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Hi everyone! I`m sure everyone has experience with at least one of ELF`s brushes, whether it`s the $1 Essential line or the $3 Studio line, and they are generally good quality for the price. Back when I first started using makeup, people were singing the praises of the $1 eyeshadow brush from ELF, but I found it to be very rough and scratchy. ELF`s Studio line is much better quality in terms of material and build. The brushes are made with taklon, which is a synthetic material as opposed to natural hair.
Even though these brushes are already pretty affordable, sometimes you can find them at places like TJ Maxx and Marshall`s for even cheaper! Maybe 30 cents isn`t such a big deal to most of you, but every little bit of savings counts and it adds up over time.
During one trip to TJ Maxx I was able to find the Small Tapered brush, and I`m not sure if this brush is sold at places like Target or Walmart, so I picked it up.
This brush is pretty versatile, so you can use it several purposes:
- applying setting powder under the eye
- applying powder to other small areas of the face
- applying blush
I`ve found this brush is really good for applying setting powders under the eye because of the small tapered shape, and it`s also good for contouring but i prefer other brushes.
Thanks for reading!
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