I use this brush to apply concealer under my eye. I say its okay since its a buck
i use this to apply my liquid foundation, and its very food for blending and applying! i love it, especially for the cheap price! i'd definitley recommend this. the only thing is; if you use this for your liquid foundation you needa wash out the excess foundation every once in a while or the excess will dry up and the brush hardens. overall this is a very very good brush!
Its a very cheap, flimsy brush and leaves a very streaky finish. However, it works get for applying facial masks if you're anal about contaminating your jars such as I.
Perhaps, a makeup artist could use these to apply primer onto their clients faces instead of sponges since it is reusable. Just a thought.
I don't use this very often, but when I do it works as good as any other foundation brush I have used, and it's so cheap!
I had been using Urban Decay's cream to powder foundation and using make up sponges, but when the SA at Ulta suggested I try BeneFit's Hello Flawless powder foundation, as I had ran out of my UD foundation, I brought this brush back out of my bag. The SA tried to sell me an expensive foundation brush, but I decided to try this one, in an attempt to save some money. I really like ELF's brushes; they don't shed much, if at all, and they are good quality for the price. I may break down and buy a more expensive brush if and when this one stops working as well, but as of now, I am pleased with it. It helps my foundation apply very smoothly. I recommend this and I would not mind repurchasing.
I got this brush along with the E.L.F eyelash curler from target (both for a dollar I might add), and have had good results. The brush doesn't really leave much streaks for me as I try to blend my foundation ALOT, and overall its doing what its supposed to. I can tell this isnt the best foundation brush on the market but its definitely not a bad product. Im happy with this brush but there might come a day where I throw this out for a little more good quality one.
I also have had no problems with it breaking down even though its a cheap product.
This isnt a bad brush, I just cant manage to apply liquid foundation without it looking very streaky. But, I do love this brush for applying setting powder under my eyes. I've had this for close to a year and its still in pretty good condition. Considering the price This isnt bad.
I have to say, I'm pretty satisfied with this brush. It holds up pretty well, and I find that it's best for blending concealer or foundation onto your face. Some people have complained that it does not clean very easily, but I have found a method that works for me. I let the brush soak in a mixture of water and tea tree oil overnight, then dry it in the morning. The tea tree oil allows the brush back to it's former elasticity. Overall, a pretty good brush. And it was only $1.
This fell apart after a few washes... didn't bother me as much as it was $1 but either way. First time it happens. I recommend the studio brushes over the white handled ones.
I recently found this little gem at-of all places-Dollar General. The main reason I picked it up was because it was only $1 and I needed a foundation brush after giving my MAC brush to a friend. I have to say I love this brush. LOVE. I use it to swipe on my Colorstay foundation and it works beautifully. No streaking/brush marks, etc. Just perfect blending all around. I liked this brush so much I went and bought another one, along with some other ELF brushes that they had there. I haven't used the other ones yet though!