The EYE Liner Brush – one for a different look (From BeautyLish)

I came across an article about eyeliners, so I’ll post it here. It’s from BeautyLish!

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Beautylish provides a “handy brush guide” to help you out



Tight lining gives eyes extra definition without an obvious, drawn-on line. A thin, flat-shaped brush will give you the ability to distribute pigment evenly in between your lashes. You can use a synthetic or natural flat brush, as long as the bristles retain their shape firmly. This brush works best with powder, cream/cake, and gel eye liners. Avoid runny liquid formulas which could potentially irritate your eye.

Beautylish recommends: Laura Mercier Flat Eye Liner Brush


2. Fine Flick

Many Beauties who wear eye liner every day will flick out the outer corners a bit. A bent liner brush is a great tool if you’re new to eye liner and lets you control the fluidity and movement of the makeup so you can draw the thinnest of lines. Build up your line with thin strokes until you have a shape you love. This brush works best with cream/cake, gel, and liquid formulas.

Beautylish recommends: Sonia Kashuk Bent Eye Liner Brush or I recommend Inglot’s 30T bent brush


3. CAT’s Eye

The winged cat eye is one of the most dramatic beauty statements you can make with makeup. A small synthetic angle brush allows you to control the shape of the line. The brush’s sharp, slanted design lets you create both precise angles and thick wings that take up more surface area on the lid. As the most versatile brush of the bunch, it works with all types of eye liner.

Beautylish recommends: MAC 263 Small Angle Brush