The E.L.F. Studio Brushes are unbeatable for the price. I own several of them and for three dollars... you can't go wrong. I would even go so far as to say they are comparable to Real Techniques. I've used these brushes pretty regularly for about a year and washed them countless times.
-No Falling Apart
-Good as New
Yes. I said it. It's true.
Here are some of the brushes I own!
(Please excuse that I havent washed them, I just used them this morning!)
2. The Flawless Concealer Brush- This brush is one of my cannot live without items. I use this everyday to blend out my undereye concealer. It is perfect. You could even use it to conceal other parts of the face. This is a must have brush!
3. The Complexion Brush- I own two of these brushes. One I use for bronzer, which gives lovely results because the brush is pinched at the base. The second I use for powder. I use this with my MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural to set my foundation and concealer. It's perfect for this because it's not too dense so you get a nice sheer coverage of powder. This is a must have brush!
4. The Angled Blush Brush- This is a very dense brush, so when applying cheek color a little product goes a long way. I feel like this brush does a good job of blending the color and getting it exactly where I want it.
5. The Small Stipple Brush- I only use this brush to blend out my Maybelline Age Defying Under Eye Concealer in the "Brightening" shade, which I use as a highlight. This blends out my highlight perfectly on my cheekbones, nose, cupids bow and forehead!
6. The Angled Contour Brush- I use this brush for an all over lid color. I also sometimes use it to highlight underneath my brow.
7. The eyeshadow C Brush- I use this to pack color onto specific parts of my eyelid, or on my entire eyelid. It does a great job of picking up and depositing color.
8. The Blush Brush- I have never used this for blush. I use it to apply powder highlighters. For example my NARS "Albatross". It's small enough for me to really get my highlight where I want it.
9. The Contour Brush- I use this brush for my crease, outer corner or inner corner to get a really concentrated placement of color on my eye.
I would definitely recommend each of these brushes. These brushes apply product fantastically and have held up for about a year. And they are three dollars...
People may be skeptical about buying these brushes because it seems too good to be true. I can tell you they are most definitely worth three dollars! But wait... they're cheaper than three dollars.
BECAUSE I HAVE A DISCOUNT CODE FOR YOU!
If you have a total of at least $20.00 worth of studio line brushes/makeup/etc in your cart this coupon code will take 50% off each item.
With this code you can get each of these brushes for $1.50.
Yes. Believe me these brushes are so worth checking out. And now there's no excuse not to!
DISCOUNT CODE: ECS50F
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Thanks for sticking along for the ride! Talk soon!
* I was not sponsored, paid or given free products to make this post. E.L.F. Cosmetics has no idea who I am, and they have no idea I made this post. These are my personal opinions and I bought these brushes a year ago with my own money. *