ever since I started YouTube I have seen Sigma brushes everywhere!! So I have always wanted to see what the hype is about, I personally own 2 sigma brushes the flat kabuki F80 and their kabuki (buffer brush) F45. I love them both, they are the softest brushes ever, they don't shed, they don't bleed, the bristles are nice and densely packed together.
Now I know Sigma had an one-off free worldwide shipping for black friday but now Christmas is drawing nearer and nearer. I thought I would share with you what would be on my Sigma Wishlist. (promo codes and special offer at the end of this blogpost)
1. Paris Palette by Sigma. This is a limited edition palette by Sigma inspired by the city of amour Paris. It contains 8 eyeshadows, 2 blushes, 1 highlighter and 2 of their brushes. ( 1 is E55 eye shading brush and the other is the F40 large angled contour brush) This palette now retails for $49.- was $59.-
2. Any of their essentials brush kits. They have 7 different colors to choose from to suit your personal style. These brush kits have 12 different brushes so you are set for your entire face. This brush set retails for $120.- which looks a lot but you are getting 12 brushes which comes to $10.- per brush. Also it comes with a container to store your brushes in. My favorite has to be the Make Me Blush set or the Mrs. Bunny set. (pictured the make me blush set, why I love it? Isn't it obvious its pink!)
They also have travel kits of these brushes with 7 travel sized brushes for $65.-
3. Synthetic Essential kit 10 brushes, these are the brushes you need if you already have the essential kit brushes or for people who already have a lot of the ''standard'' brushes and need more unique type brushes. These brushes are very densely packed and aim to give you an HD finish or so it says lol. But I really like the look of these brushes. This kit retails for $131.- for all 10 brushes. But you can also buy just the eye brushes as a set (named New Synthetic Precision kit 5 brushes $65.-) or just the kabuki part of the brushes (named New Synthetic Kabuki kit 5 brushes $76.-)
Of course, if you are looking for individual brushes they retail between the $10.- and $21.- of course my musthaves are the F80 flat kabuki ($18), I swear once you have applied your foundation with this you don't want to apply it with anything else. What I still need is a good fluffy E40 Tapered blending brush ($12), when you have multiple eyeshadows the key is blending especially at the end with a clean brush to give that fluid eyelook.
Now onto the good stuff, if you decide to purchase from Sigma you receive 10% off your entire purchase with the code DEC2012 also if you order for at least $30.- you will receive an E05 Eyeliner Brush for free!!
All images taken from Sigma website.