Sigma Sigmax Brushes Sneak Peek



Sigma makeup has launched their new set of brushes called Sigmax Brushes. I love love love their F 80 Flat top Kabuki brush . Sigma has launched the brother and sister of F 80 brush. One is Sigma F82 Round top Kabuki and other is Sigma F84 Angled top Kabuki.

You can buy these brushes from Click HERE

Take a look.

Sigma brushes come in this pretty tissue pouch. All brushes have a brush guard. An information pamphletΒ  is included in the kit for better understanding of brushes. I have always received my brushes within 4-5 days of express shipping in perfect condition.

Sigma Sigmax Brushes
Sigma Sigmax Brushes

Introducing the new Sigmax brush line for high definition, flawless makeup application. The brushes in this collection feature exclusive Sigmax filament, specially designed to apply powder and liquid products without absorption into the fibers. The shape, density and height of the filaments were carefully engineered to perfectly buff products onto the skin, resulting in a high definition effect.

Sigma Sigmax Brushes
Sigma Sigmax Brushes
Sigma Sigmax Brushes
Sigma Sigmax Brushes

Sigma F80 – Flat Top Kabuki
The F80 Flat Top Kabuki brush is perfect for applying and blending liquid, cream, and powder products onto the skin. The flat surface allows perfect buffing with flawless results. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.

Review : Sigma F80 Brush

Sigma F 80
Sigma F 80
Sigma F 80
Sigma F 80

Sigma F84 – Angled Top Kabuki
The F84 Angled Top Kabuki brush is the perfect brush for precise, yet blended application of products on the cheeks. It seamlessly applies cream, powder and liquid products. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.

Sigma F 84
Sigma F 84
Sigma F 84
Sigma F 84

Sigma F82 – Round Top Kabuki
The F82 Round Top Kabuki brush simplifies precise makeup application under the eyes and around the nose. This brush is also perfect for achieving flawless coverage using liquid and powder products. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.

Sigma F 82
Sigma F 82
Sigma F82
Sigma F82

You can buy Sigma Sigmax brushes individually or as a kit.

The Sigma SigmaxΒ  full kit is for $42/Β  around Rs 2000

Individual Sigma Sigmax brushes are $ 16 / around Rs 750

You can buy these brushes from Click HERE

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56 thoughts on “Sigma Sigmax Brushes Sneak Peek

  1. wooohooo.. these seem like really good brushes… but expensive! :weep: :idk: :idk: :idk: :idk: :idk: :idk: :struggle: :struggle: :struggle: :struggle: :struggle: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :sidefrown: :dazed: :dazed: :dazed: :dazed: :dazed: :dazed:

    1. 750 a brush is not a bad deal…I think. And you know these are excellent brushes. Def purchase either flat or round top kabuki whenever you can. πŸ™‚

  2. Seriously though, these look really good..and I thought around 2000 is pretty good for these…waiting for the review…don’t know when I will get around to buying these…the eye kit is in line first!!

  3. Wow…..keep hearing a lot abt sigma brushes on IMBB….rati…help me with brushes pls…which brush for what… if i want just few brushes for eyes and face…which should i go for ….

    1. Okay I replied the same question to renuca in last Sigma post. I’ll just copy paste it. πŸ™‚

      E 55 – For applying eye shadow.
      E 40 – blending, for applying loose powder under the eyes, on lids or just dusting of any excess eyshadow fall out on your face.
      E 30 – For doing crease work , smudging pencil liners and applying eye shadow on your lower lashline.
      E 25 – multi purpose but a must have .

      You don’t need a brush for liquid liner . If you use gel liners any fine thin brush from vega etc would do. πŸ™‚

      You know they sell only eye brush kit as well. And i think they give e 25 free with that kit. πŸ™‚

      For Face : You can buy regular powder, foundation and a blush brush.The Body Shop makes good brushes. From Sigma you must pick F 80. It’s a great great brush. πŸ™‚

    1. Most welcome. I was getting confused whether you have changed it or it was always the same. πŸ™‚ It’s nice.Makes me feel summery again. :))

    1. Anks, blush brush is smaller and tightly packed to deliver colour at specific part of your face..

      Kabuki is fluffier and covers a large area.. So better used for applying powder all over the face, or bronzer on face and body and of course blending… :-)) :-))

  4. Perfect Nids!!! :yes: :yes: :yes:

    And Anks a nice soft kabuki is good for playing colour-colour on your face and then erasing it with powder!!! :rotfl: :rotfl:

  5. Rati, which one between the F80 and F82 would you buy again? πŸ™‚

    I have the F80 which i like very much, but also curious about the F82 :). However, I wonder if the F82 is as useful as the F80 is for applying liquid foundation? the F82 bristles move as the ones of the F80 or less?

    What would you recommend me? buying an F80 again? or an F82? πŸ™‚


    1. Hi KIm,

      I would always purchase F 82. The bristles of both the brushes are equally good but I feel that F 82 is a little less denser than F 80 so the bristles bend a little more. Also It reaches the sides of the nose and under the eyes easily. Not that I like F 80 any less, I just feel that if you already have F 80 you must give F 82 a try. It’s an equally great brush. πŸ™‚

      Which one would I buy again, I can repurchase the entire Sigmax kit. It’s that fantastic. πŸ™‚

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