Winged Liner/Brow Definer by Clover Collection

Winged Liner/Brow Definer Brush (420S)

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CLAIM TO FAME: A short-haired, angled brush with curved edges that draws sharp, precise lines

FAST FACTS: Ultra-soft bristles are made with synthetic hairs that won’t tug or irritate skin; firm, densely-packed tip creates hair-like strokes when filling in brows; rounded edge effortlessly creates winged liner looks; easily delivers thin to thick strokes on lash lines

PERFECT FOR: Brow powders and gel liners

WHAT YOU GET: (1) 420S - Winged Liner / Brow Definer Brush

Any true artist knows that having the right tools is essential to achieve a precise makeup finish. What started as a hobby eventually lead to a business fueled by the desire to provide an affordable selection of quality brushes for both beginners and professionals. Today, Clover Collection offers the premium brushes you need to create a sophisticated everyday look. The best part is that you now have the ability to wield your own makeup like a pro!

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Could be stiffer

Clover Collection has some of the best makeup brushes in the game, and this isn't an exception to their usual standard of quality. The brush handle is firm, long, and easy to maneuver. I love the length because it makes it easier for me to control the movement of either a liquid liner, or brow powders or waxes. The only thing I'm not fond of is the brush bristles. I expected it to be a little stiffer, but when you press your finger down on the bristles, they still sort of bend too much. It's not a dealbreaker though, and I'm actually really glad to have soft bristles because of my sensitive skin.

9 months ago
Certified Buyer

Just for precision instead.

i needed a new angled brush and i'm curious to try this out. I'm also looking for the dupe for mac 263 which is honestly good and slim. So i tried this with my new Maybelline gel liner. As i go in, its nice because it's slim and good for precision but im confused if its the product or the brush. I trying to do my with and its not that stiff and my wing got a little more longer but sharp as a knife. I'm kinda agreeing with Lexi down there we're looking for a little stiffness just to make a good flick and slick. BTW as i try my eyeliner with this brush it gets patchy so that's the confusion is all about.

5 months ago