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I’m an Elfette

I kept hearing about ELF cosmetics so I googled them and went straight to their website to look around. I was instantly hooked as if they designed their website to mesmerize the viewer and make them spontaneously buy buy buy. I even signed up and started receiving emails from them on any new promotions! So with items priced at US$1 and $3 I decided to give them a try. At least if they didn’t work well for me it wouldn’t have cost me much.

First ELF Order


2nd ELF Order


So within a blink of an eye I spent US$25. At least with that purchase I got free shipping! But I couldn’t stop myself and by the next week I did it again! Another US $25 gone from my savings! This is slowly becoming a problem. Let’s blame it on the lethal combination of the ELF people having a fabulous website and me having a credit card and US address skybox. But for my Trinidadian dolls ELF product are available through the ELF Trinidad facebook contacts. Check them out and who knows if you will become an Elfette too! Stay tuned for my ELF reviews.

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  1. I'm from Trini too and I have that same problem with elf! So I definitely know the feeling! I don't buy locally, it comes up way better when you order from their site. Glad to see another Trini elfette out there, nice blog.

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  2. Hi Darcelle, depending on what it is I buy online and try to get my friends to see if they want stuff too that way we can share the shipping costs. But I'm seeing more elf stuff locally now!

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