My Sigma Stories: F50 Duo Fibre Brush

Goodmorning everybody!!!

Today I will finally write the review for the Sigma Duo Fibre F50 Brush. The story of this brush is a little weird… When I started to ise it I just hated it. I left it for a while in a corner and suddenly I started to use it again. Everybody deserves a second change! And…booom…I changed my mind!

This brush is specially designed to create an ‘airbrush’ finish when used to apply liquid foundation. But that’s not the only use! You can apply blushes, especially those in cream, highlight shades and loose pigments. The bristles are a mix of synthetic(white) and natural(black).
I already have tried this brush but in travel size(and with pink handle) as I have in in my Travel Brush Set Nice in Pink. I can say that this little one disappointed me: it really has lost many many bristles. And I hate having the brushes’ bristles on my face while I do my make up. So I left it in a corner without using it…
For some reason I ordered the F50 just because I wanted to believe that was my brush which lost all those hair. I love Sigma and I wanted to try out the same brush but in normal size. I was a little afraid that I was going to waste my money, but I risked it(I have read so many good reviews)! Wanna know what happened? I washed it and it lost hair…I used it and it lost hair… I washed it once again and it lost hair… Oh gosh…! It mostly lost the blach bristles… I used it once again (with my nerves ready to go go crazy) and and it didn’t lost hair!!! What? Really??? {Korina is happy}
The F50 is very soft and quit dense. It is also easy to use. The result is really ”soft” and natural. It doesn’t like stroke lines on my face. Another thing that I like is that you need less product if you use this brush.
 
I also used it with cream blush(Eyeko Fat Balm in Frosting) and the result was amazing! Bright and well blended.
It costs $16 and you can buy it at Sigma’s official site
I absolutely recommend this brush to all of you! Just keep in mind that if it looses bristles before contact Sigma(they replace the defected brushes) or throw it away, wash it at least 2 times(some bloggers said they washed it 4-5 times) and it will stop loosing hair. At least, that’s what my brush did.
Have you ever tried it or is it in your wishlist? Let me know sweeties!
Kisses,
Korina

My Sigma Stories: F30 Large Powder Brush


I adore Sigma Brushes! You know it, don’t you? So, today I want to review another fabulous brush that I use, the F30 Large Powder Brush.

This brush is dense with a rounded top. The bristles are natural and so soft!!! It is Ideal to apply powders in your face and/or your body.

 

The handle is in the right size and really comfortable. F30 makes the make up application fast and easy due to its density and size.

I’ve been using it for a long time and I have washed it several times, too. It lost a few bristles when I first washed it but never again. Thats normal, isn’t it?
 
It costs $16. You can buy it individually or in a complete set. Its up to you!

I definitely recommend it! An amazing brush must not miss from any make up case!

Have you ever tried it? What do you think?

Kisses girls,
Korina

My Sigma Stories: E25 Blending Brush


I am ready to start my Sigma Beauty reviews! I have some Sigma brushes and I have to admit that they are my favorite! I adore them! The high quality comes in a quite affordable price and that makes it ideal for every brush junkie(like me).

I own two E25 Blending Brushes. The first one was a gift when my boyfriend bought me the Nice in Pink Travel Kit. The second one I received it from Sigma as an affiliate. Thanks Sigmaaa!!!

As you can understand by the name, this brush is ideal for blending. Thanks to its shape, you can also use it to apply your pigments and eyeshadows. It is oval shaped and has gently chiseled sides. It is soft, but not too much. That allows not to lose its shape.

The E25is very comfortable and easy to use. I like its precision as well. I think that if you need only one eye brush in your make up bag, that’s it!

Available at Sigma‘s site. It costs $9. But, keep in mind that when you do orders over $30, often Sigma sends a free E25 travel size. I own the travel size E25 and the only difference with the normal one is that it has a smaller handle. 

And if you are interested, it is identical to MAC217.

Have you ever tried it? Do you have this brush? Or, maybe, do you think of buying it? Let me know your opinion and your questions, if you have any!

Kisses beauties!!!
Korina