E.L.F. Foundation Brush Reviews
Product Type: ELF makeup
Description:Brand: ELF / Type: Foundation
Newest Review: ... my cosmetic draw i came along this, still new and waiting to be used . I had bought this and lots of other stuff ages ago on ... more
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Customer E.L.F. Foundation Brush Reviews (6)
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
During a recent 50% sale from E.L.F (www.eyeslipsface.co.uk) I decided to give a few new products a try. Never having had an proper make up brushes I decided I would give these a try, especially as I have come to be a huge fan of the mineral foundations. Now that I have been using it for a couple of months I thought it was about time I gave it a review. *~* Price and Availability *~* The regular price for this is just £1.50, with regular offers these can often be found a lot cheaper. An excellent bargain if you ask me, considering the price of some of the more expensive brands. It is only available from the E.L.F website in the UK, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I had never really used foundation brushes before, and previously just used my fingers and hands to apply foundation to my face, as I felt that this was the best method. When ordering various items from E.L.F (eyes lips face), I decided to throw in a foundation brush as it was only a bargain £1.50, and I thought it would be a good starter for learning how to apply foundation with a brush. I was extremely happy with the price of it, but because of it I was not expecting great results from the brush itself. When it arrived it looked as shown in the image, yellow bristles and a white handle with e.l.f foundation brush written on it. It is is not the most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/09 (Very useful, 496 readings)
Elf (aka Eyes Lips Face) are a company which has crossed the pond from the States offering very affordable, but often really great, makeup products. The fun thing about Elf is that everything is just £1.50, which makes me feel better about buying one of everything! I have only placed one Elf order so far, and purchased three of their brushes. So far it is 1-1 in the Good vs Bad stakes, the eyeshadow brush being brilliant, and the lip brush being a huge flop. So this is the decider, Elf's foundation brush. The brush, like the rest of the range, is plain to look at - a white handle stating which type of brush it is and bristles held in place by a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/11, updated on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I own two foundation brushes and it is something I swear by. Its one of those things that you don't think you need till you use one, (especially if its a good one of course!) and my first one cost me an arm and leg and is a Ruby & Millie one and since then I have invested in a Revlon one too. I didn't need actually need one when I was browsing on the e.l.f website recently owning two already but seeing as I had 50% off everything on the site and free postage and packing I popped one into my virtual shopping basket because I thought it looked great at £1.50 but even better at the price I paid for it which was 75p and it matched some other e.l.f brushes I was buying at Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/13 (Very useful, 108 readings)
== E.L.F Foundation brush == Until recently I didn't even know what a foundation brush was , and was quite happy with the sponge wedge that I had been using. 2 things changed that , 1st was all the positive reviews on Dooyoo for a range of foundation brushes , and the other was I was having trouble finding a foundation with the right tone and coverage . I was going to buy one from from Boots or Superdrug , but a rummage in my cosmetic draw i came along this, still new and waiting to be used . I had bought this and lots of other stuff ages ago on special offer from www.eyeslipsface.co.uk . Even at full price this brush is only £1.50 which is an absolute bargain ... Read the complete review
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