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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

E.L.F. Disney Villains: Cruella

Hello, my Pretties!

Yay!  It's time for part 2 (of 3) of my E.L.F. Limited Edition Disney Villainous Villains Makeup Books series.  Yesterday I showed off Maleficent which is a wonderful palette.  It is filled with shadows to give you "smoky eyes".  You can see that blog post HERE.

As a reminder, these LE Disney Villains Makeup Books are only available at select Walgreen's and retail for $9.99.

Cruella of 101 Dalmations

Evil Everyday Eyes
"A makeup book for the villainous beauty in you..."

Evil Everyday Eyes
Includes a step-by-step guide for perfectly villainous makeup
for both day and night.

8 Eyeshadow Colors
2 Lip & Cheek Color Pencils
1 Eyeshadow Primer
1 Liquid Eyeliner
1 Set of False Eyelashes
1 Adhesive Glue
1 Mirror

"This Limited Edition Disney villainous makeup book is a collectible item that is sure to reflect your gorgeously evil inner diva.  The all-in-one book includes the must have makeup essentials to create your favorite Disney villain look for both day and night so you can be both beautifully and wonderfully wicked for any occasion."

Left side of palette.

It's a beautiful thing, darling...

Day Evil

Night Villain

Palette opens up just like a book.

Right side of palette.

A pair of false eyelashes and lash adhesive.

Day Evil

Four Eyeshadows: Puppy Love, Coat of Dreams, Cruelty, and Sewage
Eye Primer
Lip & Cheek Color pencil


Top to Bottom:
Lip & Cheek Color pencil as a blush.
Lip & Cheek Color pencil as a lip liner.
Puppy Love
Coat of Dreams

Night Villain

Four Eyeshadows: Spotted, Maniac, Little Beasts, Extinction
Liquid Eyeliner
Lip & Cheek Color pencil


Top to Bottom:
Lip & Cheek Color pencil as a blush.
Lip & Cheek Color pencil as a lip liner.
Little Beasts

After swatching all the eyeshadows and the lip pencils, I was so pleased.  These shadows are pretty great.  I have not used neutral shadows in a long time.  Ever since I discovered bright shadows hues, I have tucked my neutrals in a drawer and take them out only on occasion.  But I can honestly see myself using these shadows often.  They are really pretty and perfect for everyday use.

And then something happened that popped my little bubble of happiness.


Defective eyeliner brush.

No way!  I died a little inside to see the brush of my liquid eyeliner bent out of control.  This is unusable.  So disappointing.  I was not happy about this.  I am such a perfectionist, especially when it comes to my makeup, to the point that this was heartbreaking.  Can we say #beautybloggerproblems??

As soon as I pulled out the brush from the tube, the liquid eyeliner splattered all over my hand.  Booo....

But I did manage to use the bent side of the eyeliner brush to swatch a quick line for you.


Eye Primer
Eye Primer blended out
Liquid Eyeliner

If it wasn't for the dysfunctional eyeliner, this would have been another A+ palette for me.  I love the shadow shades and the Lip & Cheek Color pencils are just as creamy and pigmented as the ones in the Maleficent palette.  The eyeliner would have been good.  The pigmentation is awesome.  I will probably just use the eyeliner brush that comes in the Evil Queen palette (since it is a black liner as well) when I finish that tube of liner.  I don't want to let this liner go to waste.

After posting a pic on Instagram, I got advised to either:
♥ Tell E.L.F. about the problematic eyeliner and that I might be able to get it replaced.
♥ Just use one of my own eyeliner brushes which I would have to purchase since the ones I have don't fit.
♥ Take it back to my local Walgreen's and get it exchanged.

Either way, this is a fantastic palette.  Which do you prefer?  Maleficent or Cruella?

Next up, Evil Queen.

♥♥ Items in this post were given to me as a gift by my sweet-tart which he purchased with his own money.  These are my own thoughts and honest opinions. ♥♥


  1. -Beauty has a lot to do with character.
    -Beauty doesn't need ornaments. Softness can't bear the weight of ornaments.
    -She got her looks from her father. He's a plastic surgeon

  2. thanks for sharing..

  3. Awesoooome!!!
    But what about Ursula's make up? Isn't there a book about, too?


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