As you may already know if you watch my videos I use Sigma Brushes (and MAC). I get asked a lot of questions pertaining to these brushes, So I decided to review them and give you all my honest opinion as you would wish me to.
The brush collections that I own are the Bunny Essential Brushes and Performance Eyes Kit, If you watch me on YouTube then you will have seen me use the heck out of the Performance eye brushes and that is because I am a big fan of them. I am finding that even though I have a full lid or larger lids the smaller brush helps with detail work (these brushes are great for small lids).
The Performance Eye kit comes with eight brushes at $55 which is awesome. The quality is amazing and I am a tough one…I mean it only took me like a year to give in and purchase any brush from Sigma since I love my MAC ones but the moment I removed them from their packaging I knew I made the right choice and was instantly happy. The brushes are all long handles, sleek shiny black with even shiner ferrules and tiny brush heads perfect for intricate makeup art! If I had to choose a favorite in this kit it would be like picking your favorite child haha but it would be the E47 Shader Crease brush I do find myself wishing they sold them individually because I want like four or five more of these!
E11 – Eye Liner: Use with gel or cream liner to create detailed and artistic effects.
E16 – Tightline Liner: Press gel, cream or liquid products onto the upper lash line. Fill in the space between lashes.
E17 – Waterline Liner: Apply cream or gel liners onto the lower waterline.
E21 – Smudge: Precise application and smudging of color onto the upper and lower lash lines.
E36 – Blending: Precise blending of powder products onto small areas of the eye.
E46 – Shader – Inner Corner: Apply highlight shades onto the inner corner of the eye.
E47 – Shader – Crease: Application of deep shades onto the crease.
E56 – Shader – Lid: Controlled application of color onto precise areas of the lid.
The Bunny Essential brush kit come with twelve synthetic haired brushes at the price of $109. which is great considering the price for other brushes, for twelve brushes it would definitely be more than that. These brushes did not fail, in both sleek design and usability they are amazingly comfortable to use and they help you to achieve the desired look…Flawless! I really love that I own these brushes. I have used them for both powder and creamy products and they wash like a dream. One of my favorite things about this kit is that they come in this amazing case that looks great on my desk!
E05 – Eye Liner: Create smooth and even lines. Use with gel or liquid liners.
E30 – Pencil: Soften and smoke out lines. Soften pencil liners along the top and bottom lash lines, add shadow to line the eyes, or use to highlight inner corner of eyes.
E40 – Tapered Blending: Soft blended crease. Using just the tips to apply color, sweep back and forth through the crease for a diffused and blended finish.
E55 – Eye Shading: Even application of color. Place color across the whole lid for an even and strong application of product.
E60 – Large Shader: Uniformly cover the whole lid with product. Apply cream shadow base or cream shadow for quick and even coverage.
E65 – Small Angle: Create precise lining. Moves fluidly and easily across the upper and lower lash lines. Use with gel, cream or powder liners.
E70 – Medium Angled Shading: Soft application of color. Use for brow highlighting or to blend the crease.
F30 – Large Powder: Even powder application. Uniform blending of powder products onto the face and body.
F40 – Large Angled Contour: Subtle cheek application. Use the angle to softly contour the cheekbone. Can also be used to apply blush.
F50 – Duo Fibre: Creates an airbrush effect onto the skin. Can be used with powder, liquid or cream products.
F60 – Foundation: Smooth foundation application. Apply liquid or cream products such as foundation and primer.
F70 – Concealer: Conceal small areas. Conceal the hardest to reach areas such as around the nose and eyes.
images courtesy of Sigmabeauty.com