this brush worked great for me! some brisels did shed but after using it for about a week it finally stopped. blends color well and elf eye shadow primer is great to use as a primer for this brush. and for only 1$? great buy!
I love this brush and I think I have 3 of them! I did notice all three of mine are slightly different shaped, which is not a big deal..just interesting. They are a little rough, but they pack on color very well! I almost prefer these to my sigma eyeshadow brush. For 1$ you can't beat this brush!
My only complaint about these besides being a bit scratchy is that my brush is separating from the handle. It's only a dollar, but you'd think it wouldn't come apart..but that's why they are cheap and very replacable.
I would reccommend these to beginners..and everyone! Give them a try :)
It's a pretty decent brush for $1!! Perfect size for using it for an all over lid color! Love that it has a white handle, diff from the typical black. However after my third use, the metal part popped off the handle. The brushes are Cheap so I wouldn't mind purchasing a few
Amazing quality for $1. I stocked up on a few of them. Blends great, and I love how the "type" of brush is imprinted on all of the brushes from the line. Bristles do not fray, or shed. Metal pieces have not broke away from the stick. I've been using e.l.f for close to a year. Absolutely worth the $1!
This product was so cheap but such good quality! Sadly, it was stolen :( But I shall buy it again!
It was perfect for every eyeshadow pot/palette I had and seemed to grab everything off of even the least pigmented shadows. It defines perfectly, yet blends quite nicely as well. If you don't want to spend dollars on a high end product, certainly turn to this brush in your local drugstore.
I love this brush! Its so cheap but still great quality. The bristles are soft and the brushes are very easy to use. Will repurchase for sure!
ELF's Eyeshadow Brush is a basic paddle brush from their Essentials line. This is a much talked about brush that's received it's fair share of cheers and jeers. Like all ELF products, this brush is vegan and cruelty free, with synthetic bristles.I have four of these brushes. It can be purchased at http://www.eyeslipsface.com/, Target, Kmart, Big Lots, and as of recent, Walmart. Like all other products in the Essentials line, this brush sells for $1.
This brush comes packaged in a plastic envelope that can be reused as a brush holder, but I toss them out. ELF frequently includes this brush in their sets, so it can come packaged in many ways. I have a mini version that came with a Beauty Encyclopedia. I also have a double ended version, with an eyeliner on the other side.
ELF's Eyeshadow brush is a basic paddle brush, a staple in any brush collection. The bristles are very dense and firm, while remaining soft, with just the right amount of give.
The shape of the brush is inconsistent and varies slightly from brush to brush. Some are shorter or longer than others. Some are rounder or more pointed than others. It reflects poorly on the brand, I think.
his brush has a couple of different uses, the main one being patting on and packing on shadows. It performs this task excellently, and is what I use it for mainly. It picks up the perfect amount of product. The ELF Eyeshadow brush can also be used in the crease, if you use just the tip; the more pointed brushes work better for this. This brush can also be used for blending in a pinch.
These brushes do not shed. Of the four I have, only the mini one sheds, and it's minimal. Mini versions of brushes are usually sub-par quality, so I'll excuse this one's marginal shedding. ELF's Eyeshadow brush's synthetic bristles do not stain and stand up well to washing. I've had two of these brushes for about 2 years, and they're still good as new. No loss of bristles or loosening of the ferral. Just some nibbles on the end of the handle.
I'll admit that when I first got this brush, I kinda hated it. I barely used them. I tried using it to sweep on shadows, and that resulted in miserable failure. I read multiple reviews, and watched Fashion is my Crush's video about ELF brushes, and learned that this brush is designed to pat shadow on. Since then, me and this brush have become close friends. Best Buddies even. I use this brush on a near daily basis. My four aren't enough. I need MOAR.
I highly recommend this brush. It'll quickly become your go-to brush. I also recommend picking yours up irl, so you can get the brush with the most optimal shape. This brush is excellent quality, especially considering the price.
It's the best eyeshadow brush I have ever had!
and it's only a dollar!
soft, dense, perfect size
I've had mine for 3 years and it still looks like new!
I would definitely repurchase and I recommend it to anyone!
The essensial brushes were my first items from ELF. I LOVE this eyeshadow brush I have the older version (about 6 or 7 yrs old I still have it) and their newer version (bought about last year) They have improve the brush!
Its not stratchy and gentle on your eyes. The brush is also very dense.
You just have to becareful about washing this brush try not to get any water between the metal and wood or else it would pop off.
Amazing for 1$. Grabs color and applies nicely. Very easy to use and will purchase more elf brushes in the future. Very glad I bought it.