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For the past year, I`ve been using my Sedona Lace synthetic blending brush for just about everything. It`s perfect for both concealer and eyeshadow! But Elf released their version of the blending brush and I was inclined to try it. I just love their studio brushes! When I seen it on the site I was sure it would help take the load off my Sedona Lace brush. I was surprised to see the brush head so large once it arrived. It`s much bigger than my Sedona Lace brush which means no blending eyeshadows with this. However, the larger brush head allows more density so this brush cuts down on application a lot. I`m able to cover more areas and blend more quickly using this brush. I would have to say this one is a draw. Both brushes are very soft, pretty dense, synthetic and don`t shed much. I like the size of the Sedona Lace brush because it`s small enough to be used for eyeshadows. However, ladies with larger faces might find this brush too small to blend out concealer. The Elf version is cheaper and blends concealer just as well, if not better. Plus it`s cheaper. Unless of course you spend 35+ at Sedona Lace. Then you`ll get their blending brush for free.
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