A little while ago I was sent some brushes from the lovely people over at E.L.F which I was really excited about as I have never tried their brushes before but had read so many great things about!
So here’s what I got…
Complexion Brush £3.50 (Studio Line)
I love this brush! It is so soft, fluffy and really well made (I yanked it in every single way possible to put it to the test), I have been using it everyday since I got it and I have to say it is one of the nicest brushes I have tried! It applies whatever you are using it to apply quickly and effortlessly, seemingly gliding over your face. I have had no fallout with this brush what so ever, washed it several times too with it always returning back to its original shape.
For £3.50 I think that is amazing value for money, especially when it is made better than most of my more expensive brushes.
Contour Brush £3.50 (Studio Line)
Another great brush! The bristles are so densely packed, soft and a really great shape for picking up eyeshadow and really blending it in effortlessly. I have also had no fallout with this brush and it has also washed very well.
Fan Brush £3.50 (Studio Line)
Another really soft brush with lots of bristles that washes well with no fallout. The only problem is with this brush is me and fan brushes don’t get along, I actually see no need for them so hardly use them which is no reflection on this brush. I used it once maybe twice, it did the job.
Kabuki Brush £3.50 (Mineral Line – Also a larger one for £5.00)
I had been wanting to try something from the mineral line for a long time so was excited to get this, took it out the packaging it felt really soft, the bristles are densely packed together I pulled it about in every direction I could think of to see how it was and from face value I liked it but then I used it. I was really disappointed as I wanted to like it so much, it ticked all the boxes for me and don’t get me wrong it left a flawless application of whatever I have used it with but its scratchy really scratchy and feels like at times it can drag my skin from side to side… Something I am not fond of.
So I am definitely going to checking out some more brushes from the studio line from E.L.F, let me know any suggestions of brushes you think I should get 🙂