Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Review: ELF Studio Line Blush

Hello there:)

      I personally really like these blushes, they have good pigmentation, they go on smooth, they blend out easily, and aren't blotchy. They do leave some loose powder when you stick your brush in them, but not all of them and its not much. Some of them you need to be light handed with like Pink Passion and Fuchsia Fusion, but colors like Candid Coral or Peachy Keen are more on the sheer side and need to be built up. All in all these are really great blushes whither your on a budget or not, and I would suggest everyone gives at least one of them a try. The only one I wouldn't suggest is Twinkle Pink, it's a pretty color but the glitter in it makes it a bit unwearable and crazy but if that's your thing then rock it.
    This is what the ELF site says about the "The soft sheer texture blends into the skin for a silky finish. Designed to be worn alone or layered for more depth. Highlight your complexion with a subtle healthy glow!" They really do have a silky finish except the Twinkle Pink which is very sparkly, these do go over cream blushes nicely with out looking cakey or blotchy, and the finish on them does give a nice glow, so the website is actually honest about these.

    These blushes are 3.00usd or 3.75pounds but are always on sell or you can get free shipping, they can be found at the ELF website, and in Target for those in the US. Some Wal Marts are also starting to sell ELF too. They come in 11 different shades, and several finishes.

ELF website: (US)
Thanks for reading, next review will be on Coastal Scents 42 matte double stack palette. Please leave any request down below, and have you tried these blushes what are your thoughts on them?

**All products mentioned were purchased by me, all opinions are my own and this is not sponsored.

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