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Sigma Beauty "Extreme Color Payoff Kit"

 I was never one to believe that the right brushes can make a huge difference in your makeup application. Then my mom bought me the Extreme Color Payoff Kit from Sigma Beauty for my birthday. (Thanks mommy!) And boy was my mind blown! All this time I thought $1 brushes worked just the same. I was wrong.

You get 6 amazing quality brushes (I also received an eyeliner brush free with purchase) made to "deliver a strong and pigmented application of eye shadows, bases, and liners."  Find it HERE 

E57 Firm Shader: Your most basic eyeshadow brush. It packs on eyeshadow wonderfully!

E58 Cream Color: This brush is pretty self explanatory. I use it to apply cream shadows as a base or all over color. It packs on the color pretty fast and makes shadows highly pigmented.

E59 Wide Shader: I like to use this brush to pack on all over color for a strong application on the lid.

E20 Short Shader: This brush is amazing with smudging eyeshadow onto my lower lash line and to highlight my browbone. It's so perfectly small it fits right under there!
E44 Firm Blender: A dream come true! This brush makes blending my crease and getting rid of harsh lines sooo much easier. Perfect smokey eye? Check!
E30 Pencil: I especially like to use this brush in the inner corner of my eyes to highlight (it fits perfectly) and in my crease to add definition to a look.

E05 Eyeliner: The most amazing gel liner brush! The bristles are fine and allows you to apply that cat eye with precision. I also like to use it for my waterline as it doesn't irritate my eye.

  The brushes are crazy soft against my skin! They're nice and dense to achieve full color payoff and they blend out my makeup so easily! They're also extremely easy to wash. I love this kit! If you're in the market for new brushes, check out the Extreme Color Payoff Kit! It is so fab! Oh, and use code "APRIL2014" for 10% off your next purchase (I got you, girls). ;) Until next time, toodles.

Do you have the Extreme Color Payoff Kit from Sigma?





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