So I am back after what seems like the longest time although it was only Friday I last blogged it feels like far much has gone on since then, I want to say a massive thank you to every single last one of you who commented on my last post it was seriously like the most overwhelming loveliest things you said! I wanted to reply back to all of you individually but that would of been really exhausting due to the nature of the topic but I did read them all quite a few times and took in everything you guys said. The weekend went OK, it was a bit of a drag but Friday night was made bearable by my friends and Saturday bearable by my family so it wasn’t all bad.
Anyway, enough of me waffling lets get back to why you’re here….. This is a beauty blog after all 😉
E.L.F Powder Brush £3.50
This brush reminds me so much of my Sigma F80 (post here) but a much cheaper alternative!
It is so well made, I put it through the usual yanking about in every direction that I do with all my other brushes and I can say not 1 little tiny hair fell out from this brush! The bristles are well and truly firmly stuck in there, it washes so well and effortlessly returning to its natural shape as it dries…. It is also so soft, something that I love about all the E.L.F Studio Line brushes.
I use this brush to apply my liquid foundation, it effortlessly buffs it into my skin leaving my skin looking flawless with an even amazing coverage. It is also really good for applying powder as you can just buff it in leaving it looking seamless. Also it seems to cut down foundation application like there’s no tomorrow, it literally takes a matter of seconds to apply a full face.
I say that if you are looking to purchase the Sigma F80 and don’t want to spend that much on it or wait for the delivery this really is a fantastic alternative that you will not regret purchasing, it is also great as a back up brush if you already own an F80.
I actually think all these E.L.F Studio Line brushes are fast becoming my favourite brushes out of all the ones I own and the great thing is they are so cheap!
What do you guys think of this brush? Do you own it?