I love love love this brush! It is the best brush I've ever had!
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I love this brush! I use it to apply makeup, it gives great coverage! It is SO soft, now all my other brushes feel scratchy! I'm so spoiled by this Kabuki! And it's only $3!
PERFECT to apply loose powder, love it!
It's soooooo soft... <3
I LOVE ELF Studio line brushes!!! I owned the flat top brush and so I decided to try this since I've been looking for an affordable yet soft kabuki brush for a while now. I now have had it for 2 month now and I LOVE IT! For only $5, it's WONDERFUL! Its super soft, not as dense, but the fullness makes up for it. I've washed it a few times already and I do experience minor fall outs, but it's nothing dramatic. I do plan to repurchase this brush once mine gets really out of shape.
man this brush is the softest thing i have ever touched! the bristles are quite dense and the brush itself is pretty big, making it perfect for any powders products! i bought this at a clearance store for about 10bucks NZD (once again, cosmetics are way too overpriced here) and i thought it was a bargain as MAC brushes are usually around 100bucks a pop. its perfect for my mineral make up and bronzers. overall a great product and i would buy again without hesitantion is mine ever gets lost. oh by the way, the brush is kind of hard to clean due to the dense bristles, its kinda hard to rinse out completely and takes a long time to dry.
OMG. When I first popped this baby out of its box, the first thing that went through my head was "This has to be the cutest little thing in the whole wide world!!!" Believe me, and like others I'm sure, in picture it looks about the size of a big apple, but IRL, it's like a miniature duster. It's so small, it looks like a toy and I was really beginning to wonder if this tiny little thing could possibly do any work on my face. I've never used a kabuki brush before but my old Natio powder brush really needed to retire and I had read up that kabuki's were really good for powder application. I used MUA to choose between the e.l.f. kabuki or MAC 182. I liked the look of the e.l.f. more and was bulked by the price. Seriously, $8.00 AUD? I was shell-shocked. Never seen anything more cheap in my life. But it works like a dream. Because its so small, its great for picking up Becca's fine loose finishing powder. If you don't already know, the packaging for the FLFP is so not user-friendly, loose powder goes EVERYWHERE when you swish your brush in the TINY container that houses the powder. But this cute little kabuki is the perfect size and picks up just the right amount of powder without leaving a mess. I love how ultra-soft the bristles are, even more so than my MAC 188, and I love how the brush feels on my skin. It really does an excellent job at buffing my powder on and giving my face a really fine, polished look. I absolutely adore this cute little thing and would definitely repurchase.
This brush is fabulous! It's so ncredibly soft and applies finishing powder like a dream! I would definitely repurchase!
Super soft and really soft and did I mention how soft it is? I think this brush is the best brush I have gotten from ELF!
Initially I really liked this, I mean like how soft is this! I honestly cannot stop touching it when I first got it and took it out of the box. However after a few washes, I realized it's not as soft as when I first received it, and also it drags my foundation (when I use this to apply powder over liquid foundation).
I bought every brush from the ELF Studio line. I figured it wouldn't hurt to give them a try since they were so inexpensive (plus I got mine when they were on sale!) I still haven't found a use for this one. It is way too soft and doesn't have enough bristles. It feels more like a toy than a tool I can actually use. If I had to, in a pinch, I would use it to apply setting powder.
Don't shy out on the entire studio line though because some of the other brushes are pretty good.
This brush is very full and soft, however, I find the bristles are too sparse for anything besides bronzer or loose powder. It's really cute for the price, but honestly, you're better off buying the Ecotools Bronzer brush. It's maybe 4x the price (a bank-busting $12), but you'll get a lot more mileage out of it.
But for $3, I'm seriously impressed. It's good for applying a light dusting of powder and holds together better than a lot of my higher end brushes. I'm looking at you MAC.