Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Sigma brushes are amazing and highly recommended! I wrote about them before for www.stylebible.ie. and I adore them. They are such good quality and if you are not familiar with this line then I would like to spread the word about Sigma.
Firstly I would like to cover the ‘Make Me Classy’ set. This set consists of twelve must have brushes and also comes with a nice brochure detailing the purpose of each brush.

The Large Angled Contour brush is perfect for applying blusher with its shape and size.

Then there’s the Large Powder Brush with its dense hairs and round top ideal for setting foundation or applying bronzer.

The Duo Fibre brush helps create a flawless natural foundation finish without having to use too much product.

The Pencil Brush is great for achieving a precise eyeshadow application on the lids, lower and upper lash line as well as the crease.

Every kit needs an Eye Shading brush for packing on colour to the lids and this is nicely dense too.

I found the Angled Shading brush fab for applying a highlight to the brow bone or shading the crease.

The Large Shader is large enough to use for concealer or cream based shadows while also having a flat rounded top ideal for a highlighter on the brow bone. I actually sometimes use this brush for blending too.

The Concealer brush consists of synthetic hairs ideal for any cream based products. Its size is also great for application on small areas.

The hairs on the Foundation brush are study and also dense which is great for applying any liquid or cream foundation. These are by far my favourite type of brush to apply foundation with.

I like to use the Tapered Blending brush for setting any concealer with powder or overall blending eyeshdaows together at the end of application.

The Small Angle brush works great with cream or gel liners especially for creating a flick of liner at the edge of the lids.

And lastly is the Eye Liner brush. This creates a more precise application and nicely replaces the built in brush that normally come with liquid liners.

Overall this affordable set has it all and there’s not one brush that won’t come in handy. I also found that these hardly shed when washed and come with a gorgeous black brush holder, which can be easily cleaned and closes shut.
See www.sigmabeauty for their full range and details.
More reviews about Sigma brushes to follow.