Review: Sigma Brushes

5 years ago

Awhile ago, i received my sigma brush set through luuux. This set came with 12 brushes along with a brush case, a rhinstone mirror and a travel size blending brush. Sadly, i dont think these are available in the luuux shop anymore :/ the set retails for $89 on the sigma website but im not sure if it comes with the mirror and brush case.

<strong><em> F30 large powder brush<em></strong>
this brush is sooo fluffy and soft. it makes putting on powder super fast and easy. it sheds sometimes but not to the point where i gets annyoing. retails for $19

<strong><em> F50 duo fibre brush</em></strong>
This is definitely my favourite brush in the set! I used it to apply my laura mercier tinited moisturizer and it blends it out so well & makes me look flawless. This tends to shed alot which sucks but i love it too much for it to matter LOL. retails for $18

<strong><em> F40 large angled contour brush</em></strong>
I use this brush to put on blush. I find it harder to pick up powder blush but it applies great with cream blush!

<strong><em> F60 foundation brush</em></strong>
This brush is very dense and applies foundation great. but i feel like it`s more likely to look more cakey with this brush so i prefer the F50 duo fibre brush. retails for $14

<strong><em> E55 eye shading brush</em></strong>
i use this brush all the time! it`s easy to pack on alot colour to the lids. it reminds me alot of the elf eyeshadow brush which was a favourite of mine before this. retails for $9

<strong><em> E40 tapered blending brush</em></strong>
this brush is great and does it`s job! but i find that it`s too big & fluffy, i need a smaller brush for my smaller eyes haha. retails for $11

<strong><em> F70 concealer brush</em></strong>
This brush tends to make the areas i apply concealer look cakey so i prefer using my hand to blend in my concealer. retails for $9

<strong><em> E30 pencil brush</em></strong>
I really like this brush because of the shape. i love using it to apply shadow to my lower lashline and to define my outer v. retails for $9

<strong><em> E60 large shader</em></strong>
to be honest, i rarely use this brush. it`s too big and i prefer E55. this has definitely worked out for others but not for me. retails for $11

<strong><em> E70 meduim angled shading brush</em></strong>
this brush works really well to apply shadow to the outer corner and crease. definitely one of the staple brushes everyone must have! retails for $9

<strong><em> E05 eyeliner brush</em></strong>
this brush will be a holy grail product for people who use cream/gel liners. this brush is stiff when makes it easy to apply the product, it`s also super easy to create thin precise lines which i love! retails for $9

<strong><em> E65 small angle brush</em></strong>
i use this brush to apply shadow to my inner tear duct. love how it`s so thin! retails for $9

i lovelovelove these, i have a couple mac brushes and they`re definitely close to looks & quality. Except, sigma is so much more affordable! I definitely recommend these :)

<strong>Have you tried sigma brushes?</strong>

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