The e.l.f. Cosmetics Contouring Brush is designed for advanced makeup. Achieve flawless dimension along the cheekbones, forehead, and jawline for targeted contouring.
Apply color on the sides of the brush for a natural blend of color or use the top of the brush for fuller coverage. Blending using back and forth motions to blur harsh lines for a flawless complexion.
whenever they put the brush on the whats new area, i ordered it and it just came today! i was waiting for elf to come up with good contouring brush like nars because they use synthetic bristles. this one is so soft to be synthetic though and i was like hmm i hope this is not real hair but i don't think it is. if anyone from E.L.F team sees my comment can you please answer if it is synthetic? like i said i just received my order and i cannot wait to use the brush!
I've been trying to find a really good all purpose contouring brush for cheeks, nose, and jawline.
I had seen reviews on YouTube and blogs that the Ultimate Kabuki Brush was a little too wide for chiseling contour on the face so when the Contouring Brush was released I was hoping it would be a touch more narrow. However, its too narrow. It's hard to blend out and soften your contour with this brush. The dimensions of the brush head itself are 1/2" Deep and 2 1/2" Wide. Not bad along the sides of the nose but terrible for the cheeks and jawline. If you have a very small face and features then you just might love this but for my average face and features this brush is very ineffective. It IS very soft and seems better quality than some of their other brushes. Some of the e.l.f. brushes can be a little scruffy and scratchy but these new white tipped bristles are incredibly soft; they seem to be a combo between the sparser stippling bristles and their denser bristles so you have a really nice in-between density that works great for a number of different purposes (I also have the Ultimate Blending Brush with these same type of bristles and density).
As far as contouring goes I've had the best result with e.l.f.'s Angled Blush Brush; it fits perfectly in the hollows of my cheeks and along my jawline. It is a touch too big for along the sides of my nose but I can make it work by just lightly stippling my contour color where I want it. The Angled Blush Brush also blends and softens nicely. It's a much better all in one brush for contouring.
This brush is perfect. It's sturdy and firm and feels really good quality. It's exactly what you would want for contouring. Im so obsessed and Im so glad I bought this! How did I go without it?
you this everyday! its packed but still soft on your skin so it wont age you
Whether you are brand new to make up or you have been using make up for the last century, this brush is a must in your collection. It is the perfect size to use to blend that contour in just under your cheek bones as well as along the jaw line so it doesn't look like your face is dirty like many other brushes tend to do. I will say that this tends to work better with cream contour than powder, but that is just my experience.
I am learning how to contour my face and this brush does a wonderful job in applying my contour creams.
Wonderful brush for contouring and the price is great!