I received the Sigma Synthetic Kabuki Brush Set that I ordered recently. This is my second set of these brushes. I liked them so much I decided to get another set.
I have a couple of complete sets of Sigma makeup brushes. They are outstanding value for money and are fantastic quality. I think they closely compare to M.A.C makeup brushes (I also have a set of those). The most beautiful aspect of the Sigma Brush Sets is you can get an entire set for under $100. All Sigma Brushes wash up beautifully and come up great wash after wash so they will last you a very long time provided you care for your brushes properly.
The Sigma Synthetic Kabuki Brush set contains 3 High Definition Synthetic Kabuki Brushes. The density of the hairs in these brushes is excellent. They are so dense and firm making for a very precise application.
(Pictured Above from Left to Right: Sigma F80 Flat Top Kabuki, Sigma F84 Angled Top Kabuki and Sigma F82 Flat Top Kabuki)
The set contains:
Sigma F82 Round Top Kabuki - This brush is designed for use with liquid and powder products particularly around the nose and eye area.
Sigma F8O Flat Top Kabuki - This brush is designed to be used with liquid, cream or powder products. I personally love this brush for applying pressed powder. It buffs powder in so well you can barely tell you are wearing any. It's also ideal for applying liquid foundation for a flawless finish although I personally prefer to use a stippling brush for this purpose.
Sigma F84 Angled Top Kabuki - This brush is specifically designed for applying cheek products in either powder, cream or liquid formulations. The angled head on the brush allows you to get a very sculpted and defined cheek which is hard to achieve with other brushes.
I highly recommend this brush kit for anyone wanting to add more brushes to their collection. If you are just starting out in makeup this wouldn't necessarily be the kit I would suggest you start with. A more basic set of brushes would probably suit you better. You could try something like the Face and Eyes Kit from Sigma which costs $49 and then maybe add the Kabuki set to your collection as you learn more about makeup application.
The Sigma High Definition Kabuki Brush Set retails for $56 from www.sigmabeauty.com
As an added bonus Sigma includes a free travel brush with every order. I received The Sigma E25 Mini Blending Brush which will be great for travel (which I will be doing a bit of over the next couple of months).
Note: I am not sponsored by Sigma Makeup. All products were purchased with my own money and all opinions are my own.