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Brushes for Cake or Gel Liners

Hey beauties!

I was asked by one of my follower to help her out about the brushes used for cake or gel liners. I thought of doing a blog post about it. Sorry to her, I am kind of late in this post. But, not too late :)

These are some of the brushes which can be used for cake or gel liners. 
This is an angled brush. It is one of the easiest brush to work with while applying gel liners or cake liners. Specially, for those who are new to liners. It is very easy to apply with this brush. Just dip in the product and on to your lash line and you have perfect liner. This brush is best for winged eyeliners too. And, also to create a smokey effect on the upper lash line with any eye shadow. This is one of my favorite brushes, which helps in many ways.
This is the thin liner brush which comes in every brush set, and also with some of the liquid liners. It is good for precise liner. For those who like to apply very thin liner, this one is the best. Though, I find it quite hard to work with, because if your hand moves a little bit, it can ruin the liner. That is why I use it once in a blue moon. But, for those who are perfect with liner applications, this brush works well, from applying thin to thick liners.
The size of the brush is what you can see in the picture. It is a retractable brush, which came with one of my gel liner. It is quite easy to apply gel liners with these brushes. Work in short strokes to get perfect line.
Last, but not the least. It is somewhat like the previous brush, but a little bit smaller in size. It came in a brush roll I own. You can apply liner with it on the upper lash line and lower lash line. You can use it to smudge the eyeshadow. I think all the brushes I listed can work on both upper and lower lash lines. But, this one is easy to work with on the lower lash line as it is very tiny and you can work in the smallest area with it. 

These are the 4 brushes I use to apply gel and cake eye liner, as well as different eye shadow as a liner. Which brushes do you use to apply liner? Which one of these do you use? Which brush do you like to apply an eye liner? Do share it with US! :)

I hope it was a helpful post for those who wanted to know the brushes used for liners.


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