Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Review: Sigma Premium Professional Kit

This brush set is made for professional makeup application. I love this set because it has all the essential brushes you need, and plus you get a brush roll which is amazing. This set costs $139, but you get what you pay for, the brushes are comparable to MAC brushes, overall it's a must have whether you are just starting out, want to add to your collection, or for those that are an aspiring Makeup Artists :) So now it's review time:

An amazing brush roll that has a leather feel and easy to wipe off makeup.

It has a snap clasp that opens and shuts so your brushes will stay safe from the dust mites and from getting old, easy to travel with because all your brushes are in one place and not in a zipper compartment like my other brushes are.
You open the brush roll and you find 15 amazing brushes in their individual slots.
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F20- Large Powder Brush also known as the paddle brush is great for applying loose powder to set your foundation.

F25-Tapered Face Brush as Sigma describes it as, "this brush is great for blending and applying highlighter to your cheeks." I like using this brush for powders or removing fall out from underneath the eyes AND blending out the contour color.

F10- Powder/Blush Brush, perfect for applying blush.

F15- Duo Fibre Powder/Blush, because of the duo fibres it works great with highly pigmented products so that it gives you the right amount of product needed, so you can always go back and build up the color.

F35- Tapered Highlighter which is similar to the F25 just smaller in size, this brush is wonderful to contour your face with and to highlight your cheeks, forehead, and the bridge of your nose.

F65- Large Concealer, ideal for concealing large areas and also great for applying and blending cream products.

E50- Large Fluff, LOVE this favorite brush to apply and blend highlighter color to the brow bone. Sigma describes this brush as "versatile fluff brush, Ideal for applying and blending powder products on the eyes and face. Can be used for applying single shades all over the lid, highlighting cheekbones, and for contouring." I also use this brush to blend around the crease color and will try to contour my face with this and see how it works out.

F75- Concealer, the brush I always reach out for when concealing under the eyes, like it better than the F70 which you get with the Complete Brush kit, which I also have :D

E25- Blending Brush, a must-have, great for applying and blending crease color, similar to MAC's 217.

E35- Tapered Blending Brush, great for blending out the crease color.

E45- Small Tapered Blending, great to use for precise application and blending of intense crease color.

E20- Short Shader Brush, ideal for smudging liner or colors.

E10- Small Eye Liner Brush, perfect for gel liners, but I prefer the E05  which you get with complete brush set.

E15- Flat Definer, great brush for tight lining (applying liner in the upper and  lower lashline to make your lashes look fuller.)

L05- Lip Brush, great to apply and blend lip color on your lips,  and small enough to throw in your purse to travel with.

Because on the lid your brush won't get contaminated in your purse.

Can put the lid on the back of the brush to make the brush longer and easy to hold.
To buy this Brush set click on this link and if you spend $25 or more you get a free gift :D

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