I invite you to come along for a fashionably fierce and insane ride. 

Stylish regards,
Alexa

#eyeslipsface shopping trip to Target! #CBias #SocialFabric






#eyeslipsface

I was sent on a shopping trip this weekend to 
Target, to purchase $20 worth of items from a 
line called ELF. All I can say is that I am 
pleasantly surprised. Expecting to go and find
a line where I could only afford two products
like most of the overpriced makeup lines today,
this one was much different. I didn't go in to 
Target with a specific item that I wanted. I knew
I need new concealer and powder, but how much was
this all going to cost? 

My usual makeup regime is really little. 
Eyeshadow on some days (if I'm feeling daring),
otherwise a bit of concealer to hide blemishes
and a powder that I use because my face is 
for some odd reason very red and looks like
I'm always blushing (even when guys aren't around.)
Elf has everyday cosmetics ranging from $1-$6,
max. 

Anyway, since makeup doesn't get old until you 
run out of it, this was the perfect opportunity
to pick up some of my most needed items. I got 8.
For $20. Imagine 8 products at a Sephora or MAC
store, costing you hmm...around $100+? I'm pretty
poor right now since I have no income obviously,
 and all most people can afford these days is the 
bare minimum, especially when it comes to items 
like makeup that no one HAS to have. ELF allows 
you to purchase all your makeup essentials in 
one place at the same time! You're on your way
to Target now, right?

You can buy elf cosmetics online at eyelipsface.com,
in Target stores, and in select Walmart stores. 

Check out my Google+ story here on elf cosmetics!

Follow Elf on Twitter/ Facebook.

I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of 
a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and e.l.f. #CBias #SocialFabric. All opinions
stated are my own.


Xo,
Ms.Fashionista
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