ELF Eyeshadow Brush Review

Photo Courtesy from www.eyeslipsface.com

Eyes Lips Face or more commonly known as ELF are famous for its most affordable makeup. Here I have the ELF eyeshadow brush available only for USD1 from their website.

‘Specially sheered brush tip absorbs the perfect amount of eye shadow and provides long lasting color saturation. The comfort curved brush contours the eye with natural gliding strokes for easy and accurate eye shadow application.

All e.l.f. professional makeup brushes have been designed and tested by professional makeup artist Scott Vincent Borba. Each brush has been ergonomically designed to fit perfectly into your hand and facilitate a flawless finish with every application.’ – eyeslipsface.com

How can I say that I actually love this brush. The dome-like shape brush is very soft and felt so gentle on skin. It picks up eyeshadow easily, can be use as eyeshadow, highlighting your brow bone and/or contouring. The bristles are dense enough for you to control the application. However, my brush seems to shed a little before and after I wash them but it doesn’t bleed. I think this only happened to me because many said theirs doesn’t shed. I definitely recommend this brush especially for beginners who wants to start on a low budget.

They are not available in Malaysia. You may purchase them at EyesLipsFace.com or sprees that being held at LowYat.net.

Very soft
Dense enough
Absolutely affordable
Can be use for different purpose
Doesn’t bleed

Not available in Malaysia
Shed a little

My rating: 4.5/5


Traclyn Yeoh
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A Malaysian beauty blogger expressing her views on beauty and life's other superficial aspects. Not to mention, beauty tutorials to appease the die-hard beauty junkies.


  1. Most brushes shed on the first wash after a few times, it should stop. I’ve been hearing great things about this brush, but the brush set I purvhased is pretty good and I have way too many brushes already. You should check if LowYat is doing a spree on ELF Studio right now. All of ELF Studio brushes are 50% off, so each brush would cost you at least 1.50. (: Nice review dear!

  2. @Dee – Hrmph, I hope my brush is like how you said it. What brushes you have? I heard about the discounts from the newsletter~ Thanks for letting me know anyways.

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