You should know by now that I love a bit of e.l.f.! Their products are so affordable and they regularly have amazing deals so they're one of the few online brands I really like ordering from. One of their Advent Calendar offers was 30% off (all prices below are full-price) and with all the lovely new products they've brought out I knew I had to grab some of them, as well as stocking up on my usuals.
Most exciting for me were the Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadows (£2.95 each), as I heard US bloggers rave about them. They have some lovely neutrals as well as a couple of smokier shades. I got Back To Basics (gold), Cruisin' Chic (taupe) and Brownie Points (brown), which are all shimmers. These are even more affordable than the Maybelline Colour Tattoos!
Another purchase I'd been dying to make was the Studio Blush Palette (£7.95). I chose this in Dark and it consists of a matte peach, matte pink, shimmery raspberry and matte plum. The individual blushers are also removable so if you have both palettes you can mix and match which shades you want together for travel.
I'm a huge fan of the Studio Matte Lip Colours (£3.95 each), so I did a little dance when I saw they'd released 3 new festive shades. I have to say Fuchsia wasn't my first choice but it was the only one left so I'm trying something different!
The final new product I got was the Studio Baked Highlighter (£3.95). I chose the shade Blush Gems, a sort of dark beige-pink. I don't have anything like it and I tend to stick with the same highlight, so I'm hoping this will do it for me.
One of the repurchases was of course the Eyelid Primer in Sheer (£1.95). I've tried a few other cream primers, including the Urban Decay Primer Potions but I just can't get over how amazing this is and the price is just incredible. Whenever I order from e.l.f. I have to add one of these!
Another old favourite was the Studio Daily Brush Cleaner (£3.95). I give my brushes a full clean around every 2 weeks, however a quick spritz of this in-between keeps them free from germs as well as cleaning off residue makeup.
What do you think of the new products?