$1 E.L.F. Cosmetics

Thanks to Irene for this tip:

e.l.f. (Eyes Lips Face) is a new make up company offering cosmetics for $1/item. They have a few coupon code promos running right now; some have expired, but you can give them a shot anyway in case they haven’t updated their shopping cart yet. 😉

•Receive 20% OFF the NEW Cell Phone Lip Gloss Charms with code: PHONE (Sept 1-Oct 31)

•Free Shimmering Facial Whip with any purchase! (Sept 4- Sept 11)

•LIP SALE! Receive 10% OFF any lip item with code: LIPS (Sept 11-Sept 18)

•FREE SHIPPING ON ANY $25+ ORDER with code: SHIPIT ( Sept 14-16)

•50% OFF SALE! All Shielding Glosses, Cosmetic Cases, Soothing Glosses, Nail Lacquer, and Bronzing Duo’s! with code: SALE (Sept 18-Sept 25)

•FREE PINGO CALLING CARD (1 hr in calls) with any cell phone charms purchase! (Sept 25-TBA)

(one code valid per order, all codes expire at 11:59 p.m. est)

Elf Cosmetics

I have no idea if their stuff is oh, Wet n’ Wild quality or closer to the higher end drugstore brands like Revlon, but hey, I was out of face powder and SPF 15 lip gloss (about the only make up I ever use nowadays), so I took the bait. I’ll report on my purchases when I get them.

3 thoughts on “$1 E.L.F. Cosmetics

  1. Most of the “specials” finished when they updated the site. :cyclops: Oh, and thanks again for the Champion sale. My order arrived in just 2 days! :biggrin:

  2. WARNING: NO RETURNS!!!!!!! Custom Service – nonexistent!

    I had a terrible experience with E.L.F. I ordered the 100 piece kit, thinking how much fun it would be to play with that many new colors. It took over 2 months to get the products. And when the order finally arrived, it was incomplete. An enclosed letter said I would be credited for the missing items, but I never have been. I ended up with tons (probably 80 pieces) of very, poor quality lip gloss. ELF glosses have thick, heavy, sticky texture and leaves a film on your mouth even after trying to wipe it off. My fiance hates when I wear their brand, which is fine b/c I don’t like wearing it due to the texture and appearance.

    I tried to contact ELF many time electronically and never received a response. Only after calling the number on my credit card and reaching a “this number has been changed and the new number is” recording and then trying that number did I reach a corporate headquarters recording. I left a message on a “general mailbox” option and informed them I was filing a dispute with my credit company and after a couple weeks got a call from a real person. She told me they have a NO RETURN policy. I asked where that information was available b/c I had certainly never seen it. She said if I went to their website and hit the shopping cart link, that way down in the lower right hand corner, in little letters is a link to their return policy. No returns is their policy.

    I am going to continue with the dispute paperwork from my credit card company and file a claim with the Better Business Bureau.

    I would warn anyone who is curious about this product to beware…….

  3. allisonindy–I wasn’t thrilled with the consistency of the lip glosses from ELF, either. Very goopy stuff! My order took a month and a half at least to arrive, but all of the components were there. The various pencils and brushes were okay, though the eyeshadow was reminiscent of Wet n’ Wild stuff from middle school.

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