202 Microliner Brush$17
About 202 Microliner Brush
Used for precise application of liner at the base of the lashes, this brush is made of soft synthetic sable with short bristles that give it the stability to be used straight or on its side.
Why It’s Special
- Double crimped copper ferrule.
- Antibacterial coated handle.
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ReviewsJenifer D. Oct 07, 2018
Best brush for eyeliner junkies!
Holy Cow, this eyeliner brush is the best makeup find I’ve made ever, except possibly Inglot’s Duraline. They are the top two finds of the decade if you are an eyeliner junkie as I am. So the Smith 202 microliner brush has finally allowed me to do the perfect tiny detailed cat eye I’ve wanted for years. I’ve been doing cat eye makeup for years with navy, brown, and gray gel eyeliners. I was never 100% happy with how it turned out even though I got a lot of unsolicited compliments on my makeup, even from women in their 50s and 60s who said it looked pretty without being overdone. For years I used the brush that came with the L’oreal gel eyeliner after being repeatedly disappointed when buying more expensive eyeliner brushes. Then I decided to try once more to find the perfect brush to get the definition I wanted. I cannot believe I found it. The 202 is perfect. The tip is tiny, pointed, and very firm. I use the side of the brush to line the eyelid/lashline. Then I use the tip to draw a little flick of a wing, and the tip to add a little width to the outer half of the lashline and into the wing. Finally, my eyeliner has always looked like I wanted it to look. I can even wear black eyeliner now which I love. Before the line was just too thick and I didn’t like the heavy effect of black liner. Now my eyeliner is thin and detailed enough to add definition without looking heavy. This really is the best eyeliner brush ever!!!17 found this helpful.Nina P. May 18, 2019
I bought the 202 Microliner Brush, the 253 Arrowhead Laydown Brush Small, the 203 Micro Angled Liner Brush, and the 212 Tightliner Brush. I agree with the other reviewers in terms of their performance as brushes. However, the black handles are cheaply painted and the least bit of water exposure turns them from black to a milky, murky splotched up mess. Doesn't detract from their performance, but spoils the experience for me. I found some precision brushes by a company named Japonesque which are actually even better for precision work ... and they hold up just fine to water exposure.6 found this helpful.P N. Apr 28, 2019
This brush made me want to wear eyeliner again!
This is a *tiny* brush, I cannot emphasize that enough. It's smaller than most brush tip or felt tip liners, so because of its size, I can get very close to my lash line. It doesn't splay out at all even after washing and drying rather vigorously on a towel! I am so happy with this purchase! I had altogether given up on wearing eyeliner because with the traditional pen liners, I would not be able to control my application enough, so I'd end up with an enormous wing or thick liner on my lid. This brush is foolproof because of how small and tapered the bristles are, so nowadays, I actually wear liner on a daily basis! This brush pairs very well with the Inglot gel liner.3 found this helpful.