I hadn't bought any e.l.f. products in a while so one day I randomly decided to take a look at their website and found that they had a promotion for 50% off their studio line. I went crazy and started adding a ton of things to my cart but had to take some out or I would have left myself broke! Anyways here's the things I purchased with close ups as well as some swatches. Hopefully it gives you some insight to the products and helps you in case you were thinking of purchasing some of the same things.
I really loved the colors I chose for the e.l.f. Studio Lip Stains because they seem like they would be very flattering on all kinds of skin tones. The two I chose are "Fashionista"and "Bombshell" which both come in a double sided tube and a does foot applicator. Pros for this have to be the $3 price tag, beautiful colors, and the fact that the product is very buildable to get a deeper or more natural color. Cons are that the product begins to fade not long after it is applied (something a lip stain should not be doing) and the stain can be drying to your lips so you may need to carry a lip balm with you. Also, the clear gloss that comes with the stain is horrible; it is so thick and sticky that I had to wipe my lips clean of it after having in on for only a few minutes. Overall I do like the product and would definitely consider purchasing the other colors that are available.
The e.l.f. Studio High Definition Powder (in "Translucent") must literally be the most lightweight powder I have ever used. It feels as is you are putting no product on, yet it gives an amazing feel of silk to your face. I occasionally use this to set my makeup and it has helped control some of the shine I get around my T-zone. Although the powder appears really white it applies completely sheer. This is definitely a product I would recommend you should try out if you are looking for a translucent powder. Price: $3
I've tried e.l.f. Studio Blushes before and I have always been satisfied with the pigmentation so I decided to buy one in the color "Twinkle Pink." The pink color itself is gorgeous but I am not so much a fan of sparkly blushes so I was a little disappointed with that but overall the blush is still very wearable.
I was really skeptical to try this "Studio Complete Coverage Concealer" because the packaging reminded me of e.l.f.'s "Studio Corrective Concealer" that didn't work for me at all. When I first swatches this I was surprised how creamy and pigmented the product was and quickly realized it was something that was going to work for me. The only problem I had was that I purchased the color Light and I may have been better suited for the Medium color. Price: $3 and definitely worth it.
I love, love, love this Powder Brush! I use it primarily to buff in my liquid foundation and it works amazing because it is the perfect size and does not leave any streaks at all. Price: $3
The bristles on this brush were so soft that it makes it very easy to blend my blush and bronzer. I wouldn't say this brush is anything special but it is definitely an upgrade from my old and raggedy e.l.f. brushes from the Essential line I bought years ago. Price: $3
The small tip on this eyeliner brush is amazing for making thin lines. Now I don't have to struggle to create the perfect winged liner. Price: $3
Studio Lip Stain
Studio Matte Lip Color
These Studio Matte Lip Colors in "Tea Rose" and "Rich Red" are amazing for only $3. I absolutely love the Tea Rose with a soft pink lip gloss or a berry tinted lip balm on top. Of course they can be worn alone for those who want a matte finish since that is the purpose of this product, either way you get a gorgeous result. Just like the Studio Lip Stains, the product is buildable so you can have a soft look to it or continue adding the creamy lipstick to achieve a deeper color.
Studio High Definition Powder
Studio Complete Coverage Concealer
Studio Powder Brush
The only other Kabuki brush I've owned was one that came with my Maybelline Mineral Power Foundation and that one was pretty lame.. it was much more compact than this e.l.f. one which made the application look heavier. I love using this brush with my new HD Translucent Powder from e.l.f. because it gives such a light application but still enough coverage. Price: $6
Studio Powder Brush
Studio Complexion Brush
Studio Angled Eyeliner Brush