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Sigma Make Up Brushes Review

Hello everyone! here is my Sigma Make Up Brushes Review!
I’ve been meaning to post this short review haul since I received these brushes from Sigma, but it kept slipping my mind. So now, let me show you what I’ve got..
1 Sigma Brushes haul
Sigma Duo Fibre – F50 = $16
Sigma Tapered Blending – E35 = $9
Sigma Large Fluff – E50 = $9
Sigma Flat Definer – E15 = $9
Sigma Small Angle – E65 = $9
Sigma Travel Size – E25 Free Gift
Shipping Cost to Manila= $12.64
2 Sigma Duo Fibre F50
Sigma Duo Fibre F50~ 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.
I don’t know but I find this brush a little floppy and feathery.
The black bristles fray out well. Though it is not as firm and dense as I want it to be.
So, it can sometimes be too streaky and requires some effort to blend out foundation.
F50 is not totally a bad brush at all, but it’s also not a special perfect brush for liquid foundation as what I usually seen from other reviews. Thing is, Sigma is more affordable compared to MAC.
Their brushes are both well made, doesn’t shed and very sturdy.
I would suggest having the F80 instead of the F50, for an easy flawless foundie application.
2 Sigma Tapered Blending E35
Sigma Tapered Blending E35~ Fluffy, long-bristled brush with tapered tip.
Ideally used to apply and blend color to the crease area and to soften harsh edges.
It’s great for blending out the crease color. It can diffuse and soften the harsh edges perfectly without having any fall-out. But, I find it too fluffy for crease color application, as I have small eyes.
So, i mainly use it for blending.
3 Sigma large Fluff E50
Sigma large Fluff E50~ 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 cheek bones, and for contouring.
This is my current favorite brush. I love to use it for contouring my nose and highlighting the bridge, top of my cheekbones, as well as my brow bones.
It works great for blending out the harsh crease color that could have been brought up too high.
It is so soft and works great for so many things, though it sheds a bit n first wash.
I’m super happy with this brush.
4 Sigma Flat Definer E15
Sigma Flat Definer E15~ Small, firm and flat. this can be used to line the eyes for instant definition. can be used with powder, liquid or cream products.
It’s a firm bristled brush that gives more control and precise application in creating sharp “flick” and defined creases. The flatness and width helps me create a wider line in one press.
Thus, made it as a perfect tightlining tool.
I love to use it for tightlining my upper lashline, and lower lashline as well as smudging some eye color. It is so dense that it picks up any product so well and easily deposits it.
5 Sigma Small Angle E65
Sigma Small Angle E65~ Essential for the application of gel or cream eyeliner on the upper and lower lash line. This brush is also excellent for filling out the eyebrows. Synthetic bristles.
It is short stiff angled brush, which is perfect for filling in eyebrows or using with gel or creme products on the lash line. I mainly use this brush for filling in and defining my eyebrows.
So far, it works perfect.
I haven’t tried to use it with gel liner or crème products as I prefer my other brushes to do that job.
6 sigma Blending E25
Travel size Blending E25 Oval-shaped brush with gently chiseled sides. Blends and softens the look of powder or cream shadows. Ideal to apply eye shadow primer, base eye shadow colors, and blend harsh lines.
I got this brush as a free gift with my total purchase.
 It is in travel size but I think the quality is the same as the full size.
I will definitely give you an update as of the quality, once I receive my Sigma E25 full size brush from winning attenadj’s blog giveaway.
It works fairly well as a blending brush and great in applying some powder, creamy and emollient product. It quickly sweeps some color lightly on the lids~ where I want.
It is ultra soft, fluffy and dense. It is a bit rounder and less tapered at the tip compared to MAC 217. Nevertheless, it performs well for its affordable price.
That’s it..
 till my next haul..
Hope you like!