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Hi ladies - I have heard so much positive feedback on Fluidlines that I think I'm going to take the plunge and invest in Fluidlines (in Blacktrack) along with the #209 (???) brush.

I'm alittle paranoid as I'm a pencil user, basically because it's the only liner I'm able to apply without any fuss.
So, any application suggestions for Fluidlines that you can give will be greatly appreciated.


Thanks!

 
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Originally Posted by Leadfoot Hi ladies - I have heard so much positive feedback on Fluidlines that I think I'm going to take the plunge and invest in Fluidlines (in Blacktrack) along with the #209 (???) brush.
I'm alittle paranoid as I'm a pencil user, basically because it's the only liner I'm able to apply without any fuss.
So, any application suggestions for Fluidlines that you can give will be greatly appreciated.


Thanks!

i love my fluidlines. and i really like the 311 brush for lining my eyes. i use my 209 and my 311 most of the time.the only application tip is use a brush that gives you a thin line unlike how people are saying use the 266 brush it's too thick of a line. and you don't have to do one solid line you can always redip and add more.

 
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I don´t think there´s much you need to know. invest in a good slanted brush and you´re fine.

I even have trouble using pencils, and since I got my fluidlines I rarely reach for my pencils. I´m sure you´ll love them!!

 
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Practice, practice, practice! I sucked at using pencil liners but I love how easily I can use the fluidlines.

 
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I would say the brush you use is really important. It's a matter of finding which one is easier for you to use, and which one gies the best application.

 
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Originally Posted by Bhav I would say the brush you use is really important. It's a matter of finding which one is easier for you to use, and which one gies the best application. For me, the thinner the brush the better.
 
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Definitely

Originally Posted by Leadfoot For me, the thinner the brush the better.
 

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