What brush should I use to get the thinnest possible line with Fluidline?

minakokanmuri

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Hi all. I wonder which Mac brush i should use to get the thinnest line with fluidline. if you could also put an art brush equivalent, that would be fantastic. thnx!!
 

bebs

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I think so far for me its the 210 thats the thinnest one so far, or the 266
 

AudreyNicole

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I'd say the 210 also
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pratbc

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The 210! I have this brush and it works amazingly well to create very thin lines.
 

trollydolly

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i purchased fluidline and 210 brush last week and its a great brush for creating an accurate thin line and its an easy brush to control if you're new to gel liners.
 

juicygirl

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i use the 208 but i think the line you get is much thicker than the one you will get with the 266. but i looovve the 208 because i have finally figured out how to do skinny lines as well with it.
 

jrm

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I personally prefer the #266. When I tried out a #209 brush, I think you need to have a steadier hand because its thin, round head. With a #266 it makes it somewhat easier because of the thin angled head of the brush which helps you create a line.
 

VDUB*BELLA

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I swear by my 209
I love this brush I cannot put fluidline on properly anymore without this and I prefer it over the 210. Try both out and see which one you are more comfy with

I used to use the 212 and 266 but once i started using the 209 I cant go back
 

malaviKat

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I purchased a Loew-Cornell brush from Michaels; synthetic bristles, identical in shape to MAC's #210. I believe it's a 3/0. I paid about $3.00....and I think it's the greatest thing in the world! (I swear by MAC brushes...but it does its job!)
 

angeliquea~+

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I use a 209 brush, I started using this brush when I was a complete beginner at gel eyeliners, so you can't go wrong
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Sanayhs

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For the absolute thinnest line possible, I use a micro brush from the local art store. It's got these teeny short bristles in a super thin bunch, and it's really easy to control. It could definitely be worth poking around an art store to see what you find.
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As far as MAC brushes go, I most frequently use my 208 for fluidline. I can get a nice thin line from it.
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tokidoki1825

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For a REALLY thin line, buy a craft brush. They have really precise, thin, well-shaped ones that are perfect for eyeliner. Way thinner than MAC brushes.
 

pahblov

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I'm going to have to go against the grain and say the 263. It's like the 266, but synthetic, so it'll apply gel-like products really precisely, and smoothly! I used to swear by the 266, but I'm a total 263 convert.
 

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