In my last post, I tackled some of the e.l.f. Studio face brushes, and have returned to offer my thoughts on a few of the eye brushes from the same line. I haven't tried all of the e.l.f. Studio brushes, but as I mentioned previously I have found this line of brushes to be generally high in quality and low in price. Most of the brushes in this line are made of synthetic taklon and cost around $3 a pop. Some of these brushes are real bargain finds, and others are somewhat disappointing even for the price.You can find e.l.f. brushes at Target or online at the e.l.f. website.
Angled Contour Brush
Eyeshadow "C" Brush
Small Angled Brush
Small Smudge Brush
What's my verdict?
Pick it up- Small Angled Brush and Small Smudge Brush
Pass on by- Eyeshadow "C" Brush (get three e.l.f. essential eyeshadow brushes for the price of the "C" brush instead)
Take it or leave it- Angled Contour Brush