ELF brushes are amazing!!Seriously!! For the price and if you know how to use them you will enjoy them. They are great "beginner brushes" if you ask me and if you fall in love with one like the powder brush that is one of the best brushes for foundation, you may hardly reach for other brands.
I have a ton of brushes from the ELF essential collection which where about $1 and the ELF studio are $3 abroad. How crazy is that? These brushes actually do deliver for the quality and i know a lot of people will back me up here.
WHAT ELF says: This new antibacterial, synthetic haired Taklon brush is softer and more absorbent and can be used with wet or dry products. Be a professional makeup artist and create a flawless look with this e.l.f. Studio brush!
DAZZLEBEAUTIE:I thought i wouldn't like it because i have the real techniques stippling brush and that is just absolute rubbish for me because it leaves my face streaky and my foundation looks a messsss! Firstly, this brush is very sturdy and the bristles are really soft. They can be used with both wet or dry makeup formulas.I kept wondering how this would apply foundation properly because it's not stiff enough but i recently learnt how to use stippling brushes. I tried this out and it gave me a flawless base. I had to concentrate of portions of my face though. I think because the brush is too fluffy you dont want to go over your face too fast.
Honestly, i like this brush better now after using it a few times. I'm not in love with it like i am with the powder brush but you have to take your time when using this brush to get that airbrush look. I hear this brush is also great with applying cream blushes. I haven,t tried that out because im not a fan of cream blushes. I don't think i even have any.
This brush is a cheaper alternative to all the other ones if you ask me. Stippling brush is STIPPLING brush and expensive does not always mean BETTER.
Has anyone used this? Let me know what you think.
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