As a Christmas gift to myself, I decided I would order some Sigma brushes. I have wanted some Sigma brushes for years now but never broke down and bought some until now. I have always heard nothing but good reviews about them so why not? I ordered the Sigmax line of brushes and several individual brushes that I knew I would use frequently. So without further ado, let's take a look at what I purchased.
|This is how the box came in the mail and how the brushes were packed.|
|It came with a note that explained how to clean your brushes.|
|Here is an overview picture of everything that was in the box. With my brushes, I also received three pamphlets that explained the details of each brush and how they can be used. In addition, I received a free single eyeshadow.|
|Here you will see that the brushes came wrapped in plastic and a few of the brushes came with brush guards.|
|This is the free eyeshadow I received in the shade Shine.|
|In this picture, you can see how tightly packed the bristles are in these brushes. The second on the left looks slightly used because it was. I couldn't resist feeling it on my face! lol Sorry.|
|These are the face brushes from the Synthetic Essential Kit.|
|These are the "babies" of the Sigmax Kabukis above. This is the "precision" part of the set.|
|These are the precision brushes from the Synthetic Essential Kit.|
|From top to bottom: Pencil E30, Short Shader E20, Eye Shading E55, Blending E25, Tapered Blending E35, Flat Definer E15|
|From top to bottom: Tapered Highlighter F35, Small Duo Fiber F55, and Small Contour F05.|
That's it! Let me know if you have any Sigma brushes and what brushes from their line you recommend. Also, if you have tried their eyeshadow palettes, what are your thoughts? Is it worth it to you?
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