73% would repurchase
on 7/14/2018 8:44:00 AM
More reviews by sassepiano
Spot conceal is something that takes the most time during my makeup routine. I have tried so many blending brushes for concealers, including eye blending brushes, concealer specific blending brushes, face brushes, etc. The problem that I have had with other brushes is that it sweeps away too much product and takes the pigment off the spots. With that said, sometimes pressing your finger into the spot works the best. However, I feel like too much product end up on my fingertips when I do that. This is where this brush solves my spot concealing problems.Pros:Great quality, has not shed after a few washesDenseSoftFlawless finish, doesn't streak or leave brush marks.Cons:Expensive for a small brushThis brush gives me a flawless finish with spot concealing. I dab a tiny dot of highly pigmented concealer on the blemish. To keep the concealer locked in, I swirl and tap away some loose powder on the P80 brush before blending, then I stipple/pat the brush onto the spot to blend out harsh edges. I usually don't sweep or buff because that would take the product too far away from the spot itself. Other uses of this blush include blending foundation under my nose and hard to get areas where there is dispersed redness. While I prefer a bigger flat top kabuki for foundation in general, I could use this brush for foundation if I'm desperate (but it would take longer to blend everything out).I picked this up on sale so I didn't pay near the retail price of $20.00. I would pay $20 for it, but they so on sale a lot, so don't pay full price for it.
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on 6/18/2018 11:48:00 AM
More reviews by CarlaN
I love this brush!The E30 is indeed a pencil brush; the soft but firm synthetic bristles are shaped into a pointed tip that allows for easy precise placement of powder or cream.The E30 is ideal for using powder eyeshadow to line the eyes. I wish I'd bought this one years ago!
on 6/6/2018 9:15:00 PM
More reviews by Dmurphy431
This was a game changer for me. I had used lots and lots of makeup brushes but none of them work as well at blending eyeshadow as this! I now have 2, and take them on vacation with me they are so important!
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on 5/24/2018 12:51:00 PM
More reviews by Tygerlilee84
HG highlighter brush. It's absolutely fabulous!!!!In general I do not love Sigma brushes. They are fine, some are really good. It really depends on the brush. This one is amazing. I've tried a million different brushes to highlight but this one is easily the best. It's the perfect size for cheekbone placement. Not too big so you get highlight over your entire cheek and not too small. It's dense so it blends it out beautifully, it melts the product into your skin and it never looks chunky. Since I've been using this brush I have not had a day where I did not LOVE my highlighter. It makes it smooth and glowy. This is and incredible brush.
on 4/17/2018 5:40:00 PM
More reviews by Deandra
I have the E16 Tightline Liner Brush and this one, the E17 Waterline Liner Brush. I actually prefer this little guy for both purposes. The head is smaller and shorter and thus it's easier to get Inglot gel liner exactly where you want it without making a mess. The bristles are synthetic. They might tickle if you're not used to them but they are not scratchy. I clean the brush after every use with Parian Spirit or Cinema Secrets Brush Cleaner.The Wayne Goss #8 brush is pretty similar but it's $17 and Sigma's is cheaper. I prefer Sigma's handle because it's long. The Goss brush has a short handle that gets lost in my forest of makeup brushes. I've seen Sigma E17 listed at various prices from $9.80 to $14. Nordstrom and Amazon usually have it in stock, and naturally it's on Sigma's website as well. I might eventually buy a backup. It's great!
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