Thursday, September 3, 2015

Morphe G21 Angled Wing Liner Brush Dupes

We have been working hard to present affordable brushes in an informative way. These two brushes are VERY different (and not just because of their price tag) so we are going to compare so that you can make the best decision for your preferences. The MAC 208 contains both synthetic and natural bristles while Morphe G21 is entirely synthetic. The 208's combo makes it perfect for powder products because the natural bristles pick up more product. I don't particularly like the 208 for gel or cream products because natural bristles don't provide the same precision as synthetic and it absorbs more product. A fully synthetic bristle brush like the Morphe G21 is going to be ideal for your brow pomades because synthetic bristles gravitate together which gives you that perfect precision. They also don't have a cuticle AKA they won't suck up your expensive brow products that you can't live without! I hope this was informative so you can feel confident whichever route you go! (Be sure to take 10% off of Morphe with code "dupethat" if you grab a G21!)

Let's talk about these slim angle brushes! The NARS brush is made up of natural bristles which makes this a great brush for brow powders as well as doing smokey liner. The natural bristles provide flawless blending but are not as precise as synthetic bristles. The Morphe brush is made up of synthetic bristles which is ideal for crème and liquid products (gel eyeliner and brow pomade). Synthetic bristles gravitate toward each other which allows you to create thin and precise lines. When it comes to drawing a perfect wing, your tools can make or break it.

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