I actually have the Elf Volumizing and Defining mascara. I got this in my Beauty Bundle, and for someone who is very stubborn about mascaras, this is a pretty nice one. I was initially afraid of the wand because it's spikey and rubbery, and the last wand I used like that it felt like I was rubbing a porcupine in my eyes. This wand is much softer and doesn't stab you. The mascara as a whole works very well with the right application techniques, so I'd probably buy this again:)
The eyeshadow I have isn't a loose pigment like this one. It's a pressed eyeshadow in "Disco DJ", which is a light, powdery gray. It's very pigmented, especially for such a light shade, and it blends very well without completely blending away. Some of the best eyeshadow I've used!
This is the first eye primer I've ever used because I'd never really even known about them until just recently. I originally wanted to try the Urban Decay Primer Potion, but that's way out of my budget at the moment, so I decided to try this. I think it does the job. It evens the skin tone and brings out the pigment in your eyeshadow well enough. Until I can afford Urban Decay, I have no problem continuing to use this.
I bought the "Elf Undereye Kit" , which includes the concealer and highlighter duo, an undereye primer, and a concealer brush. Honestly, I have yet to use everything together, as I'm currently using another under eye concealer, but separately each item works very well. I've tested the concealer and highlighter, and they work just as well as what I'm currently using. The concealer brush is very good and is just the right size for the undereye area. The undereye primer I'm not so sure about because I haven't really been able to tell a difference when I've put it on. But other than that, it's a great kit if you have chronic problems with dark circles.
I really love this! It's basically just a lipstick made out of brown sugar, and it exfoliates fairly well. As expected, your lips will be a little tender right after you use it, but just make sure you slather on a nice thick layer of some very nourishing lipbalm. I use the little tiny Vaseline Cocoa Butter formula for lips which has worked wonders.
I have these shimmer sheets in "Golden" (I'm definitely more of a bronzor/contour person than a blush person). I think these are a really awesome idea and are great in a major, major emergency, whatever that may be, but in non-absolute must-have situations, these sheets miss the mark. They go on really strong and are hard to blend out, so even in an emergency you'd still have to half way scrub your face off to get it to look good.
I have this palette in "Seattle", and first off, let me say that this is the exact same baked eyeshadow palette that Sephora sells, but they sell it for a much higher price. This palette I think was anywhere between $6-$8, whereas with Sephora you'll probably be paying atleast $15. Go with the Elf palette, trust me. It's an amazing palette, could be a little more pigmented, but it's still worth it.
When I first got this, I didn't know anything about fixing eyebrows. But as soon as I got it home and tried it, even though I had no idea what I was doing, I managed to make some pretty decent looking brows. This is a great kit, especially for those who need a little extra help!