The number one thing that will change your makeup routine isn’t the makeup, it’s the makeup brushes. I resisted for many years until I tried one of Sigma makeup brushes.
I kept buying inexpensive brushes that would shed hair all over my skin, not blend very well, or just not last. In the end, I was spending more money on my brushes by buying inexpensive ones that had to be replaced often.
The first of the Sigma makeup brushes I bought was the F80 Flat Kabuki. GAME CHANGER. It made my severely blemished and red acne covered skin look absolutely flawless. Bye bye beauty blender. It covered all my blemishes and didn’t absorb the makeup like the beauty blender did. I was in shock. Then I had my mom buy one too!
Since that first purchase, I have slowly replaced all my brushes for Sigma makeup brushes. I have different uses for them all. A year later, they look and feel brand new still! Worth every penny.
I bought THIS set that has some of my most used brushes in it! It’s a great way to make the brushes a little more affordable. Plus, if you sign up for their email list, they send you a $10 off your first order!
two | F30 Large Powder: Powder Foundation (for my neck) c/0 sigma
three | F40 Large Angled Contour: Contour (c/o sigma)
four | F79 Concealer Blend Kabuki: Set undereye concealer
five | F89 Bake Kabuki: Blush
six | F06 Powder Sweep: if I have any eyeshadow that drops on my cheekbones or if I baked under my eyes I use this to sweep away the excess powder.
seven | F42 Strobing Fan: this is AMAZING for a highlighter on your cheekbones, brow bone, nose.
eight | E40 Tapered Blending: Crease for transition eyeshadow shade
nine | P89 Bake Precision: Main dark eye color over the crease and onto the brow bone
ten | E45 Small Tapered Blending: Contouring nose AND dark eye shade in the outer corner
twelve | E20 Short Shader: press in shimmer shade (spray w/setting spray before applying to the eye) c/o sigma
How to clean your brushes:
This is truly how your brushes will last longer for you, clean them WEEKLY!
one: stick the mat in your sink.
two: use warm water.
three: drop a drop or two on your brush bristles.
four: swirl in the area for cleaning. Both face and eyes have different sides on the mat.
five: rinse with water and swirl in the rinse area of the mat to be sure all makeup is off.
six: air dry FLAT on a towel.