This post may contain affiliate links. Purchasing through affiliate links help support this website.

A while back I purchased the e.l.f. Studio Stipple Brush to try out because Ana suggested it. She said it was amazing. I like duo fiber brushes like this for several reasons, so I figured adding another to my collection would be good. They’re great for blending out liquid foundation. They’re great for applying and blending out powder foundation. They’re great for applying finishing powders. You can even use them to apply highlighting powders. In short, they’re really useful.

The Website Claims:
This new antibacterial, synthetic haired Taklon brush is softer and more ansorbent and can be used with wet or dry products. Be a professional makeup artist and create a flawless look with this e.l.f. Studio brush!

The layered bristles create a soft airbrushed look that’s perfect for applying foundation or adding color definition to cheekbones or highlighting with soft layers. Use this brush with any liquid or powder face product such as foundation, blush or bronzer to build your coverage from sheer to heavy.

Synthetic taklon brush.


Does it live up to its claims?
Yes! This is a fabulous brush! It doesn’t shed. Seriously. It’s awesome. It’s easy to clean. It does exactly what it’s supposed to do. While it’s not as dense as my ecoTools duofiber brush, it’s more dense than my Sigma brush and it works really well with the way I use it, which is primarily for blend liquid foundation or applying powder foundation.

Me having used the brush to blend out my liquid foundation.

Would I purchase again?
Yes! At $3 it’s a steal! This is a FANTASTIC brush from e.l.f. It’s hard to find a better brush for the price. I’m so glad Ana recommended this brush to me! It’s awesome. In fact, I now have two.

Product purchased by me. All opinions are my own.