My e.l.f. Brush Collection

5 years ago

I`ve had my e.l.f. brushes for quite a while now, so I figured it was time to do a review! Most of my brushes are from their Studio line, though I do have one from their Mineral line.

Here are the brushes that I currently own:
<ul><strong><li>e.l.f. Mineral Blending Eye Brush, $5</strong>: This brush is really soft and does an awesome job at blending my eyeshadows. This brush is totally worth every penny.</li>
<li><strong>e.l.f. Studio Angled Eyeliner Brush, $3</strong>:I LOVE this brush. The bristles are really soft and flexible, and they don`t shed, either! I like to use this brush for foiling eyeshadows and applying them as eyeliners. The angle of the brush actually helps me to see what I`m doing.</li>
<li><strong>e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow "C" Brush, $3 </strong>: This brush has soft bristles that are densely packed. It is a bit too large for my eyes, but I am able to use it to apply eyeshadow in my eyelid crease. Again, I haven`t experienced any shedding with this brush.</li>
<li><strong>e.l.f. Studio Angled Contour Brush, $3</strong>: This brush is definitely too big for my eyes, unfortunately. That being said, it is soft like the other e.l.f. brushes I own, and it hasn`t shedded. I sometimes use it to apply eyeshadow to the outer V of my eye, though I`m not always successful due to its size.</li></ul>

So there you have it! I think that e.l.f. brushes, either from the Studio or Mineral lines, are a good investment. If you have average to small sized eyes, though, I`d go with the smaller brushes (eyeliner and blending brushes, for example), as these brushes do tend to be quite large.

<strong>Have you tried e.l.f. brushes? What`s your favourite brush brand?</strong>

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