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Thursday, 20 October 2011

Sigma Synthetic HD Kabuki Brush Set Haul

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

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.


  1. I've often wondered about Sigma brushes but never purchased any of them. I love the look of this kit though, shall have to investigate further :)

  2. Sigma brushes are awesome Glossy. In the kits you may get one of two that shed slightly or aren't densely packed enough but overall they are fantastic for the price. This Kabuki set is amazabubbles!

  3. I agree wholeheartedly.Glossy I just recently bought the F82 Round Top Kabuki and it is heavenly!I have used it with liquids,creams and powders and loved all the results.Am totally wanting more now :)