I love this brush!!! I use it for cream blush and hightlighter. Gives a very nice natural finish. Its really soft and doesn't poke your face like some brushes do. Honestly you can't beat the price. Go grab one!
Personally, I prefer facial products that are smaller than average because it gives me more control on where and how much I apply a product. The small stipple brush is great for a cream bronzer or blush and it gives the face an airbrushed look. The brush is phenomenal for the price and I have absolutely fallen in love with the entire ELF studio line. This can also be used for powder blush and foundation however it's I prefer it for cream or liquid products.
This brush lets you use the perfect amount of cream blush just enough so that it doesn't look forced and it doesn't look streaky. The fibers hold up well even with regular washing. Very soft.
Such a big fan of the elf studio brush line.
I have very fair skin so I use this to apply blush -- both cream and powder. It assists in giving me a "light hand" and really blends well to a very natural finish.
I abosolutely love this brush, I use it to blend foundation on my entire face since my face is rather small, and I use it to blend concealer under my eyes too or with liquid highlighter. I have tried using it with powder blush too and it does work well enough but I generally use it with my liquid products. I hear its a dupe for mac's 188 brush, but its way cheaper than that and works very well. Only thing i dislike which is an issue with all elf brushes is the handle, which becomes loose and falls off so i tape it on to the brush.
I originally bought this hoping I could use it for under the eye either for concealer or setting powder.
It did not work.
What it did work for was my cream blushes.
I either dab it in the product then lightly stipple onto where I want it or I use it with powder blush in the same fashion.
Works wonderfully with a stick blush or stick lipstick as blush as well. I just swipe the product in the area I want it and then stipple it in with the brush in a soft downward motion.
If needed I use the brush to softly blend the blush back.
I love the look it gives.
I love this stippling brush, its cheap and effective. But I was washing this brush for the 2nd time, and all of the bristles came off all together. Considering that this product was only $3 it didn't really bug me. All of the ELF brushes I own are really soft and effective, but they don't last long and this is no exception.
I purchased this brush for $3 at my target because I have been dying to get my hands on these. They are perfect for blending out highlight, foundation, concealer, or bronzer! I just freaking love using this for contouring with bronzer just on my cheekbones and temples. It is the softest brush and for $3 it's like seriously good quality. I'm probably going back to repurchase another one!
I had the larger stippling brush I purchased through the elf website which I loved so I was super excited when I found out target had these at their stores. This was my go to liquid foundation brush but lately I have been reaching for my Sonia kashuk flat top brush more often. In my opinion it is better than the MAC 130 because application is a breeze. I have had it for well over a year and it is still holding up like new. It was so inexpensive, only $3. It can be used for blush or highlight as well but I prefer it for my liquid foundation. Overall, great product if you are looking for a good $3 foundation brush.
LOVE this brush! I use it for highlighter and occasionally for blush or contour if I don't have other ones on hand. It's perfect for highlight though, because you can be precise but blend it out at the same time.