Urban Decay • brow/liner brush • Makeup Brushes
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
this may be a brow brush but i have no idea how it actually works on brows because i use it as a eye liner brush. the people at sephora suggested this brush to me when i asked them for something to help me apply smashbox cream eyeliner. my only specifications were that it was synthetic and made the liner easy to apply because my skill level with liners is not great. they suggested this brush to me and even though i love urban decay, i was a bit skeptical because it was labeled as a brow brush. nevertheless, i bought it to use as a liner brush and i am so hapy that i did. it is awesome at getting both cream liner and powder liner on. it doesn't hurt or tug when i use to apply the liners and i am very happy with this brush. urban decay is a company that i never hestitate to purchase from because their products are high quality and they are strictly against animal testing.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i have the older version of this, which i purchased 5-6 years ago. i think they called it "peace" brushes or something along the lines of that rather than "good karma." anyway, i'm sure the quality didn't change that much between the two. but i have both the brow/liner brush and the liner brush. both of them are great. i've used the brow/liner brush for my brows every day since i got it and it's still in excellent condition. because it's pretty soft and not too stiff (which i like), i don't bother using it to apply liner. this is where the liner brush comes in. much more stiff than the brow/liner brush of course. great for precision lining or creating the smokey-eye look (my favorite). they're still in excellent condition after all these years, so i don't see them going bad anytime soon. if i ever happen to lose them, i'll definitely purchase another set.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Black
The bristles are stiff enough to give you thin lines on the eye, but soft enough that it does not hurt. I have been searching for a good flat eyeliner brush for sometime now and find that most brushes (even the pricey ones $20+) are just too flimsy for good control to make thin lines (eg smashbox). I also like how the handle is bit "heavy" to give it better control.
The only thing that could be better is if UD made it angled (there is an angled brow brush, but it's not as stiff as the flat liner brush). Also, it would be great if UD made some sort of cap for the brush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Why, why, WHY do they call this a brow brush? It is much too soft and smooth for applying powder into the brows. You need stiff bristles to really get the color in between the hairs. I would not recommend this brush as a brow brush at all. HOWEVER, it makes a delightful liner brush. I use it all the time to line my eyes with powder eyeshadow - it can create a really thin line! Great for a subtle line on the lower lashline. The brush is angled, making it great for getting the corners (as opposed to Urban Decay's Flat Liner Brush, which is exactly the same as the brow bursh except not angled). Unfortunately, it doesn't create a clean, thin line when I use it with gel liners . . . I was hoping I could get similar results as I do with powder, but no such luck so far. Oh well, it's still a valuable purchase since I use it to line with eyeshadows all the time. I also love the fact that Urban Decays brushes are all synthetic. The material of the brow/liner brush is identical to that of the liner brush (flat tip) and their other brushes. Soft, silky hairs that are tapered at the end to provide a really thin edge. I have to give it five lippies, but to be honest I'm not any expert on liner brushes since I've only owned four in my entire life (two being Urban Decay).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Black
This brush is so soft yet good enough to hold the right amount of product. It creates this perfect, neat, closest-to-the-lashes line without the hard, stiff hairs or the shedding. I like the handle (I love the design) which is "heavy" enough to give you control. You can also use this for framing your eyes with eyecolor since it has a squarish shape (I think this is mentioned in the packaging). I am very happy about this product. And it's also good that they're made without animal cruelty. :) It's cheap compared to Nars or Bobbi Brown brushes (which I will set aside for cheek brushes haha). I do hope this will last for years.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Coarse Eyes: Green
Perfect for pressing a dark line super close to the eyelashes. Nothing works better for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I was drawn to Urban Decay because all of their brushes are cruelty free, and that rocks! I have enough hair without taking some poor squirrel's, lol. Anyway, I've only compared this to the Flirt liner brush and though they are very similar and both great, I chose to keep this one and give the other to a friend because the UD brush is a bit softer, but still gives a precise fine line using powder eyeshadow. I'm seriously considering giving up on eyeliner pencils since I'm using shadow more and more and love how I have so many more color choices now. The only thing I dislike is how the brush tends to lose its shape a bit when used wet, and I have to reshape it between eyes, or I won't be able to do as thin a line. The Flirt brush didn't have that little quirk, so maybe I should have kept it...but I'm still happy with the performance of this one, no major complaints.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
LOVE THIS BRUSH!
I got it for a discount on Urban Decay's website and I must say that this is one of my best purchases from them. This brush produces a super-thin line... perfect! I like to use it with powder shadow or liquid liner to get a super-thin line.
My only problem is that this brush tends to keep old liner on it after usage, but it's easily fixable by rubbing it with some alcohol.
BUY THIS!!! :D
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I finally bought this brush after lemming it for almost a year, and I must say that I have no regrets! I like it much better than my MAC 266, as this UD brush has a shorter handle, and shorter, stiffer, more precise bristles that allow me to get a finer line. I see myself owning more than one of these in the future!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I find this brush hard to use. It has a stiff, square straight head. It can create an extremely thin line, especially if you use with cream or liquid eyeliner. Maybe I don't know how to use it correctly but since it's so stiff and straight, it's a bit scary lining your eyes. I have to be careful not to poke at my eyes. I think it's best to line the lower lashes w/ it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This is my favorite liner brush ever. The handle is just the right length for incredible control and precision. Plus, it is cruelty free! I am trying to give it 5 lippies, but only 1 is showing up...I don't know what is wrong.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I really appreciated how thin the brush was so I could get a line really close to my lashes.