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Thursday, April 3, 2014

e.l.f Baked Eyeshadow Palettes

I remember when these first came out on the e.l.f website, they were the craze! The e.l.f baked eyeshadow palettes come in 4 shades Texas, Seattle, California, and NYC. Each palette contains 10 baked eyeshadow colors and all shades are shimmer/glitter. These retail for $10.00 and the packaging is very great in my opinion, a very sturdy rectangle matte black snap shut case. I have swatched these wet and dry, sorry about the lighting in some of the swatch photos.

e.l.f says: Each Baked Palette features 10 gorgeous baked eyeshadows so you can achieve a flawless look whenever, wherever. The silky and blendable formula of our Baked Eyeshadow provides smooth and even application with each sweep of color. Baked in an oven, these eyeshadows offer rich pigmentation for a beautiful effect. Infused with active key ingredients Jojoba, Rose, Sunflower, Apricot and Grape to nourish and hydrate the skin. The long-lasting and shimmering color can be worn wet for a vibrant effect or dry for sheer pigmentation, offering a variety of gorgeous eye looks! Apply dry all over the eyelid with a brush for a subtle wash of color or apply wet for a vibrant effect. Choose a light color to apply all over the eyelid as a base or to highlight. Next, apply a medium shade over the eyelid or in the crease to contour. Then apply the darkest shade to define and line the eye for depth and a smoky look.




                                                       Texas- Brown/bronze shades
                                         

                                                     Seattle- Purple/smokey shades


                                                      California- Brown/gold shades

                                                        NYC- Grey/brown shades




When applied dry some of the shades can be sheer but a lot of them are still very pigmented and when applied wet they are so intense! Absolutely love these palettes! What are your thoughts on them?




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