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Soft, caressing bristles allow for soothing application of facial and bronzing powders. The Total Face Brush features full, slightly tapered bristles to contour the face and help build gorgeous coverage as needed. Great for quick full-face touchups!

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.

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Use to evenly blend powder all over the face evenly. Gently dip brush into powder and lightly dust onto face in a sweeping motion.

e.l.f. Essential Total Face Brush

  • $1.00
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Total Face Brush is rated 3.4831 out of 5 by 679.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Little Density, Low Quality, and Prickly! Because this was my first brush ever, I had nothing to compare it to and really liked it at first. I didn't know what a brush is SUPPOSED to be. I wouldn't compare this to a MAC or anything because it's just way too far off. The density of this brush makes it difficult to apply product and it allows for a high amount of fall out. The bristles are uncomfortable to say the least. It feels like a ton of pine needles on your face. On top of that, the glue does not hold the brushes together and I properly wash my brushes. I bought the 12 piece set about a month ago and five of the brushes have fallen apart due to the glue. Another three brushes I've had to throw away because of all the shedding. This brush did both. It sheds and the glue doesn't stay. The dye in the hairs comes off. Even for a dollar, I would never buy again. It would be much better to spend the extra couple dollars and get the elf studio set. The Real Techniques would be a better budget friendly choice. But seriously, save your money on this brush.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Gross! I bought this since my first one's handle completely detached from the brush. This one is even worse. It smells like rubber(even before I had used it in any makeup) and the bristles fall out in clumps! I was very disappointed in this product.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hurts and Sheds I bought this a few weeks ago and can barely use it it hurts so much. Super scratchy.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible I bought this about two weeks ago and have only used it once. It sheds terribly. I ended up with bristles on my face and in my product. Its not even worth a dollar.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Save your dollar. I have owned this brush since the summer of 2013, which makes it almost a year since.First of all, this brush is pokey on your face. each bristle is cut in a certain way that it does not feel soft on your face.?Second, I wash my brushes at least once a month, and this brush to this day still sheds the red pigment when I wash this. imagine that on your face if you didn't wash it! I only used it with powder products, but with liquid, I am sure it will tint the product pink from the red dye.After all, it was only a dollar. and it does its job very well.?it's just that you should buy one of the studio brushes instead since those feel softer on your face. Who wants a pokey brush on purpose??If you really don't mind the texture, dye and can't afford to put in $2 more into a E.L.F. Studio brush, I would recommend this brush! (:
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good spare brush for the price! This is good brush for only being $1. There is no way you would get a better brush for this price. I would highly recommend buying this as spare or a travel companion or something similar. Something to keep in the office desk maybe. I wouldn't recommend it as your go to daily brush. It's a bit on the rough side and its a bit too large to get into little areas like under eyes. Probably would make an amazing bronzeR brush though especially for allover body use. It's a staple because you could use it for many other things but I don't recommend it as a powder brush then again that's probably why they have a powder brush.?
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not the WORST brush in the world.. I am not a beauty expert WHATSOEVER. This was my first and only brush for yeaaars. I used to for my powder foundations, and to blend out my blush and bronzer. Now having a new face brush to compare it to, I can actually form an opinion.?First: It is a bit big. I never noticed this until I got a new and different face brush. It doesn't fit in a lot of foundation pans, especially when youve hit pan and only have the edges filled with product left.?Second: It's rough. Again, I didn't notice this until I got a new brush and my new brush feels like cashmere compared to this ELF brush. The roughness never bothered me in the years that I used this brush. I have extremely sensitive and dry skin, by the way.Third: I used to just spot treat this brush when I cleaned it. I never deep cleaned it. (I know gross, please forgive me I never knew much about make up until recently.) I deep cleaned this for the first time the other day when I was washing the new brush set that I received. I somehow absolutely destroyed this brush when I deep cleaned it. The hairs got completely tangled and mangled. It's totally unusable now. I know it's not the way that I cleaned it, because my other brushes turned out just fine.?Fourth: I didn't notice much shedding. A few hairs here and there. Nothing abnormal for a make up brush.That's about it. For a dollar, it's not the worst thing in a world. Nothing to get enraged about. I wouldn't necessarily purchase this again now that I know that I can get better and inexpensive brushes. But if a new brush happened to make its way back into my collection I wouldn't be bothered or feel despaired.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from eats up product This is a lousy brush. Is it the worst brush I've ever used? No. It's rough, but after the first couple of washings, It hasn't shed on me. The reason I've rated it so high is because of its ability to eat up product without placing much of it onto the skin. I have so much makeup and I feel guilty when I buy more without using up what's left of what I have (I guess it's something similar to Project Pan, but unlike Project Pan I use up what I have until it's gone). It's a dollar and the value you get out of it is more emotional/spiritual than material. First, you'll learn firsthand what you DON'T want in a makeup brush. Second, you get the satisfaction of actually finishing a makeup product.
Date published: 2014-03-17