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Sigma E25 Blending Brush Review

An eyeshadow blending brush is must-have in every makeup collection to blend out eyeshadow, harsh lines on your eyes are not cute...blending brushes are not hard to find and you really can never have enough of them. I recently received the Sigma travel sized blending brush and after using it, here are my thoughts on it.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

"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."


The brush is small enough to fit in your hand.



PROS

-Very affordable, only $9 for the full-sized brush.
-Easy to purchase...can be purchased online from Sigma Beauty.
-The bristles are very dense and can pack on a lot of color and blend shadows effortlessly.
-Small enough to fit in your cosmetic pouch, perfect for travel.

CONS

-Because the bristles are white, the shadow tends to stain the bristles.

MY THOUGHTS

I like this brush, because it's small I will keep it in my cosmetic bag for my purse. I really like the density of the bristles because it packs on color well and blends well... that's a major plus! It does stain because the bristles are white but I can always use a bit of cleanse off oil and brush shampoo and it removes the stain effortlessly.


DISCLOSURE

I am a Sigma affiliate and I did receive this brush for free for my consideration, however; it doesn't influence my opinions in any way. I will always keep my opinions 100% honest.

Comments

Makeup4play said…
I absolutely love this brush. It is my go to fav.
Ms. Viva Glam said…
It is a good brush, I need to order the full-sized one.

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