E.L.F Daily Brush Cleaner ($3) An anti-bacterial daily brush cleanser for quick cleaning in-between makeup applications. Disinfects brushes to provide a fresh and clean application every time. Helps to keep your brushes lasting longer for extended use.
I own quite a few different brush cleaner and I didn’t find anything that made the E.L.F Daily Brush Cleaner standout among the collection I have besides the cheap price. It does a good job of doing a quick in-between-uses cleaning job. I noticed a fragrance when I sprayed the cleaner. Maybe a floral or fruity fragrance? I can’t quite figure it out yet. It’s not a super strong smell so I wasn’t put off by it. It doesn’t take very long for the cleaner to dry after spraying it onto the brushes so you don’t have to worry about the brushes being dry by the time you need it again. I like that it comes in spray bottle and I don’t have to worry about spilling.
E.L.F Studio Brush Shampoo ($3) An anti-bacterial brush cleanser for thorough cleaning in-between makeup applications. Disinfects brushes to provide a fresh and clean application every time. Washes away traces of dirt, makeup, oil and debris from your brush while conditioning the hair to provide a clean and soft application for every use.
I have got to buy the E.L.F Studio Brush Shampoo in bulk! I really like the E.L.F Studio Brush Shampoo. It leaves all my brushes feeling so soft and so clean. Plus, no fragrance! Just the fresh, clean smell. It’s not a very big bottle of brush shampoo, but it’s concentrated shampoo so I always dilute it when I use it. Since I dilute it and a little goes a long way, the bottle will last even longer. I’m pretty sure it’s not the best brush shampoo available, but it’s the best and cheapest brush shampoo I’ve used so far. I will continue to use it until I find a better one.
E.L.F. Studio Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths ($3) Gently and easily cleans skin to remove all traces of makeup and dirt, even waterproof mascara. Great for on-the-go travel. Gentle cloths are soft and soothing for even the most sensitive skin. Infused with Aloe Vera Extract for deep hydration and moisture. 20 Pre-moistened cloths included.
I’m sorry to say the E.L.F. Studio Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths are not my favorite cleansing cloths at all. I found the cloths irritating especially to my eyes. It kind of made my eyes burn. I also didn’t like how it didn’t leave my face feeling clean afterwards. The cloths left behind a soapy residue where it made me wash my face again. I know the instructions say to wash my face after using the cloths, but what is the point of washing afterwards? Shouldn’t I just use my regular cleanser then? Also, the cloths didn’t do a very good job removing makeup. I had to use about 2-3 of the cloths and really rub my face to remove the majority of my face makeup. It also didn’t really remove any of my eye makeup (non-waterproof eye makeup). Even though the cloths are only $3, it isn’t worth it.
E.L.F Studio Under Eye Concealer and Highlighter ($3) Correct under eye problematic areas such as dark circles and bags easily and effectively! Contains vitamins A & E, chamomile, caffeine and green tea to moisturize, soothe, and tighten the skin around the delicate eye area. Blends in easily and evenly to provide a smooth and natural finish.
I didn’t really like the E.L.F Studio Under Eye Concealer and Highlighter. Besides not being able to get any of the available shades to match my skintone, I felt the concealer acted more of highlighter than concealer. It’s too watery and thin to provide much coverage. Because it has a watery consistency, it ended up highlighting the blemishes and undereye circles due to the dewy/wet finish. I like the highlighter end. It’s great for highlighting the inner corners of your eye. It sort of gives off an angelic glow. Is this a skip it or keep it product? I say skip it. Even though it’s only $3, I felt the concealer end is just useless.