Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Sigma Color Pop Brush Collection Review

It's really a great joy for me to talk about makeup brushes. It's been more than a year since I started building my collection and I'm genuinely happy that I now have hundreds of them in my vanity. But boy, you can't have too many makeup brushes is what I always tell myself. Anyway, here's a quick appreciation post with a Sigma brush kit I'm loving since last year but never had the chance to tell the world until, well, today. Here's to Sigma Color Pop Brush Kit!

It contains three travel size brushes - full heads but with shorter handles. They aren't as short as you think when you hear travel size because they're still pretty much of the standard length since Sigma brushes comes in unusually long handles. Three brushes are Sigma's bestsellers so you can never go wrong with this kit. The collection includes Sigma E25 Blending Brush, E55 Shading Brush and F40 Large Angled Contour Brush.

Packaging-wise...can you say anything awful based on what you're seeing? The lovely magenta handles are just sleek and sturdy. These are brushes you won't be ashamed of displaying on your vanity. It comes in a sturdy travel tin with polka dots design which fits all three brushes not so snugly. You can probably squeeze in one or two more small eye brushes inside.

The brushes does not shed and that's for sure with Sigma. They may be priced so steeply but you're truly getting your money's worth. The bristles are all soft and non-scratchy, they are firm and fine so application and blending is such a breeze. Two of the brushes comes in white hair and I'm happy they are easy to clean with a good brush cleanser. Another good thing about these is that they retain their shape even with numerous washing.

Sigma E25 Blending Brush. Get your most-seamless eye look every day with this SigmaTech® fiber brush, harsh lines disappear with the award-winning cult favorite.

Now I know why this is a brand's bestseller. The bristles are super soft and fluffy, not so dense so it really distributes eye shadows on the crease with ease. It's best use with powder pigments. The brush head is small so it's super easy to use whenever I am trying to deepen the crease shadow and buffing out harsh lines.

Sigma E55 Shading Brush. Get your most-even base application with this SigmaTech® fiber brush and your favorite cream or powder eyeshadow pigments and primers.

This brush is not just great for applying cream or powder eye shadows but works well as a concealer applicator especially on my brow bone. I sometimes use it in spot-concealing too. Also, this is the brush I'm reaching for whenever I'm smudging some dark eye shadows. It's dense but soft and works better with cream products in my opinion.

Sigma F40 Large Angled Contour Brush. Your everyday classic for blush and bronzer in extra-soft SigmaTech® fibers, sweep color across cheekbones for a natural, contour look.

This is your go-to, typical angled brush that you can use for multiple purposes. You can use it to apply light contour and bronzer but I mostly use it as a blush brush. The brush head isn't too huge so you can easily focus on where it matters. It's kinda flimsy too so it's very easy to use as a blending brush for cheeks because it distributes powder pigments in an airbrush finish.

I don't think this brush set is still available at https://www.sigmabeauty.com/ but I believe there are still retailers out there. I really do hope Sigma would restock or would even produce more brushes in pink handles!


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