Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Review: Elf Studio Fan Brush

Hey everyone. I recently bought the Elf Fan Brush at Target for $3. The brush is really soft just like the other Elf studio brushes. I bought this to use to apply my highlight to my cheekbone. I do not like how the brush is so thin and flimsy. When I try to pick up some color on the brush the brush barely gets any color. It barely gets any color so it takes so long to apply my highlight. It works ok for now and for $3 it is good but I think I am going to look for a more dense fan brush but for now this is a good brush. If you want a fan brush but don't want to spend to much I recommend the Elf Fan Brush. But if you are in the market for a good dense fan brush,  I do not think the Elf Studio one is the way to go.

Since this is not really good for highlighting my face, I think I am going to use it to sweep away eyeshadow fallout. So if you have this brush and don't like it for highlighting then I recommend using it  to sweep away fallout!

I hope this helped some of you who are looking for a fan brush or were wondering about the Elf studio fan brush.



  1. Never bouht any of Elfs brushes before but they look like really good quality!
    Beauty Fiends Blog

  2. I love the elf brushes. Good quality & reasonably priced. I actually love how soft this brush is because I use it tpd apply translucent powder to seal my foundation in & I don't want to put a whole lot.

  3. I have a different fan brush, and I also like to use it for a light powder application as well. (like Alexis) but this one looks nice & soft!

  4. There some ELF brushes that I use and works great but picking one up can be a hit or miss. Not all of the brushes are created equal. Still ELF products especially the brushes are so inexpensive they are decent enough for those people just started dabbling on make-up.