ELF Studio Blush Haul
Recently ELF had 50% off everything which they brought back due to popular demand, and so I took advantage of this and bought a few things. I say a few, it came to £32 including the 50% off, oops. I'm going to be breaking up the haul though, so it's not one massive post. I'm starting with the blushes I bought, as they're always my favourite.
This time I only bought things from the Studio range where most items are £3.75.
This is the first time I've tried a Studio Cream Blush and it's not the exact colour I thought it was, but ELF has never been good with swatches. It's in the colour tease and on the website it looks quite coral but it's still a beautiful colour. The texture is not what I was expecting as it's almost bouncy. This is the most expensive blush I bought for £6.50.
The next three blushes I have are the normal Studio Line Blushes and are £3.75 each.
This is Fucshia Fusion which is a lot bright then I usually go for, but I thought it looked pretty. It is highly pigmented, but if you use a light hand it works well. Again, only £3.75
Next this is Twinkle Pink and I think it's quickly becoming my favourite blush. It has some shimmer in it, but it isn't too over the top. It is such a beautiful colour. I was wearing this today and it just gives a nice glow.
Finally, Giddy Gold which I wasn't expecting to be this gold despite the name! It's almost a bronzer on my skin, but it's still gorgeous.
Swatches from Bottom to top
- Studio Cream Blush - Tease
- Studio Blush - Fucshia Fusion
- Studio Blush - Twinkle Pink
- Studio Blush - Giggity Gold