HAUL: E.L.F. Studio Brushes & Mineral Eyeshadows

Studio Brushes ($3.00 ea)
      -Angle Foundation Brush
      -Powder Brush
      -Contour Brush
      -Small Angled Brush
      -Stipple Brush

Studio Kabuki Brush ($5.00)

Endless Eyes Pro Mini Eyeshadow Palette Limited Edition - Everyday Basics ($5.00)

Mineral Eyeshadows (10 Free Eyeshadows) + $6.95 shipping
       -Temptress (matte)
       -Enchanting (matte)
       -Smolderng - backordered

Total Spent: $31.95

The brushes have very soft bristles as many have stated. I purposely picked the ones that were most purchased and have high ratings. The prices and quality are really good so I would definitely recommend their brushes, especially for newbies like myself. However, they come in individual pouches that have very strong plastic smell so defnitely wash them before use. After first wash, the bristles would not fall off on its own unless you purposely pull them off. Just by texture and softness, I like the stipple, powder and angled foundation brushes the most. Haven't really used them yet.

The eyeshadow palette was smaller than expected, well I guess it was my problem since the name already hinted "MINI". The colors were pretty complete for everyday use. It comes with a two headed applier.

The mineral eyeshadows are VERY shiny, I would say even to the point being metallic.  I didn't want to get colors that are too extreme so I watched many youtube videos before picking the colors. I ended up picking several colors that are very similiar. I am now waiting for one more eyeshadow that backordered, once I get it I would definitely do some comparing swatches =D


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