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e.l.f. Eyeliner Brush
4.44 / 5 based on 214 Reviews
Refined, gentle brush tip perfectly reaches the inner and outer lash line for ultra thin and smooth application. Works perfectly with wet or dry formulations for a variety of lasting looks.
All e.l.f. professional makeup brushes have been designed and tested by our professional team of makeup artists. Each brush has been ergonomically designed to fit perfectly into your hand and facilitate a flawless finish with every application.
HOW TO USE
- Dip the brush into eyeliner and apply directly to the lash line, working the color between the roots of the lashes.
- Start from the inner eye corner and move outward with short strokes.
- Blend out with a smudge brush for a smoky look.
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e.l.f. Eyeliner Brush
- "I know it says that it is an eyeliner brush but I believe that it is way to thick for lining and eye. Instead I use it as a concealing brush for my under eye area. Of course it does not really blend but it helps put the product where it needs to go before I blend it in. " in 58 reviews
- "I like using this brush for my eye shadow to try to get some depth to my look. Very great quality for super cheap. " in 14 reviews
Despite how horrid my eyelining skills are, I really like this brush. It is affordable, and does a decent job of applying eyeliner. I use it with Kiss Wing It Eyeliner Black (3 Pack) but I also have good results just using setting spray and powder eyeshadow. The bristles are just right- soft, but not so soft that yourliner goes everywhere. The only issue I have is that the bristles themselves are quite thick, which makes it hard for me to create a nice sharp line. It would be helpful to have a thin angle on this brush to make a nice winged edge. The thickness is helpful at least in getting the eyeliner between my lashes, which is something I really struggle with when I'm using a liner pen. In order to get a nice clean line I would need to use this as a base and THEN use a pen, so overall this is a good product but could be better in my opinion.
Purchased this to clean up the nail polish around my cuticle area. Works like a charm. I was worried the acetone would eat the glue away and make the brush fall apart after one use. That hasn’t happened and I have used it multiple times. I am careful in how I hold it to keep acetone dripping down to the glue area as much as possible. But for the most part this works great for my needs and it was only $1! e.l.f. Eyeliner Brush
This is literally the only wide, straight eyeliner brush I had owned for a few years up until earlier this year. E.l.f. brushes are so affordable and actually pretty darn good quality. This brush had done an amazing job at keeping it's shape all this time, and has somehow managed to stay in one piece! I highly recommend grabbing some e.l.f. brushes if you're in the market for some decent ones that won't cost you an arm and a leg!
I don’t use this as an eyeliner brush I feel like it’s way to think to apply eyeliner. However I do use it to pack shimmer shades onto my lid and to buff color on my lower lash line. Definitely worth the money whether you use it for eyeliner or for shadow.
I love the fact that the ELF Eyeliner Brush is super cheap ($1) and easily accessible. The eyeliner brush has soft and decently length bristles and has a medium density. The only flaw would be that some of the bristles can come loose and you can pull them out.
I don’t use this brush for eyeliner. I use it to clean up my eyebrows with concealer. It helps to clean them up really well and precise. It’s not a flimsy brush. Would definitely recommend, though, I don’t know if it’s good for eyeliner but I’m sure it is
This straight edge soft yet stiff eyeliner brush seems like it would be perfect for applying eyeliner. The bristles are great quality, none came out when I tried to pull them out. Since I don't have a gel liner quite yet this is all I can really comment on.
This is actually pretty good quality for the price. The bristles are thick and firm for precise application. The handle is great quality and comfortable to hold. I would recommend these brushes especially for a first set.
Did not work as well as I hoped it would. The hairs on the brush are cheap and do a horrible job at applying product. If you are looking for affordable makeup brushes then I would look into wet n wild or morphe brushes. Not this one 🙁
This came with a set of 12 brushes from Elf for 12.99 they have just the right texture and the best part is the words are written right on the brush. These can in white and it includes metal tips on the end of white handles! So far so good . This eyeliner brush is dark brown and I use it more for adding concealer
Q & A
Do you prefer elf brushes over other brands?
Does it eventually fan out?
Is this thin enough for cleaning up brows? Is it good for that?
I just got this brush. How does it compare to others? Are their certain kinds of liners it works with best? Are there other low budget brushes you prefer?
This can clean brows???
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