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E.L.F. Takeovers Trinidad

Those sneaky little elves with their huge array of cosmetics! They just slowly infiltrated our lives here in the sunny islands of the Caribbean.
So while I had to purchase my items online a few months ago now I see them here with their welcomed takeover of our island. One by one they keep popping up, making beauty items more affordable for the beauty addicts like me.
So on my stroll through Excellent Stores in Trincity Mall; there they were sitting all pretty and staring at me. No they were calling out my name.
So far most of the ELF items available locally are from their US $1 line so that conversion would be at TT $6.4. However, most of these items sell here for TT$10 or more. If you consider shipping fees you would be about even if not cheaper than ordering online for these items. 
P.S. There is an ELF Trinidad Facebook group.
Just to mention some of these items while so affordable may not work well for you so make sure and do your reviews before purchasing. Whether you spend one dollar or one hundred you should always look for value for money.
Has these sneaky elves invaded your makeup stash! Some of them have taken up permanent residence at my place. HELP!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. Just want to say thanks for the heads up on the elf brushes in excellent stores, will pass it on to a few of my friends who are experimenting with makeup like myself:-}

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  2. No problem Dawn. I'm experimenting with makeup too btw! And I rather buy locally since sometimes the shipping charges are ridiculous.

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  3. Wait! When did that happen. I was in Excellent Stores just yesterday. I must have missed that. And I just bought some of their brushes online. I'll go check them out and see if they have the other brushes I wanted to get. I am

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  4. This was close to the cashiers and I only saw it early November so it might have been there for a while. If you are in Trincity Mall there is also the Magical makeup booth that is close to Bluegrass that has some brushes from the basic line as well. Happy Shopping!

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