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MAC 219 Pencil Brush Review, Photos

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Claims : For precision shading on lid, in eye crease or along lash line. The soft, smooth fibers of this brush are gathered into a pencil-shaped tip. It is ideal for blending eyeliner into eye shadow to create a smoky looking eye. MAC professional brushes are hand-sculpted and assembled using the finest quality materials. They feature wood handles and nickel-plated brass ferrules.

Price : Rs 1400

MAC 219 is one of my most abused used brush. I picked it up last year , it felt like splurging but it was so worth it.

It is a round pencil brush with densely packed bristles. The bristles are made up white f goat hair, the black handle is made up of wood and the ferrule is nickel plated brass.

MAC Semi-Precious Brushes: 128, 179, 234, 235

This is not a review. I will do my best to test these out over the next few days and write more of a review, but since I haven’t had ample time to test these, I’m not prepared to review or really answer any questions about these! I prefer only to answer questions once I’ve had a chance to use a product, so please give me some time and I would really appreciate your patience 🙂 At that time, I will suggest uses, provide more detailed size measurements, etc. At this time, I did, at the very least, want to share photos of the new brushes.

  • 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush is an unusual sized brush. It’s compact and densely packed with a slight rounded edge. It contains both synthetic and natural fibers. It seems smaller than the 116, almost like a flattened 109. This brush is $32.00 and limited edition.
  • 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush contains both natural and synthetic fibers. It’s comparable to the size of the 182, and the handle is similar (I don’t have a real 182 with that handle to compare, so I’m going by memory for that distinction, as mine have a SE handle). Also worth noting, MAC originally launched a 179 Body Buffer Brush with Skinsheen back in 2008, which is completely different from this one. This brush is $47.00 and limited edition.
  • 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush is a slightly tapered, round-edged brush with a fluffy feel with the same split of synthetic and natural fibers.  This brush is $22.50 and limited edition.
  • 235 Split Fibre All Over Eye Brush is a flat, slightly stubby eye brush with a barely domed edge. It looks like a taller 214 in a way. It has a synthetic and natural mix of fibers. This brush is $30.00 and limited edition.

Generally, based on what I have heard from MAC artists in the past, synthetic brushes are often better for blending, as well as for applying cream and liquid products. Natural brushes are better for packing on color and initial application of powder products.

Do any of these catch your eye? Are you excited for new brushes?

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MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 128 Split Fibre Cheek Brush

MAC 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush

MAC 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush

MAC 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush

MAC 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush

MAC 179 Angled Split Fibre Buffer Brush

MAC 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush

MAC 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush

MAC 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush

MAC 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush

MAC 234 Split Fibre Eye Blending Brush

MAC 235 Split Fibre All Over Eye Brush

MAC 235 Split Fibre All Over Eye Brush

MAC 235 Split Fibre All Over Eye Brush

MAC 235 Split Fibre All Over Eye Brush

Beauty Basics: MAC Eye Brushes

Beauty Basics is a series covering basic products and tools that help to make applying your makeup easier. To view the entire series to date, be sure to visit the beauty basics, or you can view posts within the series about MAC Eye Brushes.

Focus On: MAC 219 Pencil Brush

MAC 219 Pencil Brush ($23.00) is one of my very favorite brushes, and I definitely consider it a must-have in my brush stash. It was one of the first few full-sized eye brushes I purchased. It can be used for all sorts of things (don’t you love a multitasking tool?) from depositing color into the crease, defining shapes, tapping color on the lower lash line, or smudging color. I personally reach for this to apply eyeshadow to my lower lash line. It’s a soft, fairly firm brush (but not stiff), with densely packed bristles. I can get a good amount of color and have most of it deposit where I’m applying it (and not just sucked up by the brush). It also works well to blend colors on the lower lash line or even smudge out colors for a smokier effect. I’ve been considering picking up a second one of these, but I’m trying to resist!

How do you like to use this brush?

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