uses too. e.l.f. is in my budget and keeps cosmetics affordable.
One of the first e.l.f. products that I started using was their eyeshadow brushes. Since I am always looking for eyeshadow brushes, I began purchasing the $1.00 Eyeshadow Brush and the $1.00 Blending Eye Brush. In all honesty, I was surprised that they didn’t quickly fall apart. Now both of my teenage daughters purchase the e.l.f. brushes when they need one. I own some of the high name brand brushes which are excellent to use, but for the few dollars spent I must give e.l.f. props for these inexpensive items.
e.l.f. Cosmetics For Me and My Family
My family has bought many of the e.l.f. products, but some of our favorites are the Blush in Tickled Pink, Baked Highlighter in Moonlight Pearls, Sweet Cherry Lip Exfoliator, and Cover Everything Concealer in Corrective Yellow. Although these are colors and products that my family uses, not every color will fit every individual. The nice thing about using e.l.f. is that you can buy many products because they are so inexpensive.
e.l.f. continues to grow their product line with wonderful products and colors to compete with other makeup manufacturers. I won’t go into detail about the e.l.f. FAQs good or bad because it’s obvious just looking at the price of e.l.f. that the purchases made are about affordability. One good quality about e.l.f. products are that they are cruelty-free and vegan-friendly.
Our family uses various name brands when it comes to makeup products; however, buying makeup for teens just learning how to apply it to their faces makes e.l.f. a win in my book.