Okay, to be fair to the title, “new” is subjective. I haven’t purchased any E.L.F. products in quite a while, but when I heard they were having a 50% sale (which is over now, but does happen periodically), I decided to check out what was new to me. Which is almost the whole damn store. So, I went shopping!
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I may have done a little damage. But E.L.F. is so affordable as it is, and then you subtract 50% off of everything?
Complete Skin Care Regimen ($51.00 | I paid $25.50)
This is the first thing I picked out. I’ve heard a ton of people talk about their skincare line and I’ve never tried any of it! I do believe I have their eye cream in my stash, but I haven’t tried it yet. But, this was a crazy good deal. All of this for $50 is a really good deal, but $25?! How do you pass that up?
This set includes:
Illuminating Eye Cream ($10.00)
This is made with purified water, cucumber and green tea. It claims to hydrate and minimize the appearance of dark circles and puffiness for glowing, healthy looking skin. I will say, it does seem to provide an illumination to my skin. And can we take a second to appreciate their glow-up when it comes to packaging?
Nourishing Night Cream ($12.00)
This cream claims to rehydrate and refresh skin overnight for glowing, healthy looking skin. This is a really moisturizing cream from my first few impressions of it. It has almost a slight minty smell to me though. It’s not bad, just a bit for a night cream.
Exfoliating Scrub ($5.00)
At $5 for 5 FL OZ, this scrub is only $1/oz, which is pretty damn good considering how much I normally spend for scrubs. And just these three products cover what I paid for this whole regimen! This has really fine granules, which is actually quite nice!
Daily Face Cleanser ($4.00)
This is infused with Purified Water to hydrate the skin. I haven’t tried this out yet, but I’m normally not too picky with cleanser. And that price though – drooool.
Daily Hydration Moisturizer ($8.00)
This is a lightly scented moisturizer that feels almost gel-like. It smells amazing and is super cooling, which is a huge plus for me because, ya know – Arizona.
Hydrating Serum ($12.00)
This is thicker than most serums that I’m used to, but I love the way it feels. This is infused with Purified Water, Jojoba, Aloe, Vitamin E, and Shea Butter. The packaging seems so much more luxe than the E.L.F. that I’m used to and I’m loving it!
Massaging Eye Wand Set ($25.00 | I paid $12.50)
This is a really cool set. This comes with another Illuminating Eye Cream and a Massaging Eye Wand. I love facial treatments like this wand, so this set really intrigues me. And another eye cream is always a good thing to have too. They also sell the Massaging Eye Wand individually for $25.00 too.
Eye Makeup Remover Balm ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I am a huge fan of makeup melting balms, so a lipstick shaped balm definitely caught my attention. The price is great too, since most makeup melting balms I’ve used in the past have been triple this price. This would be great for traveling or to throw in your purse.
Mouth Off Lipstick Remover Pads ($2.00 | I paid $1.00)
These are little pads that look like those nail polish remover pads and they’re encased in a little black jar with a screw on lid, making them ideal for taking on-the-go for quick fixes. I’ll probably end up tossing in my purse.
Kiss It Goodbye Lip Color Remover ($3.00 | I paid $1.50)
This is marketed towards removing lip stains, which will definitely help me with swatches. I like trying out these lip color removers because using baby wipes (my go-to method) is really not ideal.
Poreless Face Primer ($6.00 | I paid $3.00)
This has a very thick and creamy texture and a slightly minty scent. It’s definitely interesting. Most ‘poreless’ face primers are silicone based and this doesn’t feel that thick, but the texture is kind of off to me, based on first impressions.
Illuminating Primer Mist ($8.00 | I paid $4.00)
I have E.L.F.s Aqua Beauty Primer Mist and I really like it, so I decided to try out this illuminating version. These are really decent knock-offs or what have yous for the Smashbox Primer Water, which I absolutely adore.
Prep & Hydrate Balm ($8.00 | I paid $4.00)
This is a pretty cool product. It’s a water based primer stick. I love the stick format and the balm itself is very cooling and hydrating, so this will be great for the summertime.
Selfie Ready Foundation Blurring Brush ($6.00 | I paid $3.00)
I was intrigued by this because it claims to “blur product into the skin” and I’m really curious about how this compares to my regular blender sponges.
Solid Sponge Cleanser ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I cannot stand cleaning my makeup brushes. I hate, hate, hate it. So I’m always looking for products to make that quicker and easier. I tried one of those electric brush cleaners and it was terrible, so I’m excited to give this a try!
Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths – 2 Pack ($5.00 | I paid $2.50)
$2.50 for 2 packs of makeup removing cloths is a stellar deal, so I had to snatch it up. Plus, I heard that these were great for removing swatches and a bit less harsh than baby wipes, so I’m gonna try them out that way.
Flyaway Tamers ($2.00 | I paid $1.00)
I suffer from those little baby hairs that are apparently common with post-partum hair loss, and they annoy the Hell out of me. I’m hoping that these will work so I can drop that extra hair product from my routine.
Hydrating Coconut Mist ($6.00 | I paid $3.00)
This mist has a slight coconut scent to it, but I love having these sprays on hand (especially during the summers) to refresh my makeup or just to give my skin a nice refresh during the day without disturbing my makeup.
Lock On Lip Primer ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I love lip primers. Anything to help my lip product stay in place for as long as possible. I’m terribly at reapplying throughout the day. This is a very thin formula that feels pretty good on the lips.
Liquid Matte Lipstick in Tea Rose ($5.00 | I paid $2.50)
I haven’t tried any of their matte liquid lipsticks before, and I wanted to. I picked a more neutral shade. The formula feels nice and the color is gorgeous, exactly what I wanted. I like the applicator on this too, it’s slanted which makes it a bit easier to apply.
Metallic Lip Crayon in Radiant Rouge ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I’m not the biggest fan of metallic lip colors, but I’m trying to branch out of my comfort zone so I decided to give this a shot. The color is beautiful, and the metallic sheen doesn’t pack a huge punch so I feel that it will be a more wearable shade for everyday.
Rose Gold Matte Lip Vault ($35.00 | I paid $17.50)
How freaking gorgeous is this set? And that price? For 10 full size matte pencils? Amaaaazing. This includes a really great range of colors and is an incredible value.
Velvet Touch Eyeshadow Palette ($12.00 | I paid $6.00)
This is really cool. The packaging is actually quite nice for an E.L.F. product and the eyeshadows are a special cushion texture formula that feels amazing. The colors seem nice based on swatches, but I am a bit concerned about blendability.
Matte To Metal Eyeshadow Primer Transformer in Twinkling Taupe ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
This is a really nice formula and a very pretty color. I love layering colored eyeshadow primers & bases under eyeshadows to give them a bit more of a pop. And of course, to help it last.
Stardust Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling Silver ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I am a huge fan of the Urban Decay Heavy Metal glitter eyeliners, so I wanted to try out the more affordable E.L.F. one. This liner actually seems a bit more opaque than the Urban Decay line, which is nice for eye looks where I want some glitter!
Flawless Finish Foundation in Natural ($6.00 | I paid $3.00)
This foundation line is a bit disappointing as far as shade range goes. This shade is the lightest shade, and it seems a bit dark to me. The packaging is beautiful. It comes in a frosted glass bottle and it does have a pump, which I love. I’ll have to play around with the color of this and see if I can make it work.
Eye Brightener Pen ($6.00 | I paid $3.00)
This is a clicky pen. The product itself is a nice pink that really helps brighten up dark shadows under your eyes, so I’m excited to give this a try.
Baked Highlighter in Pink Diamonds ($4.00 | I paid $2.00)
I have used the E.L.F. baked highlighters before, but this shade is new to me so I wanted to pick it up. I’m always very impressed with how these perform, so I’m excited for this beautiful shade.
Well, that’s my E.L.F. haul. I hope you enjoyed it! I’d love to hear what recent finds you’ve picked up by E.L.F.! And let me know if you’d like any updates to any of these products in the comments below!