Sigma Dupe Kabuki Brush Set Review

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Hello my people,so this is a review im excited to do and you know why? Its because these items were a steal like "STEAL"  in capital letters.Who doesn't love dupes that are so much like the original.I do!!.
So a while ago I was in need of face brushes *like im never in need* especially since I do all of the contour and highlighting ish and my present brushes weren't meeting up to my expectation so I went on a hunt.First off for my ladies who are just going into the whole makeup thing please do not underestimate the power of the brushes. They are so important you won't believe it till you start using them.I had a student come over yesterday to wrap up her personal training classes and she said she always wondered why her makeup never looked good until I introduced her to good brushes. She's been hooked since then.About this time last year I owned about 10 brushes(my zaron set and 4 brushes from the elf dollar line).Today im proud of the 40 brushes In my personal makeup kit.Im happy they have grown to 4 times d qty in d last year.
  This happened because I figured out quickly how important brushes are.Not using them is like going to the farm without tools.They are the tools of the game and yes your hands can do a little magic but believe me there is a limit even they can reach.Anyway I hunted this set down and even though I was supposed to get the set of 8(4 face and 4 eye brushes) there was a mixup with the order so I got this one.

I have washed them twice and so far theres been no shedding which honestly I have never experienced with any of my brushes so far because i put in a lot of work to research before I buy.Im not in the business of wasting!
*The bristles are as soft as a baby's bottom seriously.
*They are so dense they pick up product so well which is important for face brushes.
*The handles are very sturdy and a good size and width so you're in control when you use them.
The tapered one took the longest time to dry and thats because the bristles are different from the other 3 definitely because of the way its shaped.

Round Top Kabuki

I love this for powder or foundation but personally I use this for foundation because it feels better in my hands.You can alse use this to blend products on any part of your face.

Flat Top Kabuki

This can be used to buff and blend foundation.,to apply powder and to blend the whole face as well.

Tapered Kabuki Brush

I love this brush so much because its so different but I use it to set my under eye concealer with my ben nye banana powder.I also use it sometimes to contour the hollow of my cheeks with a bronzer/powder. You can also use this to apply concealer to your under eye area and to blend it out as well.The tapered tip was made to reach those inner corners where a round or flat topped brush wnt reach.

Angled Kabuki Brush

This I love for blending in my under eye concealer. It blends like a dream and doesn't take away too much of the product.Its also really useful for blending in contour in the hollows of the cheeks and the sides of the forehead. As you can see they are dirty and that's because ive been using them non stop since they got here.

The thing about this is im pretty sure they work just as good as the sigma ones which i hear cost slightly over $100 because I have seen so many makeup companies that sell these brushes,they just make d handles different then maybe put their logos on the handles and Voila!! It sells for 10 times d original price.Some peoole get so carried away by brand names they end up throwing away so much money but well if you have it to throw away then go on hunnay!!
  I have these for sale on preorder basis ..
Contact: or call 08189604535.

When you see me looking flawless don't say I didn't tell you so.

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  1. This is a great buy in love with the brushes.

  2. chee..i want these...please mail me

  3. These look real good, I just ordered a similar set, hopefully they're as great,


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