Alright! Let’s talk brushes! I’d like to share an infographic by Sigma Beauty regarding eyeliner brushes and the effects it creates. See, the thing with makeup is you can achieve whatever effect you like depending on the tools and products you are using.
I don’t believe that there’s a specific rule on which brush to use for makeup, but the infographic below would be a useful guide, especially if you just beginning to learn about makeup.
Personally, my all-time favorite is the E75 Angled Brow brush for any type of eyeliner products (gel, liquid, pencil, powder). I have more control, and it can creates a sharper line. Not to mention, if you have shaky hand, or can’t seem to get the line straight, this E75 brush is perfect for you. I started out using this brush too when I first learn about makeup! I think the fact that this brush has an angled edge helps with the contour of your eyes. I just love this brush for eyeliner and eyebrow application!
Below is an idea on how to achieve the looks that you might be looking for!
- Gel/Liquid – E10 Small Eyeliner , E11 Eyeliner, E65 Small Angle, E17 Waterline Liner
- Pencil – E17 Waterline Liner, E65 Small Angle, E15 Flat Definer Brush
- Gel/Liquid – E10 Small Eyeliner, E11 Eyeliner, E05 Eye Liner
- Pencil – E15 Flat Definer Brush, E65 Small Angle, E75 Angled Brow
- Pencil – E16 Tightline Liner, E17 Waterline Liner, E20 Short Shader
- Powder – E15 Flat Definer Brush, E20 Short Shader, E75 Angled Brow
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