e.l.f. Cosmetics Eyeshadow Brush

e.l.f. Cosmetics Eyeshadow Brush

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225 Reviews 4.7/5 stars
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Excellent brush for the price I think I paid a dollar or two for this brush. I haven't noticed hairs falling out like you might expect from a cheap brush. It does what I need it to and didn't cost a fortune.

good budget brushes ELF brushes are very economical and good quality. I have many of their eye and face brushes. You really can't go wrong for the price!

it broke right after i bought it. but the bristles are nice, so i guess ill keep it.

Love the price, huge selection of brushes and they work really well, but for me they fall apart. Although bristles stay put, the metal just tends to separate from the handle. I really prefer ecotools to these and when you break it down by price, especially with the coupons and freebies in the ecotools pack, they seem to be more worth my money. In fact ecotools would be my ONLY brush brand if only they have more brush types available...the quality is the same or better than a lot of expensive brands imo.

great price and not bad tool

It gets the job done. Inexpensive enough to misplace or replace frequently. Be prepared to be covered in little bristles.

This brush is ok and gets the job done.

I have 3 or 4 and I love them...

ELF has great makeup brushes. I've been using this brush for years and haven't needed to replace it but once.

I like this brush but def don't love it, the products falls off the brush prior to reaching my face.

Typically i really really love elf brushes, while i dont dislike this one i can say you get what you pay for. there is a lot of shedding with this brush and does not pick up product that well.

These are good for $1, however the studio brushes are better quality. These brushes served there purpose and were worth every penny. I gave it two stars because the brush hairs aren't as soft as I would like but again for 1$ how can one complain. I would recommend these for beginners or anyone withOUT sensitive skin. If you want a more professional grade for $3 you can purchase the studio c brush :-)

The bristles on this brush are very stiff and hard. I prefer my makeup brushes bristles to be soft.

I like this brush because it's so cheap but it sheds a lot

as a professional makeup artist this brush is horrible quality. INVEST in good brushes. The appearance of your makeup application will be enhanced and improve drastically.