Review: Sigmax Kabuki Kit

I am so fortunate to have a partner who encourages me in what I love to do. For christmas 2 years ago, he got me THE BEST GIFT EVER. It was the entire Sigmax Kabuki Kit. Since then, not a day has gone by without me using those brushes. I love them so much I don’t think I can live without them.

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The Sigmax Kabuki Kit comes in a set of 5  highly dense, synthetic brushes and can be used from powder to cream to mineral make up products. The good thing about synthetically made brushes is that they do not waste any of your products as they do not absorb them.  From the photo, you can see that each of these brushes have a character of their own; one has a flat top and the other has a rounder top etc. I’ll be explaining the usage of each brush below.

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F80 – Flat Kabuki™ – The website states that this brush can be used for liquid or cream products to flat areas of the face such as the forehead and cheeks. I almost always use this brush to apply foundation on my face. This can also be used for applying primer to the skin. The result? Flawless, full coverage effect on face. Rating: ★★★★★

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Source: http://www.bareescentuals.com/bareMinerals-SPF-15-Foundation/USMasterSPF15Found,en_US,pd.html

F82 – Round Kabuki™ – This brush is best used for mineral make up. You know how Bare Minerals came up with a technique on how you can use their ORIGINAL Foundation Broad by simply swirling the brush into the product, tapping off the excess and buffing it into the skin? This brush is PERFECT for that! If you have that foundation, you should try using this brush for more coverage as the brush is denser. (If you want a lighter coverage you may want to use a buffing brush that is less dense) Rating: ★★★★★ 

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F84 – Angled Kabuki™ – This brush can be used for buffing bronzer or blush to the skin. As the name suggests, this brush works well for contouring. I sometimes love using this brush for highlight and applying powder under the eye area just because the design of the brush allows me to sweep the powder in a ‘V’ shape effortlessly. Rating: ★★★★

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F86 – Tapered Kabuki™- You can apply cream and liquid foundations onto the harder to reach contours of the face because this brush has a sharper end compared to the rest. Absolutely love using this for concealing the under eye and around the nose. Blends so well I don’t find the need to justify further. Rating: ★★★★★

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F88 – Flat Angled Kabuki™ – I love using this brush for cream highlighters because it is flat and angled at the same time. I find applying foundation around the face is a little harder compared to the Flat Top Kabuki. This also can be used to pack powder under the eye area because it blends in the product on hard to reach areas of the face. Rating: ★★★★★ I cannot express how much I love them and I think this is a must have in your make up bag. These brushes are really worth the money compared to some of the MAC brushes. In addition, it comes in a set of 5! Purchase your Sigmax Kabuki Kit here.

If I had to pick one brush out of the entire set, I would say go for the F82 – Round Kabuki™. This brush is so versatile you can use it for foundation because you can just buff it all over your face which gives you a full coverage. Furthermore, it has a round top which allows you to blend products on harder to reach areas of the face. This brush can also be used for applying powder products such as blush or powder. Contouring your cheekbones can be achieved with this brush because of the shape of the brush. Possibilities of using this brush seems to be endless!

Hope you guys found this post helpful and informative. Again, thank you for taking the time to read and hope ya’ll have a wonderful day ahead ❤

 Shelly

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