e.l.f. Studio Fan Brush
3.78 / 5 based on 584 Reviews
This synthetic haired brush is soft, absorbent and can be used with wet or dry products. For best results, clean or wipe brush after each use.
- Use to lightly dust on powder or to contour.
- Create soft color over the cheeks or apply a touch of loose powder to cover shine.
- Unique fan shape blends for a flawless finish.
* Vegan Friendly
How To Use
Use To Remove Fallen Eye-makeup By "Fanning" Away Product. To Add Color To The Face, Dip Into Powder And Dust On Color To Highlight Cheekbones For A Soft And Natural Look.
Our Brushes Are Synthetic, Vegan And Cruelty Free.
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e.l.f. Studio Fan Brush
- "This fan brush just just as well as those $29 one. I love use for blush. It blends in well." in 12 reviews
It was good while it lasted. I had it for couple of years I really like it and love the price too. I was cleaning my brushes today and it just came apart lol. I would use it for my highlighter, now I need to purchase new highlighter brush any recommendations?.
I'm not a fan of this fan brush because it doesn't pick up much product and creates alot of fallout which I don't like also I live a heavy highlight so..... Ya that's that but I feel like those who love a simple highlighting with barely any product on the brush would love this but for me it's just not working
It was okay for a brush I got just starting out makeup, but the more i used it the less I liked it. It doesn’t pick up that much product, nor does it have a good application; very patchy. I would look into the Morphe highlighting brush for an inexpensive alternative.
this brush is terrible. don’t ever buy this. it doesn’t pick up any product. wasn’t pricey but it needs more brush hairs. bought it from the dote shopping app. would not buy this ever again. the only brush from elf that I have not had a positive experience with.
This brush is a little flimsy. Definitely feels cheap, but it is only a dollar. Bought at Walgreens. Barely use it when given other options and usually only for nose high lighting and Cupid’s bow. I would not necessarily recommend this brush
A great fan brush for the how cheap it is! Very thin and doesn’t have a lot of weight to it but it’s not too flimsy. Never had a problem with it losing any brush hairs or breaking. Very nice for brushing away loose powders or lightly applying a highlight.
I have always loved Elf products so when I was looking for a affordable Fan brush and came across this I was curious to see how well it applied so I decided to buy it. I got this particular Fan Brush from Target which does sell other Elf brushes as well. The brush is soft and whenever I use it to apply my makeup it has a natural look to it. I would definitely recommend this brush if your looking for a affordable (drugstore) makeup brush.
Bought this because I usually like elf and it was only a few bucks but it isn't very good. The brush doesn't pick up much product without me really digging, which I hate doing. I also feel like I need to repeatedly dig to get product. It works ok with loose powders but I prefer pressed highlighters so this just isn't for me. I also notice a fair amount of fallout collecting around my pan when I use this. Looking to get a different brush asap.
This is a very good, inexpensive highlight brush! I haven’t had any problems with bristle fallout or a lack of quality. It picks up the right amount of highlight and applies it nicely! I would recommend this brush!
Q & A
How durable is this kind of brush? and how do the bristles feel?
Anyone else use this brush to do nails? I've used fan brushes before but looking for a thin one.
What is this brush for?
Is this used for anything other than highlighting?
I want to purchase a new fan brush for professional use. I use elf a lot. But are the brushes good quality? It should I invest in a more expensive fan brush?
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