I'm running out of poses, had to resort to duck face. Oh god.
Awhile back.... A long while back in fact, Simga Beauty approached me and asked me to be an affiliate. I was beyond stoked, Sigma is such a large company. Then every other blogger was like 'oh, join the club'. Seriously?! Oh well I felt special for a nanosecond, all good! Anyway I was sent the F80 Flat Synthetic Kabuki Brush.
Picture credits go to sigmabeauty.com
On the website here it says this brush is used best with liquid or cream products on flat areas of the face like your forehead and cheeks. I did more research and found their videos on this brush. Actually I really didn't know how to use the brush properly hence why the research lol.
As shown in the first video it's great for basically all base products, liquid, cream and even powder. In this blog post I've used it for/with my PeriPeraBB cream, Mac liquid concealor under my eyes/bit on my chin, forehead. Revlon powder to set everything, Mac bronzer and a bit of blush. It works! In between each new product all I had to do was dab off extra excess of the previous product onto a tissue.
I previously used a stipple brush for my foundation but I've replaced it with this brush because this is practically an all in one brush and I'm lazy. Less brushes to clean, thank you sigma. Another thing, this brush is very easy to clean although it's very dense.
Decided to use these pictures
This is my first Sigma brush and it's lived up to it's hype. I've been meaning for the longest time (Almost two years wtf lol) to get a set a Sigma brushes and I will soon, of course!
Their packaging for one brush! Isn't it fab?! I was too excited to take proper high quality pictures but you can tell here they put a lot of effort into their packaging.
You can get yourself one of these babies here: http://www.sigmabeauty.com/Sigma_Flat_Top_Synthetic_Kabuki_F_80_p/f80.htm?Click=256726
It's only $16.00! High quality brushes for a very reasonable price.
Happy public holiday everyone :)