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Make-up Brushes: Sigma Professional Premium Kit

Sigma have a new brush kit called the Professional Premium Kit. I have been using the brushes for about a month now so I thought it was high time I shared. (I also left a video I made on ‘Budget Make-up Brushes’ below)

I bought the Sigma Complete Kit (€70) two years ago and love it. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a basics kit, or for MAC brush dupes. The brushes in the new kit are different to the ones I already have.  It contains fifteen unique brushes that compliment the original kit.

The brushes  come with brush protectors which I always use. It helps protect the brush and maintain the shape.


I love the way Sigma packages arrive – almost gift wrapped. I always like when companies put effort into packaging. The brush roll is soft and flexible.

A closer look at the brushes…

Left to right: Large Powder F20, Lip L05, Tapered Face F25, Powder Blush F10, Duo Fibre/Blush F15

Large Powder – F20 – Large paddle-shaped brush with fluffy and rounded tip. Suitable for application of powder products on face or body. Natural fiber bristles.

Lip – L05 – Compact synthetic lip brush protected by a metal cap. Used for application of lip products such as lipstick, lip gloss, and lip balms.

Tapered Face – F25 – Large domed brush with tapered tip. Ideal for application and blending of powder products, blush, and highlighter.

Powder/Blush – F10 – Medium round brush with soft and natural bristles. Ideal for precise blush application.

Duo Fibre Powder/Blush – F15 – Medium size tapered duo fibre brush. Widely disperses highly pigmented or mineralized powders. Generates a natural look during blush and highlighter application.

Left to right: Tapered Highlighter F35, Large Concealer F65, Large Fluff E50,

Concealer F75, Blending E25, Tapered Blending E35

Tapered Highlighter – F35 – Tapered cheek highlighter. Delicately rolls powder under eyes. The precise tip in this brush enhances cheek highlighting and contouring.

Large Concealer – F65 – Large synthetic concealer brush. Can be used to apply cream-based products to large areas. Also ideal for application of liquid or cream blushes.

Large Fluff – E50 – Versatile fluff brush. Ideal for applying and blending powder products on the eyes and face. Can be used for applying single shades all over the lid, highlighting cheek bones, and for contouring.

Concealer – F75 – Small synthetic concealer brush. Slightly pointed tip allows for perfect and precise application of cream products in small and defined areas.

Blending – E25 – Oval-shaped brush with gently chiseled sides. Blends and softens the look of powder or cream shadows. Ideal to apply eye shadow primer, base eye shadow colors, and blend harsh lines.

Tapered Blending – E35 – Fluffy, long-bristled brush with tapered tip. Ideally used to apply and blend color to the crease area and to soften harsh edges.

Left to right: Tapered Blending E35, Small Tapered Blending E45, Short Shader E20,

Flat Definer E15, Small Eye Liner E10

Tapered Blending – E35 – Fluffy, long-bristled brush with tapered tip. Ideally used to apply and blend color to the crease area and to soften harsh edges.

Small Tapered Blending – E45 – Small domed brush with highly tapered tip. Versatile, this brush can be used to precisely apply and blend intense colors to the crease area.

Short Shader – E20 – Flat, short, slightly rounded and dense brush. Perfect for precisely applying colors on the lid and smudging along the lash line.

Flat Definer – E15 – Small, firm, and flat, this unique brush can be used to line the eyes for instant definition. Can be used with powder, liquid, or cream products.

Small Eye Liner – E10 – Delivers a precise fine-line along the lash line. The length and density of the bristles are ideal for creating artistic designs.

These are great brushes. They are much cheaper than MAC and provide the same quality. I think I shall buy myself the pink travel set before the summer.

I would highly recommend these to those of you who want to head down the make-up artistry road. I use them alongside my MAC and Make Up For Ever brushes – they’re completely interchangeable. Had I know how great these were I could have saved myself a fortune!

On that note here is a video I recorded last year where I have a little bit of a Sigma rave whilst also yapping on about my other favourite budget brushes.


The premium set costs €98 at the moment ($139 instead of $149) and is available here

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