e.l.f.

Foundation Brush

Description
+
Achieve an ultra smooth, poreless finish when applying foundation or tinted moisturizer. For best results use upward brush strokes.
Ratings
+
  • 5 Stars
    5
  • 4 Stars
    9
  • 3 Stars
    14
  • 2 Stars
    9
  • 1 Stars
    3
Total Reviews:

40

Reviews

Sort By
Log in or join now to add your own review.
Pamela K.
Pamela K.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Green

Skin: Fair-Medium; Dry, Sensitive

Hair: Brown; Normal

Didn't blend

I bought this because it was a dollar. I tried putting on my foundation with this and instead of blending it on my skin it just pushed it around and left streaks. I wasted a bit of the product just using this brush.

Share
Elizabeth C.
Elizabeth C.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Green

Skin: Fair-Medium; Sensitive, Combination

Hair: Auburn; Dry, Fine

Great for a flat brush

If you like a flat brush for applying foundation, I this is as good as the high end ones. I personally like a round flat top brush for foundation application, but this one is great if you prefer a flat. One tip to prevent streaking, apply your moisturizer with it first.

Share
2
good brush

Everytime I used this brush I have washed it because I am very anal about dirty brushes on my face and no fall-outs whatsoever. I have experienced minimal streaking (hardly noticeable) but then I buff in my foundation/tinted moisturizer with the E.L.F. studio powder brush and it does the job! It's a great brush for $2.

Share
1
Dallas Lynne S.
Dallas Lynne S.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Fair-Medium; Combination

Hair: Brown; Normal

Absolutely Awesome!

I've seen tons and tons of people on makeup tutorial videos use foundation brushes to apply there foundation instead of using their fingers. I didn't even know they made such a brush! I looked at tons of stores and tons of online places and they are expensive! Until one day I was at the Family Dollar and seen they had e.l.f. brushes and wha la! They had it for only $1!! I bought it and I love it. Even though you have to clean it from time to time to keep it from streaking when applying, I love it. It's defiantly worth the buy!

Share
1
Angela B.
Angela B.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Fair-Medium; Dry, Combination

Hair: Black; Coarse

Streaks like crazy

The bristles are not flexible. Leaves so many streaks. I prefer using my hands instead of using this horrible brush. It is made of synthetic bristles, doesn't bleed or shed, and it doesn't work

Share
Tyni R.
Tyni R.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Medium; Combination

Hair: Brown; Normal

so-so

It's quite hard to blend the foundation... but with a little patience, it kinda works...
The bristles aren't so pleasant on the face though.
Also, it cost me $3 for this brush (in my country).
The only thing I liked about it is that it didn't shed even after 3 washes.

Share
Ashley F.
Ashley F.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Dark; Combination

Hair: Brown; Coarse

This brush is not good for applying foundation because it will leave streaky marks. personally i prefer to use more dense bigger brushes to apply foundation like a flat top kabuki, or a huge fluffy brush just because the finish is more flawless and gets more blended out. But i do use this brush to apply my liquid concealer underneath my eyes and i like it for that.

Share
Davia G.
Davia G.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Amber

Skin: Tan; Combination

Hair: Black; Fine

Good Brush for the Price

I had minimal problems with streaking! I liked using for my on the fly foundation brush and it is easy to keep clean. This is a great brush and brand for anyone starting out on their beauty journey!

Share
Desiree S.
Desiree S.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Tan; Normal

Hair: Brown; Normal

Not my favorite !

Takes aloooot of blending to finally get it to look even! I wasn't very upset when the brush broke considering it was only $1.00! I personally would never purchase this brush again.

Share
Careeza C.
Careeza C.
Visit Profile »

Eyes: Brown

Skin: Medium; Sensitive, Combination

Hair: Black; Normal

This brush is ok. It take a lot of blending to get an even finish though, so i gave up. So instead I use this for applying facial masks =D

Share
1 2 3 4 Next → Showing 1 - 10 of 40