E.L.F Studio Angled Foundation Brush Review


E.L.F Studio Angled Foundation Brush ($3) This new anti bacterial, 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!
-Creates flawless coverage
-The angled shape allows you to apply product with precision in hard-to-reach places
-The brush applies foundation and other liquid products evenly across the face and within the creases of your features
*Vegan Friendly

My Thoughts:

The E.L.F Studio Angled Foundation Brush isn’t a very good foundation brush. The bristles are too stiff and thin to be able to spread and blend the foundation evenly. Also, it left streaks all over my face because the bristles would clump together when wet. I also didn’t like the angled bristles. I thought it would be useful, but it just made applying foundation difficult. Instead of throwing the brush away or letting it go to waste, I turned it into a contouring brush and it works great. You can even use it to apply clay masks to avoid getting your hands dirty.

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