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Article: How to Get Instant Liner Looks with the Arc Brush

Curved edge of the Arc Brush

How to Get Instant Liner Looks with the Arc Brush

If brushing up on new makeup techniques isn't high on your list of priorities these days, no worries! We made an angled liner brush, the Arc Brush that lets you achieve dramatic eye looks without the drama of doing them completely free hand.

Just pick a look below and follow its simple steps.


Step 1: Apply shadow or liner to the curved Arc end of the Arc Brush. Once the brush is loaded, with the curve facing down, gently press onto your upper lash line.

Model applying liner to the water line using the curved Arc end of the Arc brush

Step 2: Flip the curve up to a smile position, and apply to your lower lash line!

Model applying eyeliner to the lower lash line

Step 3: Use the opposite angled end of the brush to blend as desired.

Model blending eyeliner using the angled end of the arc brush

 Two stokes and VOILA you’re done!



Step 1: Apply shadow or liner to the curved Arc end of the Arc Brush (prop tip: if you want a more define stamp, wet the curved end before dipping into shadow)

Curved end of the arc brush dipped into the define eyeliner color of the Fold Out Face Palette

Step 2: With the curve facing up, (like a smile) position the bristles against the outer edge of you upper lash line and gently press, marking your flick.

Model adding a winged eyeliner look using the curved end of the Arc Brush

Step 3: Using the opposite, angled end of the brush, pull the color in from the outer edge and along your lid.

Model using the angled end of the arc brush to bring eyeliner closer to inner corner of eye

TA-DA a winged liner look!


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