For me, it all started with Benetint lip and cheek…
Mirror, mirror on the wall… how can I look my best for the ball? Heads to Walgreen’s with $10 in hand, and you’ll be the fairest in all the land! This elf Cosmetics Disney Villains Evil Queen Look Book has cast a spell on me!
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- e.l.f. Cosmetics eyelid primer
- e.l.f. Cosmetics 6 eyeshadow palette
- e.l.f. Cosmetics brightening eyeliner pencil
- e.l.f. Cosmetics mascara
- e.l.f. Cosmetics lip gloss
- e.l.f. Cosmetics eyeshadow brush (full-size)
Huntsman – a warm vanilla shimmer perfect for highlighting
Jealousy – a light cool brown shimmer good for the lid
Majesty – a light warm olive shimmer
Witch – a mid-grey satin
Vanity – a warm coffee brown satin
Dark Magic – a deep purple with purple and red shimmer
I created my own subtle day look using all the products (to test it out AND I am not good at reading instructions).
Lid: e.l.f Cosmetics lid primer + Jealousy working its way out to Majesty. A touch of Huntsman in the center lid.
Outer corner and crease: Vanity + Dark Magic
Blending out crease: Jealousy
Brow bone: Huntsman
Top lash line: e.l.f Cosmetics Liquid liner with Witch over top to soften the edges
Bottom lash line: e.l.f Cosmetics crightening eyeliner pencil
Lashes: e.l.f. Cosmetics mascara
Hits: Most of this kit was phenomenal, especially for the price. The eyeshadows were very pigmented and buttery. The lid primer was close in quality to the Urban Decay one I use. Both liners and the mascara were also pretty great!
Misses: The brush was only so-so and the lip gloss wasn’t my fave (it feathered and didn’t stay on very long).
Final verdict? Get to your local Walgreen’s and grab this kit (and the other Disney Villains kits!) And while you’re at it, send some my way. These are only available in the US. *sad face*