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Originally Posted by berryjuicy View Post

I really like the brow gel creme. Hopefully they will consider making this item permanent. It's very soft and natural looking and a lot more convenient to use than MUFE's tube gel. I was going to get a backup but I see that's a no-go nope.gif

Do you have any freestanding stores or counters near you where you can either go to, or even call and have it delivered? You can even check macys and nordies online come the 10th. There's also the 800#. You can always call them, as they have a different inventory than online. Some specktrettes have even said that they'll honour current free shipping codes if you mention ome. Don't give up finding a BU. there's still other options.
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Ok so I went to mac pro today. I called around 1:00 and they were already sold out of the redhead fluidline brow gelcreme. Out of all the brow gelcreme, I liked dirty blonde the best. I usually use espresso eyeshadow for my brows but the dirty blonde seems to be a good alternative for when I want a softer look.winks.gif I purchased that and omega eyeshadow. 

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Originally Posted by Eye_ronic View Post

Ok so I went to mac pro today. I called around 1:00 and they were already sold out of the redhead fluidline brow gelcreme. Out of all the brow gelcreme, I liked dirty blonde the best. I usually use espresso eyeshadow for my brows but the dirty blonde seems to be a good alternative for when I want a softer look.winks.gif  I purchased that and omega eyeshadow. 

Man that was fast!
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Wow! There were so many things wrong with that (run-on) sentence, i don't even know where to begin. So I'll just let you have the last word.

Enjoy your day.
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Went to MAC store today and was hoping to view the Blonde fluidline but it is not coming out until 1/10...ugh
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Tried the Brow Fluidline this morning and it worked like a dream.  I was afraid when I filled in the front part of one of my brows (which is very sparse), it would go on too heavy and look severe but it didn't.  I really like this.  I don't know if I will stop using my Anastasia brow wiz though.  I think that product is a bit quicker because I did have to brush my brows and having a pencil with a spooly on one end it quite convenient.  That being said, I used so little of this product I can't imagine running out of it in this millennium.  But to be on the safe side, a back up probably wouldn't hurt.

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Watch out now, you wouldn't wanna offend anyone on here!

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Hrm. Person with just three posts to their name (all of which have been insulting) calls someone with over 6700 a troll.

I'm going to need a moment.
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Hrm. Person with just three posts to their name (all of which have been insulting) calls someone with over 6700 a troll.
I'm going to need a moment.

 

I was thinking the same thing when I read that post...maybe they don't understand the definition of a troll..LOL

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Hi all, I removed a few inappropriate posts. You're all free to disagree just please conduct yourselves civilly.
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Hi all, I removed a few inappropriate posts. You're all free to disagree just please conduct yourselves civilly.

Thanks Janice.

Didn't realize it'd turn into what it did.
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Question

I already have 208. Those who have purchased the fluidline brow, any suggestions on the best way to apply the brow gelcreme( as far as technique)? Erine1881 I am loving your friends brow pic! Forgive me if I asking a repeated question. 

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Originally Posted by Eye_ronic View Post

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I already have 208. Those who have purchased the fluidline brow, any suggestions on the best way to apply the brow gelcreme( as far as technique)? Erine1881 I am loving your friends brow pic! Forgive me if I asking a repeated question. 

Don't her brows look great!?

Depending on the look you're going for, there's a couple different ways to do it.

More natural- do individual, light strokes in an upward and out motion (or down and out, depending on the growth direction) throughout the length of your brow. Follow thru with a spoolie to soften the look and blend.

Carved-apply the gel along the entire bottom edge of your brow. Then repeat the steps above for a natural brow. Carefully clean up under the brow with concealer if needed to erase any stray lines.
post #316 of 666
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Originally Posted by Monidoll4u View Post

Dipdown fluidline and Deep Dark Brunette are almost the same color.....

not on me it wasn't. Deep Dark Brunette is literally like Stud on me, hence why i adore it

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th_hug.gifThank you! Erine1881

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Deep Brunette and Deep Dark Brunette look a bit similar in the Vampy Varnish swatches so does anyone know which one looks like Spiked?
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Originally Posted by GucciGirl View Post

They are not permanent, just limited edition unfortunately. ssad.gif

Yeah, very unfortunate. We better not make it HG! Lol
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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

You'd be surprised! I'm not a brow expert by any means, but it doesn't take as long to learn how to use it on the brows as I thought! The 208 helps a lot too. It's a great product, it's easy to blend and really soft when applying. Plus it stays on forever.

Again, getyou.gif  getyou.gif  Mac for making this limited edition!
Lol I don't understand why these are LE either.

I love the 208 brush for brows. The shorter handle is easy to control which makes for a more precise application. I use it for eyeliner as well.
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Originally Posted by sss215 View Post

Deep Brunette and Deep Dark Brunette look a bit similar in the Vampy Varnish swatches so does anyone know which one looks like Spiked?
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Originally Posted by GucciGirl View Post

They are not permanent, just limited edition unfortunately. ssad.gif

Yeah, very unfortunate. We better not make it HG! Lol
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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

You'd be surprised! I'm not a brow expert by any means, but it doesn't take as long to learn how to use it on the brows as I thought! The 208 helps a lot too. It's a great product, it's easy to blend and really soft when applying. Plus it stays on forever.

Again, getyou.gif  getyou.gif  Mac for making this limited edition!
Lol I don't understand why these are LE either.

I love the 208 brush for brows. The shorter handle is easy to control which makes for a more precise application. I use it for eyeliner as well.

 

Probably Deep Brunette.  Deep Dark Brunette is more gray-toned, at least that's how it appeared when I swatched it last night, so I ended up buying Deep Brunette.  I also use Spiked.

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Originally Posted by Yazmin View Post

Probably Deep Brunette.  Deep Dark Brunette is more gray-toned, at least that's how it appeared when I swatched it last night, so I ended up buying Deep Brunette.  I also use Spiked.

Thank you!
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th_hug.gif Thank you! Erine1881

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should your brow color be a shade lighter than your natural hair color?

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Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post

should your brow color be a shade lighter than your natural hair color?

 

I usually go for a shade lighter if your hair is dark or a shade darker if your hair is light.

post #324 of 666
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Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post

should your brow color be a shade lighter than your natural hair color?

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Originally Posted by makeupgrrl View Post

I usually go for a shade lighter if your hair is dark or a shade darker if your hair is light.

Yuppers!

And if you have red hair or medium brown typically you want to match it.
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I thought so, Mac needs to make the fluid lines in more colors then.   The deep dark brunette is way too dark for me. 

post #326 of 666
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Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post

I thought so, Mac needs to make the fluid lines in more colors then.   The deep dark brunette is way too dark for me. 

They definitely need to. Have you tried dipdown instead? Some are saying they're similar, some are saying they aren't. It's worth a shot.
post #327 of 666
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Originally Posted by erine1881 View Post

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Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post

I thought so, Mac needs to make the fluid lines in more colors then.   The deep dark brunette is way too dark for me. 

They definitely need to. Have you tried dipdown instead? Some are saying they're similar, some are saying they aren't. It's worth a shot.

 

I think Dipdown is actually darker than Deep Dark Brunette.  Might be better to go with the Deep Brunette pencil instead.

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Here is a close up of Deep Dark Brunette Fluidline on my brows.  I usually wear Spiked brow pencil, and my brows are already pretty thick.

 

 

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post #329 of 666

thank you ladies.  makeupgrrl whats on your lids? 

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Originally Posted by Prettypackages View Post

thank you ladies.  makeupgrrl whats on your lids? 

 

I have Nubile paint pot as my base, Orb on my inner lid, Haux on outer lid, Espresso on the very outer corner, and Soft brown in my crease, lined with Prunella eye khol :)

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