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Sigma New Sigmax Precision Synthetic Brushes

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Some of you may have seen these new brushes from Sigma in my Open Box video, and they’re finally out today! I got to play with them about two months ago when I went to Sigma’s HQ in Minneapolis, and I can assure you, they are super unique and really handy!

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sigmax precisionThe new Sigma brush handles have a holographic logo, which I love! I was also told that the handles are set with 7 coats of car paint for durability.. crazy to think about, but the handles are much smoother and nicer than a lot of other brushes I have used, something I never thought I’d notice, haha :)

sigmax precisionThere will also be the brand name engraved in the ferrule, which is something I have never seen before. This is a way to show that their brushes are made specifically by them, and are not mass-produced with their label put on the handle :)

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P80 is a Flat topped brush is great for stippling concealer on to the skin, or applying setting powder to a precise area, like under the eyes, on the nose or on the chin. I’d imagine this brush would be awesome to use for thick concealer when covering brows, too!

Sigmax precisionThis brush may just be my favorite.. it’s rounded like your fingers, so it works amazingly, as we all know your fingers are some of the best tools for makeup :) This brush is great for a lot of things- applying eye primer, precise concealer, highlighting.. basically anything you would use your fingers for.


Sigmax precision 3This brush is amazing for applying concealer under-eyes, as well as for precise contouring- hallows of the cheeks, sides of nose, and temple.

Sigmax precision 2This is another great one for applying under-eye concealer, as well as applying concealer around the mouth to perfect the lipline of lipstick.


The Sigmax Precision brushes can be bought as a set for $49, or alone for $14 each. If you only are looking to get one or two, i definitely recommend the Precision Round P82, and then maybe the Tapered P86.

Click here to check them out!




  1. Christine

    October 10, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    I really want to try these out, they look really good :)
    I love Sigma, their brushes are really good :)

  2. Swatch And Learn

    October 10, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    I like the way these brushes look – seem like they’d be really useful to have, too. Thanks for sharing!

  3. neet

    October 10, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    can you please do this tut from the video

  4. Nare

    October 18, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    I really want to get myself my first kit of sigma brushes. I have noticed that people keep saying that the sigma professional 12 piece kit with the makeup roll was $79 but when I check now on their website, I see that its $99. Would you happen to know if this was a raise in the prices? Just wondering :)

    I’m contemplating between the 12 piece kit with the roll, the synthetic kit with the brushes from this blog post and the synthetic face brushes, or if I should get the rounded synthetic face brush with the eye kit?

    I really want eye brushes but also am interested in the synthetic face brushes. Any feedback and recommendations would be great :D

  5. AnaLin

    October 24, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    I want


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