203 Micro Angled Liner Brush$18
About 203 Micro Angled Liner Brush
Used for precise application of liner, this brush is made of soft synthetic sable with short bristles that gives it the stability to create any kind of liner look.
Why It’s Special
- Double crimped copper ferrule.
- Antibacterial coated handle.
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ReviewsPamela C. Jun 19, 2018
Short firm angled brush
This brush is perfect for wings, applying shadow as my liner, and eyebrows. Its hairs are short and dense, perfect for just about any detail work. I use this and the Wayne Goss eyebrow brush and this is a much smaller thinner option. Better than my abh 18 and the best gel liner brush Ive come across so far. Brushes are Smith, Goss, Abh 1824 found this helpful.Jen E. Jul 24, 2018
I got this liner brush to use for lining my eyes with eyeshadow (dampened with fix+) and gels. It's small size makes creating sharp cat eyes super easy and quick. I really like that this brush enables me to make the kind of thin lines I like with unusual colors from my eyeshadows. For reference, I had tried to line my eyes with my ABH #7B & #12 brushes from my dipbrow days, and I found those too thick for the kind of precision I wanted for applying eyeliner. Highly recommend this brush!16 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.10 found this helpful.Essie R. Jul 15, 2018
I love this brush.... but
Most brushed have multipurpose uses, this one you can only use for detail work/eyeliner. I thought because of the size it would be the perfect brow brush. However it is wayyyyy too soft. This is a beautifully crafted brush just wish it was a little stiffer.8 found this helpful.Jenifer D. Nov 02, 2018
This is a good eyeliner brush. I like it for lining my upper eyelid. The brush really gets into your lashline so that there is no gap between the lashes and your line. It can make a very thin line. However, I prefer the Wayne Goss 8 brush a bit more, I feel like it makes a slightly neater line and you have to redip less into the eyeliner pot to do the job. My all-time favorite brush for the wing portion and finishing detail is the Smith microliner 202. The Wayne Goss 8 and Smith Microline 202 are my favorite combination for a thin detailed winged line.4 found this helpful.