Thursday, March 10, 2011

Sigma Brush Haul

Carefully she reached into the Organza Bag...
Her fingers touched the softest thing she had ever felt.
She pulled her hand away wondering what it was she had touched.

Click HERE to get it. 

(What Sigma says about the Brushes)
Introducing the new Sigmax brush line for high definition,
flawless makeup application. The brushes in this collection
feature exclusive Sigmax filament, specially designed to apply
powder and liquid products without absorption into the fibers.
The shape, density and height of the filaments were carefully
engineered to perfectly buff products onto the skin,
resulting in a high definition effect.

The F80 Flat Top Kabuki brush is perfect for applying and
blending liquid, cream, and powder products onto the skin.
The flat surface allows perfect buffing with flawless results.
Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.

The F82 Round Top Kabuki brush simplifies precise makeup
application under the eyes and around the nose. This brush is also perfect
for achieving flawless coverage using liquid and powder products.
Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.

The F84 Angled Top Kabuki brush is the perfect brush for
precise, yet blended application of products on the cheeks.
It seamlessly applies cream, powder and liquid products.
Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.
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Click HERE to get it.

The 12 Brush Kit can also be found in the following colors:
Purple - Make Me Crazy * Black - Make Me Classy * Coral - Make Me Blush *

12 professional quality brushes for a complete makeover!
Everything you need to apply makeup to eyes and face.

The angled shape makes this brush ideal
to apply blush or contour shades.
Natural bristles.
Very dense with a rounded top. Ideal to apply
powder products on face and body.
Natural bristles.
Specially designed to generate an ‘airbrushed’ finish when used to
apply liquid foundation. It can also be used to apply blush,
highlight shades and loose pigments.
Blend of synthetic and natural bristles.

Concealer - F70                                                                        Small Angle - E65
The rounded, tapered, flat shape                                 Essential for the application
makes this brush ideal to conceal                                      of gel or cream eyeliner 
the under eye area. It is also                                            upper and lower lash line.
recommended for a precise                                           This brush is also excellent
application in small areas.                                              for filling out the eyebrows.
Synthetic bristles.                                                                          Synthetic bristles.

Can be used to apply liquid or cream
foundation. It is also recommended to apply
moisturizers and conceal large areas.
Synthetic bristles.

Flat shape is ideal for application of cream formulas and eye shadow primers. It also works great with loose eye shadows or pigments. Can be used to apply color all over the lid or precisely on the lash line.
Natural bristles.

An extra-fine tipped brush
that delivers a precise, firm,
even stroke to line the eyes.
Synthetic fiber.

Medium Angled Shading - E70                                              Eye Shading - E55
Angled, tapered, flat top. Ideal to apply                   Soft and dense with a rounded
highlight shades underneath the eyebrow                    finish. Can be used to apply
and on the inner corners. It can also be                    pressed or looseeye shadows
used for a precise application of darker                        and pigments. Ideal to build
shades on the crease area.                                           intense color on the eyelid.
Natural bristles.                                                                                Natural bristles.

Precise application of color on the crease, outer corner,
and upper and lower lash line. Also ideal to smudge out pencil liner.
Natural bristles.

Rounded and tapered top.
Specially designed to apply and blend color on the crease.
Natural bristles.

I got cleaning instructions to my new brushes.
And the first thing I did was wash them.
It was so hard. I wanted to start using them right away.
But they did have a bit of a funny smell.
So I washed them. Big brushes took forever to dry.
At least it felt that way...


You have acquired a high quality product designed to exceed your expectations.
Here are some important tips on how to clean and maintain your Sigma brushes:

We recommend cleaning your new Sigma brushes by using a brush cleanser
or a mild baby shampoo prior to its first use. Be careful not to wet the wood
handle and the junction between the handle and the ferrule (metal section).
Reshape the bristles after cleaning and lay the brushes flat until they are completely
dry. Deep cleaning is recommended once a week. Daily spot cleaning can be done
by using a brush cleanser solution and soft tissue paper. Add a small amount of brush
cleanser to the tissue and gently wipe the bristles back and forth until they are clean.

The name of the brushes are printed on the handles.
Isn't it pretty? - What do you think?

Tapered Blending E40 is a brush I really like - it does "all" the
work for you. I have to get some more of those brushes.

For me this is a "Love Affair For Life". From the moment I layed
my hands/fingers on them I just felt that this is good quality brushes.

The Synthetic Face Kit - I can't believe how soft they are.
I wish I had an other set of both the synthetic and Make me -.
And all the other Sigma brushes for that matter.

What is your favourite brush and brand?

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I bought the Brushes from Sigma. - The E25 came along as a Gift.

And that is a "Piece of Pie" - Thank you for reading! - Feel free to comment.


  1. I was looking for a post like this.
    I presented my cheap brushes today but I´m looking for some with high quality.
    So thanks for this post.

  2. You are welcome!
    Posted a reply on your blog.

  3. Thank you so much for your answer.
    It helped me a lot.



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