Elf Makeup Brushes

Today I'm sharing my top favorite Elf makeup brushes of all time! 

These are my ride or die, top picks for a flawless face! 

Elf is known for making some of the best make up brushes if you're on a budget or need makeup brushes cheap. 

As long as you properly take care of them and know how to clean makeup brushes the correct way, they should last you a good while! 

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For those of you who don't know, Elf has two different family of brushes: The Studio line as well as The Essential line.  For a limited time, they're selling the Crystal line and the Gem line. Those two are for a very limited time and come in blue and pink

The Essential line is slightly cheaper and these brushes start at $1.00. The Studio brushes are better made and start at $3.00. 

My seven favorite elf makeup brushes: 

1). Essential Eye Shadow Brush

I love this brush for apply my favorite eye shadows! It allows for even coverage and is only $1.00! I've used mine daily for over a year now and it's still going strong. LOVE!! 

2). Essential Blending Eye Brush

I use this brush for smokey eyes and for blending darker colors into my crease. It does a good job of blending. It picks up a lot of shadow at a time and lightly releases, which is a huge plus!

3). Studio Small Stipple Brush

A friend of mine is always raving about stipple brushes so I decided to give them a try and boy am I glad I did! I use this to 'pat' my liquid foundations and concealers in. Fabulous product!

4). Studio Complexion Brush

I use this brush to smooth my power foundations into my skin. It does a great job of blending and not smearing! 

5). Studio Concealer Brush

I love this brush to apply my concealer - for contouring as well as when I do my brows. 

6). Studio Kabuki Face Brush

This is one of the more expensive Elf brushes - it costs about $6.00. Kabuki typically cost two or three times that, so it's definitely still a steal! I use this to blend my foundation and concealer together, usually as my final step before being done. 

7). Studio Angled Blush Brush

Last but certainly not least, I discovered this brush for contouring and fell head over heels in love with it! 

And those are my favorite elf make up brushes! I own almost all the brushes that they've ever made, but these are the ones that I use the most often. 

Have you tried Elf yet? How's it working for you?

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