Thursday, 6 September 2012

e.l.f Brushes

Hey guys :), so this week we've gone back to school; not great but it was so lovely to see everyone. Dom did a post on our back to school things; which is below this post so take a look. Probably the worst thing for me was having our year 11 photos taken because I really don't like having photos taken but i'm hoping Dom will make some of her amazing cakes to cheer everyone up at school. Has anyone just gone back to school or just had there school photos taken? Anyway i'll carry on with my post today, i'm going to be doing a post today on some elf make up brushes I bought while I was in southport with family and friends. I've been really wanting to try some elf products and I told Dom and i've been waiting to try some products. So when I saw the brushes I just thought i'll try them and see what they are like. I'd read some reviews on the brushes and some of them were brillant. I really like some of the brushes but a couple i'm not too keen on. I got the 10 piece brush set which was at an ace price of £7.99. In the set I got a powder and foundation brush which I will be blogging to you about and it also has a brow comb and brush, an eyelash and eyebrow wand, a blush, an eyeliner, concealer, eyeshadow, lip defining brush and a smudge eye sponge but i'm going to be honest I haven't tried all the brushes yet but I will. This may sound really strange to say about a make up brush but i really love the handle on theese brushes and if your not so good at applying your foundation, concelaer or any makeup your wearing (like me) it even has the type of brush on the side of the handle which is handy. So i'll start with the flawless face brush which is great. This is my favourite brush in the pack from the one i've tried so far. I don't really like using alot of powder on the top of my foundation but I like using this brush to apply my powder and it gives an even amount of powder applied.
Next, is the foundation brush which isn't as good as the other brushes but is still ok. I think it applys foundation at first really well but I always find i've got to blend the rest of the foundation in but still the brush is great for it's price. I think the texture of the foundation brush is so nice which is a plus but it doesn't help to blend foudation too well.
By the way sorry if you can't see the brushes very well, just tell me for next time. If you guys have tried the brushes; it would be lovely to hear what you thought? Or tell me what your favourite brushes are?, Thankyou :) Ellie x

6 comments:

  1. nice post!:)

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. I've got a couple of ELF brushes and I really like them! :) xo

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    1. They are really good brushes :) x

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  3. I'm such a lazy ass that most of the time the best make up brush is my fingers ;))
    thanks for the love honey, I'm following you now!
    A
    xx

    Giveaway from Boticca on my blog:
    http://epiquemoi.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/boticca-giveaway.html

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    1. I do aswell but it seems easy to use a foundation brush sometimes,
      thanks alot :) x

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