BSB Essentials. Stuff you need. No, really!
Do you use gel or cream eye liner? Which brush do you use? Don't tell me you use your fingers, or I'll come over there and smack you.
You need a brush to get a crisp, even line. I think that's a given. But which one? Every line has one and there's no way to test them all.
Or is there?
Of course there is! It's me. Sure, I haven't tested all of them, but I've worked with many an eye liner brush and I'm here to point you in the direction of the best one. Ready? Keep reading!
- It's got synthetic bristles, so it doesn't suck up or slap on cream or gel liners.
- The head of the brush is flat but thin. This allows you to change the width of the line you're drawing with a simple twist of the wrist.
- The bristles are gently sloped into a rounded point. Again, complete control is yours!
- If you care for it properly, it will last ages. If you're a daily cat-eye gal, you may need to replace it sooner than the rest of us, but mine has been going strong for over a year with no wear showing at all.
- It's only $25. A steal for an essential product.
Let's get real:
Brushes are brushes. Sure, there are higher quality brushes and lower quality brushes. There are synthetic and natural. There are "humane" and not-so-much. But there are tons of brushes on the market and you can get fairly decent ones at many a price point if you're willing to do a little legwork.
But seriously, beauties, this brush is just That Good. I honestly think you need to give it a try. I believe you'll be convinced immediately that I'm right. I'm confident of it!
Do you use gel eye liners? Which brush do you prefer? Have you tried the Bobbi Brown Ultra Fine Eye Liner Brush? Do you think you have a better contender I should check out? How often do you use gel liner?