January 23, 2015

E.L.F. Introduces Kabuki Brush

elf Ultimate Kabuki Brush

Heads up the new E.L.F. Cosmetics Ultimate Kabuki Brush ($10) has launched. Yeah, you read that price right, $10 bucks. W00t! This kabuki is possibly one of E.L.F.’s most expensive brushes!

Kinda has a NARS vibe going on doesn’t it?

You can use this one to blend, highlight, contour, and stripple. The soft, flat vegan friendly bristles are perfect for buffing on your favorite powders and minerals!

I’m honestly not sure how I feel about paying $10 for an E.L.F. Brush but my experience with the E.L.F. Studio Makeup Brushes has always been good so I don’t doubt the Ultimate Kabuki Brush might just be awesome.

The E.L.F. Cosmetics Ultimate Kabuki Brush is available now at www.eyeslipsface.com.

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  • fancie

    This does look like a NARS brush lol. I’m curious to see how it performs. The price is a big hike up from Elf’s usual prices

  • maritza

    hmm Considering that the beca is $56.00, i think I would rather try the $10.00 elf one,their studio line is really good

  • heather

    is this brush flattened like the nars ita brush? if so, it could be a good dupe and nice for contouring. i’ve used the elf studio kabuki brush for mineral powder and setting powder for years and it has held up really well to washing and keeping its shape without any shedding. if the quality of this new one is the same, i think its worth $10!

  • angie

    don’t buy it with full price , muse!
    you know elf often give 50% off sitewide 😀

  • john

    It’s a shame is $10, really disappointing for someone who buys ELF because it’s so cheap.