Most useful makeup tool I have. I rarely use pencil eyeliners because this is easier to use - I usually do a cat eye look by dampening this brush slightly and dipping it in dark shadow. I can easily smoke it out or have a clean, soft line (which i prefer to the hard line that comes from liquid liners).
Tiny and cheap, easy to control, and has lasted me ages with no sign of wear. Definitely a staple.
I usually start my reviews with pros and cons, however since I'm not big on eyeliner, I'm at a loss for words on how best to list the good points and the bad points. The good, I was finally able to create the cat-eye look I covet. It still looks amateurish and it disappears after a few hours (the eyeliner's fault, not the brush) but I am happy with it. I purchased this after reading so many good reviews. I wanted to buy a lesser known brand however, since my first foray into eyeliner brush-dom wasn't very satisfactory I decided to purchase this instead. Since I live in Manila, sales of high-end brands are very few and far between so goodluck on this one every being sold at $2 or less, so the price, still expensive but well-worth it. Bad points..nothing for now. Maybe if I bought another eyeliner brush and compared the two would I then be able to say anything. For now, this is a keeper.
I found this little gem of a brush on sale for €2.50 here in Ireland - its small, sweet & functional! Its bristles are wonderfully packed to give a clean crisp line when applying liner.I use it, with great success, with MAC Fluidlines.As another reviewer pointed out the sharp end of the brush makes it easy to get a great "flick" out at the end of your eyeliner.A great product.
Cheap, cute, soft, and handy. What more could you ask for?
Handy. Cheap. And glides smoothly. With this I could easily draw lines on my upper lid. I love how its in a small portable size. I would definately buy this again!
I loved this eyeliner brush. I always had a problem getting that little point at the end, but with this brush I became a master. It is very soft and very cheap. Although, i recently bought another one, but it was definetly not as soft as the first one I bought. It was actually completely different. Maybe b/c it's brand new and i've been using my other one for a long time? I don't know but i'm hoping it gets softer.
A wonderful slanted eyeliner brush for $5 at Sephora. Honestly...what the heck else can you get at Sephora for $5?
The synthetic brush is slightly thicker than some of the ultra fine flat liner brushes out there. It's an ovaled shape that works great for me for applying creme or gel eyeliner and then blending or winging out. The tapered ends make for very clean and precise lines. Not the thinnest line, not suitable for tightlining though.
This brush is best suited for thicker, dramatic lines with gel eyeliners or using to foil (apply wet) eyeshadows and cream eyeshadows. The bristles are soft, durable and maintain their shape well. However, they are not quite soft enough to comfortably apply on the waterline.
This is a great buy and an absolutely great brush to have in your arsenal. The short handle is perfect for my small hands and applying while close to the mirror. Additionally, it cleans well and I've used for close to a year and not had any problems.