Wednesday, 9 May 2012

ELF High Definition Undereye Setting Powder




I picked up this product a little while ago in one of my many ELF hauls. I'm rather in love with the brand this product reminded me of a Benefit product I owned quite a while ago called Powderflage - I don't think its available any more in the UK but I found a link here for its US listing. I loved Powderflage so was excited to try this product. 

I'm a bit in love with eye-liner and I have never found one (bar liquid) that doesn't fall slightly throughout the day. I brush this product on after applying my make-up and I find it just sets my eye make-up so much better than anything else I've tried. I find if I'm going uber tanned it does make the area I apply it to appear a little white eyed in photographs but using natural make-up then you can't tell its there but the slight white sheen to it does really open up the eyes. I like to place it in the corner of my eyes and on the brow bone too just to add a little extra sheen to my overall eye make-up look. 

It retails for £3.50 from the ELF studio range. It's packaged well like all of the ELF range in a clear plastic square pot with a black matte lid. It comes with a little brush which is ideal for handbag use but is a little small for day to day use. I prefer to use this ELF eye shadow brush which is just £1.50 and I think it gives a better effect.  

If Powderflage was still available and I was thinking of re-buying I would definitely swop to this product permanently - if anyone does remember it the only difference is Powderflage came with a fan brush and was a little pinkier in its tone. Other than that this product does just as good if not better a job. It sets my make-up so well and just finished off an eye look to take me through an entire night out without having to worry about fall out all the way down my face. 

Yet again a brilliant purchase from ELF - ladies I feel like I could buy their entire range please send me in the direction of any products you think I need to get my hands on :) 



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