ELF Disney Elsa Collection Swatches, Review + FOTD

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Did you guys see the Disney April Fool's Joke yesterday? It totally got me! I was MAD LMAO. I felt like it would be a totally plausible thing to happen, at least for a year. Ugh. Anyway, what it did do that was positive was remind me to post about the ELF Disney Elsa Collection at Walgreens! Now, I found all of this in store on a HUGE display, so check locally. As of this blog post some is also still available on the Walgreens website.

I bought quite a bit of this collection and this was still me holding back. It's all so beautiful and so perfectly Arendelle! Do note - this post is extremely pic heavy.

ELF Disney Elsa makeup swatches review

The first product I want to talk about is actually from SOHO Beauty and it's the Disney Elsa Train Case ($11.99 // Walgreens). How could you not want an Elsa train case to hold all of your things?! This one has a handle at the top, blue zipper and an icy Elsa theme for the design. The interior is a deep blue with light blue snowflakes. Very roomy and wonderful for travel!

SOHO Beauty Disney Elsa Train Case

Snow and Ice Beauty Book($12.99 // Walgreens). This was the very first thing I grabbed! The book includes 8 Eyeshadows, 1 Shimmer Pencil, 1 Eyeliner Pencil, 1 Face Shimmer, 1 Lip Color and also a step-by-step guide to get the fairytale makeup look.

ELF Elsa Snow & Ice Beauty Book
ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Beauty Book back 1
ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Beauty Book back 2
ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Beauty Book mirror
ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Beauty Book interior

I thought the eyeshadow shades wore a lot more neutral than I anticipated based on first glance. The only one I thought didn't perform very well and was also on the dry side was Marshmallow.

The Face Shimmer is an icy peach with a white E and snowflake. Very pigmented and very easy to over-do. I actually used this on my eyes because I felt like it was just way too much on my cheeks.

The Shimmer Pencil was my favorite of the two pencils because it had the little bit of dimension. I was worried the small amount of shimmer would irritate my eyes (I wear contacts) but there were no issues. The Eyeliner Pencil was gorgeous as well. Neither lasted long on my waterline - but what pencil does (it's rare). These were both smooth and easy to apply - no dragging or skipping.

The Lip Color is such a hot pink with fantastic pigment, but in that wearable way. It's glossy, smooth and not sticky.

In the swatches below the products are swatched dry, without primers.

(L-R: Shimmer Pencil, Eyeliner Pencil, Face Shimmer - white, Face Shimmer - icy peach, Lip Color)

ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Beauty Book Swatches

The next items are ones that you can purchase separately... in case the beauty book just isn't your cup of tea.

ELF Disney Elsa makeup collection swatches review
ELF Elsa swatches
ELF Disney Elsa ingredients

Snow and Ice Glow Eyeshadow ($6.99 // Walgreens). For those not into picking up the entire beauty book this palette has all the eye shadow shades you need to be Elsa, Anna... Sven (whatever, no judgement). I thought this palette of shadows performed a bit better than the ones in the beauty book and it of course has those beautiful blue shades. The color selection is definitely less neutral, so obv I recommend buying both ;)

In the swatches below the products are swatched dry, without primers.

ELF Disney Elsa Snow and Ice Glow Eyeshadow swatches

Icing Eye Shadow & Eyeliner Let it Go($4.99 // Walgreens). If you're not sitting, you should be. Let it Go offers a base of sheer, milky iridescence that is beautiful. But, the best part? It holds your shadows and eye look in place all day long. This one is seriously HG-appropriate. Swatched below with the Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette.

ELF Disney Elsa Icing Eye Shadow & Eyeliner Let it Go swatches

Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette ($6.99 // Walgreens). Like the Face Shimmer in the Beauty Book the shades in this face palette are, IMO, over-kill on the cheeks. Any are nice for a quick highlight but, even on my pale skin, offer very little color. Again, I like these more as eyeshadows.

In the swatches below the products are swatched dry, without primers.

(L-R: Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette, Icing Eye Shadow & Eyeliner Let it Go)

ELF Disney Elsa Icicle Face Palette Swatches

Orly Color Blast in Ice-solated($6.99). A whole fun launch of Elsa inspired nail polishes from Orly Color Blast came out and while I can't seem to find them on the Walgreens website some are still available in store. The only one I purchased was Ice-solated which is a a light blue shimmer. It's on the sheer side so I used three coats for the swatch photo below. See more swatches of shades at Cosmetic Sanctuary.

Orly Ice-solated Nail Polish Swatches Elsa

In the look below:(Eyes)Icing Eye Shadow & Eyeliner Let it Go applied as a base with Arendelle applied all over the lid. Hans is in the crease with Kristoff used above to blend it out. Sven is at the inner corners of the eye and the Face Shimmer from the Beauty Book is the highlight. I also smudged a bit of Arendelle under the lower lash line. The Shimmer Eye Pencil is used as a liner with Benefit Roller Lash as the mascara. (Brows)IT Cosmetics Your Brows But Better Brow Power Skinny Pencil and Anastasia Clear Brow Gel. (Face)PUR Minerals Liquid Veil, 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup & Disappearing Act Concealer. For cheeks I used the Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette peach shade, heavily, with a bit of the white shade as a highlight. (Lips) the Lip Color from the Snow and Ice Beauty Book.

ELF Disney Elsa get the look
ELF Disney Elsa get the look eotd

Did you pick up anything from the ELF Disney Elsa Collection at Walgreens? Let me know what you bought or what you're wishing for in the comments below!!

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