I have two of those, one for brows and another for fluidline. I like that this brush is very thin, dense and firm and not scratchy at all.
The 208 brush works a treat to the eyebrows!! You can really work your eyebrows to any shape, I particularly like making my brows square and end with a flick. Because the brush is so narrow you have plenty to work with and blending into your brows so it doesn't have a full on fake look. :)
It is a good quality brush for working with your brows. Unlike MAC angled eyeliner brush this one has stiffer bristles which allow to really blend eyebrow color being it either brow pencil or a shadow. The shape of the brush is good for working in between brow hairs as well as using the flat edge or the tip.
It lasts a really long time, doesn't shed.
I bought it for filling in my brows, works great!
this brush is perfect for making my brows pop. i use it to add and blend concealer under or occasionally over my brows. it's firm enough to get a strong line but soft enough to blend out the concealer. i use mac's eyebrow pencils. i love spiked! the combination of spiked and concealer with this brush gives me a perfect brow even when it's time for a threading. my guess is that this brush is pretty long lasting but i would replace if needed.
Mac's angled 208 is my favorite brush for eyebrows. It's the must have tool to define. I love apply powder and concealer to my brows with it. I would definitely buy again, because I'd like to have more than one on hand.
I didn't like this for my brows, but I love it as an angled liner brush for my gel liners. I use it every day!
I personally use this for brows. It is lovely quality and does it's job well. It is a very precise brush. My eyebrows are strange, they can be naturally thin or thick at times, but this brush works no matter what mood my brows are in :-)
I just dip it in various MAC eyeshadows(depending how dramatic i'm feeling), fill in my brows, brush over some clear brow set and i'm good to go!
I've heard it can be a bit scratchy to use for fluid line. I've used it to apply darker eyeshadows to my upper lash line and found it works fine (am still yet to try it with fluid line) If this alarms you, maybe opt for the 263 or 266(which i've heard work well for brows, also)
Overall, the MAC brushes I own don't fail to live up to their name, good quality and make for a beautiful application, the 208 is no exception.
I actually use as a liner brush. I can't use these tiny thin brushes for that because I just can't get it right with them (my eyeliner goes all over the place and the line looks horrible!). I guess I will never be able to master the brushes that are meant for that purpose. This one is perfect, thin and precise enough (and not scratchy at all unlike a lot of regular brow brushes). I can finally draw a nice even straight line! I have even mastered *the flick* :) I definitely recommend it to everybody who has similar (annoying!) problems :) Even though I purchased it from a duty-free MAC store the price is disappointing to say the least but I would definitely buy it again.
I was using the 266 and after purchasing and using the 208 I definitely notice a positive difference. I find the 208 to have stiffer and thinner bristles which makes my brows look even better. The 208 allows more precision and is a better option for my thin and spares brows.