Rated 5 out of 5 by ConsciousBurning Good brush for precise lines
I've had a very thin angled brush for years and years that I loved, but it's really way past it's prime and I've been looking for a while for a replacement that's cruelty free. I tried the Good Karma brush but it just wasn't thin enough. I've been very pleased with this brush - I was a little worried at first because it is a bit thicker than my previous angled brush but I've actually found that that slight extra thickness helps the brush be a bit stiffer and easier to control. I haven't used this with the cream eyeliner pot but I have been using it with a black pressed powder (I'll scrape up a little bit and wet the brush) and it works great.
May 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by NashvilleNeko Excellent brush, like all UD brushes - great purchase
I've thrown out or stopped using all of my previous makeup brushes after discovering Urban Decay's line, so was already a fan of their quality, softness, and pigment retention where applicable. In going through my array, I realized I had no narrow, firm brush capable of getting right down into the lashes with gel eyeliner and delicately coloring just the waterline without hitting my cornea with stray hard bristles, or making a mess under my eyes. Seeing the Perversion Angled brush on sale, I thought it was a great opportunity to fill the gap in my collection. So the Perversion Angled brush joined the rest as a valued addition, doing all of the above. I'm very happy with my purchase!
March 24, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Blurple Too thick - don't believe the hype.
I really wanted this to work!
I have had such great luck with UD products that I decided to splurge and treat myself.
The handle is nice - it has a good texture to it to help keep a good grip. But honestly the Sonja Kashuk brush at target it nicer as it is more ergonomic handle and the brush is thinner - allowing for better control. I found myself having to use way more Q tips to fix errant smudge with this too thick brush. Elf has a nice thin angled brush, less expensive, too.
November 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Starbug Very Precise
This brush is very precise. I use angled eye liner brushes daily and have been for a long time. Out of all the different brands that I own this one is one of the best. The line goes on very precise and it can be used for the brow area as well. I also sometimes use it as a lip brush so its very versatile. Its synthetic so its also easy to clean and won't suck up product like natural brushes often do. Highly recommend this brush its a great one.
July 16, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by RubyRapture I enjoyed it for a week...
but then all of the bristles came loose and retreated into the handle of the brush. This was from completely normal use. I've never had a brush, even cheap ones, do this before. It's completely unusable now. A total waste of money. I expect much better quality from UD. :(
When it wasn't broken, I was able to get pretty fine lines with it. I just wish it would have lasted longer than a week.
May 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nikaila Great for precise application
I really wanted a brush for applying eyeshadow as upper liner more precisely than the one that I had before did and this one sure does the trick. It's the perfect balance of stiff, thin, and soft and flexible to get precise lines without dragging or the feeling that you're stabbing yourself in the eye. It picks up a lot of product too and cleans well.
September 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Calli Excellent Brush, Great Price, Must Have.
We all know there are some uses where you can get away with using the absolute cheapest brush. Lining the eyes (or anything!) isn''t one of them. A flat brush with a square shape and angled bristles is essential for lining eyes, unless you're some kind of witch.
Since I line with powder 95% of the time, my favorite thing about this brush is the way it picks up powder. A good amount, but not too much, and minimal fallout. It's also great with cream/gel liner. Slightly swiping each side of the brush against the product helps it keep a thin shape and apply razor-thin lines, and swiping the sides with a little more pressure pick up plenty of product for push-lining, tightlining, etc.
Other brushes of this quality and shape are easily $10-$30 more, or come in sets, which still cost quite a bit. This is 100% the angled liner brush I recommend to everyone, even if their budget/interests/wants and needs mean I don't recommend anything else by UD.
September 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by ChrisCB Not that thin
I love Urban Decay products but this one I'm not a fan. I bought it because I was looking for a super thin angled brush to do my eye brow with a very thin tail but this brush failed the job. It's still good for filling your brow. My daughter has a MAC angled brush that's thin as paper and I think that's the one I'm going to get next.
May 30, 2014