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JenBella

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Evening all,

Any recommendations for a good gel liner brush?
I've just done a wedding make up trial and really want and need a great gel liner brush. I've tried the Mac slanted liner brush but while it works perfectly on me I find it a bit harder using it on other people. I think something much thinner and stiffer but still workable...
 

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I like a stiff angled brush, or the bobbi brown eyeliner brush is good, or the real techniques fine liner, there all different shapes but I use them fro different eyelining shapes.
I like the bobbi one for a Little flick, angled for bigger flicks and fine liner for little lines and precise work.
 

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It is about preference but I personally don't really like an angled brush.

I like Louise young's fine liner brush or real techniques fine liner brush.

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I prefer a thin paintbrush style brush. I also rate Louise Young an Real Techniques.
 

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I was just looking at real techniques, I'm picking up some of their brushes and saw the fine liner...the brush hair looks quite long, is it very soft or is it easy enough to control?
 

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I like the MAC ones but sometimes a paintbrush is just as good! I'm not a fan of angled brushes for gel/liquid/cake liner.

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I like using sable art brushes from Hobby Lobby. The fine detail brushes are good for gel liner.

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