Pixiwoo) and a description of this tool. The Silicone Liner Brush has a lightweight purple aluminum handle with a black rubberized base. The brush name and Real Techniques logo is printed on the handle in deeper purple letters. A small, very flexible silicone nib is attached to the end of the handle. The silicone tip comes to a narrow point that can create precise lines of any width. The flexibility of the silicone tip makes this eyeliner brush incredibly easy to work with. I love me some angled eyeliner brushes, but they've been on the back burner since I got this brush. My only complaint about Real Techniques' Silicone Liner Brush is that it doesn't pick up and hold much product, I find myself needing to dip back into my gel liners two to three times per eye. This silicone tipped brush works best with gel and cream eyeliners; I find it useless with liquid liners, which do not adhere to the tip at all. Real Techniques Silicone Liner Brush is so easy to clean, product wipes right off of it.
Real Techniques Silicone Liner Brush is awesome, and pretty unique too - I don't know if I've ever seen a brush quite like this before. This silicone tipped eyeliner tool creates precise lines, though I need to pick up product more often than I'd like. This tool is very easy to clean. To me, the $6 price tag is very reasonable. If you wear gel eyeliner often, or just want to try something new, I definitely recommend picking up Real Techniques' Silicone Liner Brush.
this product was gifted to me.