e.l.f. Zit Zapper
If you get acne/pimples ever, you need to buy this immediately. It’s only $1 at Target, and is a definite staple for me. It’s a blend of salicylic acid, tea tree oil, witch hazel, and camphor. It’s not the strongest stuff, but definitely helps when my skin is acting up. There’s a bit of a smell, but not strong enough to be noticeable when it’s dry, and goes on clear (works beautifully under makeup). Wholly recommend—almost done with another tube! x

e.l.f. Zit Zapper

If you get acne/pimples ever, you need to buy this immediately. It’s only $1 at Target, and is a definite staple for me. It’s a blend of salicylic acid, tea tree oil, witch hazel, and camphor. It’s not the strongest stuff, but definitely helps when my skin is acting up. There’s a bit of a smell, but not strong enough to be noticeable when it’s dry, and goes on clear (works beautifully under makeup). Wholly recommend—almost done with another tube! x

e.l.f. makeup haul! 
Yeah, I ended up buying quite a bit more than I expected. Love everything so far, though!

e.l.f. makeup haul! 

Yeah, I ended up buying quite a bit more than I expected. Love everything so far, though!


e.l.f. Studio Eyebrow Kit

So, I’m pretty obsessed with e.l.f. Cosmetics at the moment… I’m adding to a shopping cart for the summer (and I’ve already hit over $50).

One of my absolute favorites is definitely this eyebrow kit. I’ve only recently even started taking care of my eyebrows. Quick story time: when I was younger, Alexander McQueen (the famous, genius designer) told me my natural shape didn’t fit my face, and proceeded to draw in where he thought my eyebrows… leading to me overplucking for the longest time. A few months ago, I decided to actually grow in my brows to add definition to my face, but I realized that mine are too sparse and messy. So, I started using a pencil, and then I found this.

Seriously, this stuff is amazing, and it’s only $3. I bought the “dark” version, but I’m getting “medium” with my next order, and possibly “ash.” As you can see in the picture, it’s divided into a small mirrored compact with two trays, one gel and one powder. There’s also a little brush, which some people complain about, but I find fits its purpose well. You use the gel to fill in spots and keep hairs in place, and then use the powder to set it. Some days, when I’m running late, I just brush the powder over my eyebrows to bring definition, but I’m starting to like using the gel by itself. At any rate, the powder works great for minor facial contouring.

I can almost see sunlight outside, and I haven’t gone to sleep at all… so this post’s probably a bit ramble-y. Sorry, everyone.

You can find this (and other e.l.f. products) at Target, as well as online. Personally, if you’re going to be buying a handful of items, I’d go to their website. There’s a ton of different coupon codes you can use for discounts (free shipping, a cut on mineral makeup, etc.), and the selection’s much larger.


It’s official… I’m obsessed with e.l.f. Cosmetics.

Seriously, how can something this cheap be this wonderful? I’m super happy with all the stuff that I have right now, and these are the things I’m going to buy in a couple weeks after exams are over (since I need some summer makeup).

I’ll probably post reviews of some of the stuff I have (so in love with the lotion wipes… They’re a bit pricy for lotion, even by normal standards, but the scent’s so sweet)… any requests for anything (can be any brand/product… just comment/send me a message!)?

Got a ton of e.l.f. makeup in the mail today! :) This was $16 (free shipping over $15 with the code ECD19) for everything, and I’m kindofinlove. 
I’ve liked this brand for a really long time, even though I haven’t used very many of their products-they’re all incredibly inexpensive, but there are quite a few products that compete with high-end brands (or, at the very least, brands that are a few times more expensive). 

Got a ton of e.l.f. makeup in the mail today! :) This was $16 (free shipping over $15 with the code ECD19) for everything, and I’m kindofinlove. 

I’ve liked this brand for a really long time, even though I haven’t used very many of their products-they’re all incredibly inexpensive, but there are quite a few products that compete with high-end brands (or, at the very least, brands that are a few times more expensive).