ELF Beautifully Precise Sculpting Brush vs. Sephora Brushes PRO Countour Sweep Brush #97

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Makeup Maven, Kimberly, says: The Sephora Collection PRO Countour Sweep Brush #97 and Elf's Beautifully Precise Sculpting Brush are very similar brushes. Sephora's brush retails for $34 and Elf's retails for $10. Sephora's brush is very thick while Elf's Sculpting brush is pointed at the ridge for a thinner, more precise application. Both brushes picked up plenty of product and were easy to use. Though the Elf Beautifully Precise Sculpting Brush is a great brush, I realized while shopping that the Elf Contouring Brush is a better dupe for the Sephora #97. The Elf Contouring Brush is flat at the end just like Sephora #97, and it retails for $6. It is awesome that Elf provides so many economical choices for brushes, and I found a second dupe when I wasn't even looking!

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