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e.l.f. Cosmetics

Mineral Booster

for $ 5.00
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Brand Overview

This corn starch-based loose powder is designed to be worn alone or over one of e.l.f.'s Mineral Foundations. Results are supposed to be a "photo finishing touch" but let's get real, here: this is just a sheer, translucent loose powder! It doesn't have any magic soft focus qualities that make it a must-have for picture-perfect skin. At best, this matte finish powder is best for oily skin because it is so absorbent.

Jar Packaging: No
Tested on animals: No
Zea Mays(Corn) Starch, Zinc Stearate, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Tocopherol, Retinyl Palmitate, Panthenol, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate. May Contain: Iron Oxides, Manganese Violet

e.l.f. At-A-Glance

e.l.f. (it stands for which stands for Eyes, Lips, Face) was founded by Scott Vincent Borba and Joseph Shamah. The story goes that one day Borba was shopping in a dollar store and noticed women dressed in designer clothing and sporting designer handbags loading up their baskets with inexpensive nail polish, eye pencils, and lip balm. He took note of the products being sold in such stores and quickly decided he could offer products of even higher quality at the same competitive price. His idea paid off, as e.l.f. has enjoyed continued success and increased distribution online and in retail stores.

For a line offering many products for just a dollar (OK, there are plenty that cost $3 and $5, too), there are a surprising number of hits in the mix (especially the makeup brushes). True, not everything is going to be as luxurious or innovative as some higher-end brands, but overall you're likely to be impressed with what they developed for so little money, and you may just find some beauty bargains!

For more information about e.l.f., call (800) 231-4732 or visit www.eyeslipsface.com.

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