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    MAC The Stylish Brow Collection Discussion (December 2012)

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    Plucked, penciled, sharp and shaped, natural-looking, diva-arched, – the eyebrow, as revealing, individual and expressive as the eye itself. With a collection of professional products, MAC raises the brow to an art form. New Veluxe Brow Liner is the artist`s pencil of perfection. It fills, shapes and defines with a rich powdery formula that`s matte and velvety smooth. In five shades that naturally match every hair colour. For a limited time, Fluidline Brow Gelcreme glides on and sets quickly for the ultimate well-groomed brow. Its long-wearing waterproof formula fills, lengthens and shapes for subtle to dramatic looks. Also for a limited time, MAC presents Brow Duos, three perfect pairings of complementary powder colours, one matte, one satin – that blend beautifully to match and highlight a range of hair shades. Tools that take brows to a master class level: and 208 Angled brow Brush for pro-style application of powder, liquid or creams. Also, Tweeze / Slant designed for no-slip “grab-ability”.
    Veluxe Brow Liner
    Strawberry Blonde – Soft muted beige-taupe *
    Redhead – Soft brown *
    Brunette – Muted mid-tone grey *
    Deep Brunette – Muted blackish-brown *
    Deep Dark Brunette – Dark chocolate *

    Brow Duo
    Brow Duo / Blonde
    Omega – Soft muted beige-taupe (Matte)
    Soba – Golden brown with gold shimmer (satin)

    Brow Duo / Redhead
    Cork – Muted golden brown (Satin)
    Espresso – Muted golden brown (Matte)

    Brow Duo / Brunette
    Coquette – Muted greyish taupe (Satin)
    Brun – Muted blackish brown (Satin)

    Fluidline Brow Gelcreme
    Dirty Blonde- Soft taupe brown
    Deep Dark Brunette – Rich brunette
    Redhead – Muted golden brown

    Fluidline
    Blacktrack – Solid flat black ~
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    208 Brush – Angled Brow (Synthetic / Natural Blend Fibre)
    Tweezer / Slant
    A slant-tipped tweezer designed with texturized tips for no-slip “grab-ability”.
    Angled tips allow for easy shaping and cleaning up of the brows. Made from
    high-quality satin-finished metal.

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    Mac-Guy--- thank you for starting new threads for these!!!!
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    I am excited for the brow fluidlines! MAC Taupe brow pencil is my favourite. I hope there will be a coordinating shade. I have very short brows that need to be extended, but pencil tends to rub off and my brows don't last. >_< I hope the fluidline will look good and last!

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    i kind of wanted brow sets in new colors

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    the auburn fluidline will probably be mine!!!
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    I am very excited about the brow fluidlines. I have brows that are dense in some places, thin in others so they don't take pencil brow products well (ends up looking uneven) and powder doesn't last. Quite Natural isn't a good color match for me, so I can't wait to try these

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    Cannot wait to try the Brow Fluidline!
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    Me neither....I am most interested in these.Maybe I will also get a brow powder duo.
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    This is a Big Maybe, you have to be very precise when using a fluidlines, with a pencil or eyeshadow it`s easier to undo a mistake, but still want to know more
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    Quote Originally Posted by romi79_2008 View Post
    This is a Big Maybe, you have to be very precise when using a fluidlines, with a pencil or eyeshadow it`s easier to undo a mistake, but still want to know more
    It can very easily look "drawn-on."
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    Quote Originally Posted by romi79_2008 View Post
    This is a Big Maybe, you have to be very precise when using a fluidlines, with a pencil or eyeshadow it`s easier to undo a mistake, but still want to know more
    I think with fluidlines, you just want to use them with brows that are naturally fuller or use a very fine brush and do feathery strokes. To use them to draw in brows in one dramatic line would be tricky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liba View Post
    I think with fluidlines, you just want to use them with brows that are naturally fuller or use a very fine brush and do feathery strokes. To use them to draw in brows in one dramatic line would be tricky.
    Cartoon character brows. ROFL!
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    I guess I'll get some brow stuff from this. I only tweez my brows a tiny bit. I'm afraid they will look worse with product on them. An anastasia artist did my brows once with a stencil and it looked horrible.
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    ill have to check these brow products out I use urban decay eyeshadow on mine right now. most brow stuff isn't the right color, it's either too light (brown) or too dark (black). I have brown black hair, chorcal color looks best but its hard to find. anyone have any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkdollface View Post
    I guess I'll get some brow stuff from this. I only tweez my brows a tiny bit. I'm afraid they will look worse with product on them. An anastasia artist did my brows once with a stencil and it looked horrible.
    Stencils are really terrible. Try to use a really fine pen and draw individual hairs. It doesn't need to be perfect. In fact, a little bit unevenness looks more natural.

    Have you tried Fling? It's an ash dark blond. It should be perfect for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac-Guy View Post
    Stencils are really terrible. Try to use a really fine pen and draw individual hairs. It doesn't need to be perfect. In fact, a little bit unevenness looks more natural.

    Have you tried Fling? It's an ash dark blond. It should be perfect for you!
    Fling is amazing but so hard to find here. I got 2 the last time I found it in stock.

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    I'm definitely interested in the Brow Fluidlines. I hope they have one similar to their Spiked pencil. I've been wanting to get MAC's 208 brush but never got it so I think I'll get it to use with the fluidline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MACina View Post
    Me neither....I am most interested in these.Maybe I will also get a brow powder duo.
    Me too, I'm intrigued by this idea! I've only ever used powder on my brows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac-Guy View Post
    Stencils are really terrible. Try to use a really fine pen and draw individual hairs. It doesn't need to be perfect. In fact, a little bit unevenness looks more natural.

    Have you tried Fling? It's an ash dark blond. It should be perfect for you!
    A MUA tried Fling on me once and it didn't look bad, but I couldn't really see a difference. I'm kinda broke after Marilyn, so I'll wait for this collection. Maybe there will be something even better.
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    Not sure if this is one of the brow fluidlines but it is new and coming out next year! Its called dirty blonde...and I need it!
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    ooooooooooooooooooh crap and here is a bunch of brow stuff and more new for 2013!
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    is this going to be perm?
    Starting to hunt for Blazing Haute. This will be the first blush I've ever hit pan on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post
    is this going to be perm?
    The new pencils will be, but the brow fluidlines will not.
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    More pictures of the brow fluidlines..including the brunette one! also more new stuff for 2013, eyeshadows, blushes, mineralize lipsticks YIKES!
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    Too bad....but maybe they will become perm one day.

    I wonder if you can also use them as "normal" fluidlines on your lid.

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    The new pencils will be, but the brow fluidlines will not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkdollface View Post
    A MUA tried Fling on me once and it didn't look bad, but I couldn't really see a difference. I'm kinda broke after Marilyn, so I'll wait for this collection. Maybe there will be something even better.
    Judging from your avatar, I'd say Fling is a tiny bit darker than your natural hair color. It will definitely be subtle, though it would certainly suit you as Fling has an ashy hue. It's perm, so it won't run away, but given the focus on brows this season, you might want to check it out sooner rather than later. :-)
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    Believe it or not, I've never done a thing to my brows beyond plucking them/trimming length of individual hairs here and there. I have Brooke Shields like brows so I pluck to shape the inner portion and under to clean up/shape the underside, but I have no thin areas that need to be filled in. Most MUAs have told me over the years (decades) that I got lucky and that I don't need to do a thing (more) to them.

    The only thing that bugs me now is that my brows are brown and my hair is dark auburn. Maybe an auburn pencil would subtly correct that? I should probably just get my hairstylist to dye them the next time I'm in. I used to do that when I coloured my own hair in my 20s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audrey C View Post
    Believe it or not, I've never done a thing to my brows beyond plucking them/trimming length of individual hairs here and there. I have Brooke Shields like brows so I pluck to shape the inner portion and under to clean up/shape the underside, but I have no thin areas that need to be filled in. Most MUAs have told me over the years (decades) that I got lucky and that I don't need to do a thing (more) to them.

    The only thing that bugs me now is that my brows are brown and my hair is dark auburn. Maybe an auburn pencil would subtly correct that? I should probably just get my hairstylist to dye them the next time I'm in. I used to do that when I coloured my own hair in my 20s.
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    Same here Audrey. I only tweeze/pluck or trim. I will not touch my brows. They are fine just the way they are (in my opinion). It's also the one area I have no real interest in. I've never been big with brows & I'm still not. I like my bushy brows.


    Quote Originally Posted by Audrey C View Post
    Believe it or not, I've never done a thing to my brows beyond plucking them/trimming length of individual hairs here and there. I have Brooke Shields like brows so I pluck to shape the inner portion and under to clean up/shape the underside, but I have no thin areas that need to be filled in. Most MUAs have told me over the years (decades) that I got lucky and that I don't need to do a thing (more) to them.

    The only thing that bugs me now is that my brows are brown and my hair is dark auburn. Maybe an auburn pencil would subtly correct that? I should probably just get my hairstylist to dye them the next time I'm in. I used to do that when I coloured my own hair in my 20s.

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    New brow products? I don't know if I need anything. I just added Coquette to my brow routine about a month ago. Not sure I want to change it again.
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