Sigma Beauty Power Duo brushes for Brows and Lashes – Review

Sigma Beauty Power Duo brushes for Brows and Lashes – Review

Sunday, May 06, 2012 Sara Hassan , 12 Comments

Another useful addition by Sigma Beauty. Bravo!

E75 - Angled Brow
Unique Feature: Angled, firm edge
Function: Define brows
Recommended Use: Apply powder and gel products to brows using a sketching motion to achieve a hair-like effect.
Bristle Type: Synthetic
$11.00

E80 - Brow and Lash
Unique Feature: Spool-shaped
Function: Separation and taming
Recommended Use: Comb through brows to tame and shape. Also use to pull through lashes for separation and exactness.
Bristle Type: Synthetic
$9.00

My thoughts
I have so many brow and lash brushes lying around in my stash but I find myself reaching to these a lot especially the angled brow brush – it’s brilliant.

E80 – Brow and Lash
E80 – Brow and Lash
E80 – Brow and Lash
The bristles are quite strong and defined. I like the long handle of this brush – gives me a great control. I do believe this brush transforms my clumpy lashes into neat and separated ones. I don’t really use it to tame my brows. You can also use this to apply mascara or get rid of any face powder residues that may have spilled on your brows during application.

E75 - Angled Brow
E75 - Angled Brow
E75 - Angled Brow
I really like this brush. The bristles are firm yet bendable. I don’t have a brow filling powder so I just do it with an eye shadow that matches my brow hair (usually a deep brown black or just black). The synthetic bristles really help in sketching and blending the shadow precisely. Sometimes, all I do is dip it into any eye shadow just once and fill my brows. The look I get is neat and natural. You’d see me using this a lot in my coming tutorials.

You can purchase the E80 and E75 from Sigma's website. Sigma ships worldwide.

What do you think about the new brushes by Sigma? What's your favorite brush by Sigma?


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12 comments :

  1. Both the brushes look great!! thanks for the review Sara!

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  2. I so want to try out Sigma brushes sometime in future..but till then I am happy with the vega angled brush ! it works well for a makeup newbie like me :D

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  3. i wish i would just place an order sigma

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  4. Hi Sara, Nice review..
    You know what..I have tons of paint brushes for canvas & fabric paints & whenever I see these makeup brushes,,,I smile :)
    I have a calligraphy paint brush which is almost the same like this angled brow :)
    Love ~

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  5. i have brushes just like these, but because its sigma i HAVE to have them!

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  6. I'm quite fond of Sigma's flat top brush. I'm most interested in the brow and lash brush but I am not sure if I can bring myself to spend $9 on it - ; w ; Is it really that different from other similar brushes?

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    1. Yeah, me too. F80 is my favorite :)

      Well, these are the best I have tried so far. I haven't tried MAC though.

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