E.L.F Studio Small Angled Brush Review

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E.L.F Studio Small Angled 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 precise color application
-Creates even, thin and straight lines every time
-Use to apply lip color, eyebrow color, or to line eyes
*Vegan Friendly

My Thoughts:

The E.L.F Studio Small Angled Brush is almost the perfect size. It’s easy to control and use. I use it to apply cream and gel liners, brow powder, wax, and gel, and as a lip brush to apply lipstick. The brush is thin enough to provide thin, precise lines. The bristles aren’t too flimsy where it’s difficult to control or too thick where it goes all over the place. My only complaint is the handle is too long. When you need to be perfect and precise with your lines, you want to be able to get up close to a mirror. The long handle prevents that. Other than that complaint, I say stock up the E.L.F Studio Small Angled Brush because you’ll find yourself reaching for it a lot.

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E.L.F Studio Angled Foundation Brush Review

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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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E.L.F Studio Blush Brush Review

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E.L.F Studio Blush 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 a defined and sculpted look -The tailored design allows for easy maneuvering and precise color application -Use to apply blush or bronzer
*Vegan Friendly

My Thoughts:

The E.L.F Studio Blush Brush isn’t my favorite blush brush. I wish the brush head was bigger. I’ve got a cheeky face so I need a big blush brush to be able to apply blush evenly and naturally.  Besides wishing the brush head was bigger, I wish it wasn’tt so compact and flat. I thought it would be more rounded at the top. So instead of using the brush to apply blush, I use it to contour and highlight. It does a great job contouring and highlighting. It’s a soft brush that won’t scratch or irritate your face. It doesn’t shed either. As a blush brush, I would skip purchasing the E.L.F Studio Blush Brush. Even though it is super affordable, I think there are better and more worthwhile blush brushes to invest in.

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E.L.F Studio Kabuki Face Brush Review

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E.L.F Studio Kabuki Face Brush ($5) This 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 brush! Our handy and easy to use Kabuki Brushes provide a light to full coverage on your face or body to ensure a flawless finish. The compact brush is perfectly sized to allow for precise and controlled application of bronzer, powder, or a highlighter on your skin.
*Vegan Friendly

My Thoughts:

The E.L.F Studio Kabuki Face Brush is $2 more expensive than the other E.L.F Studio brushes (still affordable by the way!). I mostly use the kabuki brush to buff away excess powder and/or to blend makeup. It’s a very soft brush. I just love running my fingers over the top of the bristles. It’s so soft, I can’t resist! I find myself reaching for the E.L.F Studio Kabuki brush more often than my other ones. I haven’t experienced any shedding, and I’ve washed it a few times already. It does take longer than other brushes to dry since it’s so dense. So either have a backup or time the washing so it will be dry by the time you need to use it again. It’s not my favorite and most used face brush, but it is my favorite kabuki brush thus far.

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E.L.F Studio Fan Brush Review

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E.L.F Studio Fan 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!
-Unique fan shape blends away makeup mistakes
-Dusts, wipes, and contours powders
-Use to create a soft wash of color over the cheeks, to apply a touch of loose powder to cover shine, or as a blending aid.
*Vegan Friendly

My Thoughts:

The E.L.F Studio Fan Brush is a great fan brush. It’s great for sweeping away excess powders and fall out from eyeshadows. I know some people use it to apply blush, but I feel it doesn’t pick up enough product to apply blush unless you like the look of barely there blush. Because the brush isn’t very dense, it doesn’t pick up a lot of product. It’s great for applying highlighter, shimmer, bronzer, or whenever you don’t want a heavy dusting of powder. The bristles are soft and fluffy. It’s a must total must-have.

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