I've been brushed away
I bought this brush recently and I was quite surprised how precise and on point it is. It can give you a real smokey look. It has just the right firmness to it.
why did I not use this before
This is the most amazing brush in my opinion. I love to use many different eyeliner pencils of any color I can get my hands on. I should've gotten this brush way sooner. Instead of having to buy any new eyeliner pencils, I can use my eye shadow now. I will never go back to eyeliner pencils again.
Finally I Can Do My Lines
I can finally do my lines under my eyes in peace lol. When I wet this brush and use it for a wet liner color look, it's even better!
Great for eyebrows too!
This brush holds a deceptively large amount of product, so it not only allows you to draw a precise line along your lashes, but the line itself is nice and dark without having to go over it again. It draws a perfect line like a liquid eyeliner would with the powder liner shadows (without even having to wet the brush or liner shadow).
I also found another awesome use for this brush: eyebrows! Since this brush head is so tight and holds a good amount of product you can draw into your eyebrows what look like actual single hairs. Also, because the brush holds so much product you can quickly and easily fill in any sparse areas of your eyebrows or even realistically draw in eyebrow hairs to any bald areas.
BEST LINER BRUSH
I LOVE this brush. I use it for my retro liner shadow for my top lash line and for my aquamarine liner shadow for my bottom lash line and everything in between. Best buy ever. It came with one of my palettes and its amazing. Get this brush, wheither it comes alone or in a palette. It makes fine GORGEOUS lines.
Great For A Fine Line
This is my favorite lining brush from BE. It helps me create an extremely thin line regardless of if I'm applying eyeshadow dry or if I'm applying the eyeshadow wet. If applying dry, the trick is to swirl, tap, buff like you do your foundation, etc, and then lightly drag it across your lash line. Be sure to swirl and tap: doing so will lessen the chance of having eyeshadow fall down underneath your eyes. That used to be a huge problem with me when I used other brushes or when I didn't swirl/tap enough. Now that I do, it isn't a problem....I just go a little slower, too.