E.L.F Total Face Brush Reviews
Product Type: ELF makeup
Newest Review: ... plastic wrap which you can use to store the brush but admittedly I don't and prefer to just keep it loose. The brush has a ... more
Customer E.L.F Total Face Brush Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 14 readings)
As many will know by now I got most of my E.L.F products during 50% sales and this is no exception. I had never really used brushes before and was given a brush set that turned out to be rubbish but I found it so much easier to apply my make up and so when i saw E.L.F had a 50% sale and previously used their brands and had been impressed I decided to give a few of their brushes a go with this being the one I have since used most often. The brush comes from the budget line where items are £1.50 each or as I paid 75p which is pretty good, even at full price this is much cheaper than other brands out there. The brush came cased in a transparent plastic wrap ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
For several years I have been using a blusher/powder brush which I bought in H&M of all places, for a couple of quid. As this sort of brush is not one I use regularly, the H&M brush has served me well. This ELF total face brush is actually very similar, the only reason I bought it was that the handle on my H&M brush is quite long, meaning it doesn't fit in my make-up bag and has to be carried around separately. I thought this would make a great spare to carry around in my make up bag and take away with me while travelling as the handle was a more reasonable length. The brush is made by budget brand ELF (which stands for eyes lips face). I own a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Just recently I have stocked up on alot of new Elf products. I often browse this online cosmetic shop and actually do own many of their products but up until recently I didn't own any of their make up brushes. I already own two great collections of brushes so didn't see the point in buying more really. That was until though I received an email from Elf giving me not only 50% off anything from the website but also free postage and packaging (which incidentally is only £3.50 no matter the amount of items you order!) so as I already own a large quantity of make-up already I thought I may as well get some new brushes and I'd get round to using them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
During my recent adventures with E.L.F I bought some mineral face powder which didn't go well and at the same time I bought this face brush. The plan for this brush was to use it with the mineral face powder but as that didn't suit my skin I've since tried it for blending eyeshadow and with normal face powder. The brush cost £1.50 as most things from E.L.F do and came in a plastic case which you could keep and store it in but I didn't bother. The brush has a fairly thick, round handle about 5 inches long including the silver part and the bristles have some really attractive red strands mixed in with the dark brown ones so it looks very nice. On the handle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/12 (Useful, 3 readings)
I needed to replace some of my makeup brushes on a budget. Last year i'd been trying out E.L.F cosmetics and more importantly had managed to get all my products 50% off during a promotion. The total face brush retails through the E.L.F (eyeslipsface) website for £1.50 making this bargain basement in terms of makeup brushes. I know some girls will spend a fortune on premium brushes by companies like MAC but I wanted to see whether E.L.F could compete. They certainly can on price! The Total face brush has a wooden handle with a metal top holding the bristles which are nice and soft as well as being a nice big brush. This brush is perfect for applying ... Read the complete review
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