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Review - Sigma Makeup - F80 Flat top Synthetic Kabuki

Hey girls!


Finally I received my Sigma F80 Flat top Kabuki. I had to wait for this brush for almost 4 months :D The wait was worth it. I received this brush almost a month back and using it since then. Look at this super amazing brush.
Sigma Describes:
This exclusive flat top synthetic kabuki was designed to deliver a flawless makeup application. The Sigma Makeup F80 is a buffer brush that can be used to blend powder or liquid products. The short and dense bristles make it easy to buff your liquid foundation. The long handle adds comfort to your makeup application. The synthetic fibers are ideal to be used with liquid products and can be easily cleaned. Made of Synthetic Sigmax HD filaments.
My experience :
I absolutely agree with Sigma Beauty's description about their F80. I LOVE how soft the brush is and the way it buffs the powder and liquid foundation. It buffs the foundation giving a flawless finish to it. The flat top, help the liquid/ powder to buff-in easily, covering all the imperfections smoothly. I love the way it blends. It is SO soft. It feels like you are using some kind of sponge, rather than a brush. 
I use it for liquid foundation, powder foundation and sometimes for buffing my cream blushes too. The good thing about Sigma brushes are, they do not shed. I was sent a travel size, which I adore. Because, it is easy for me to carry this brush around.
It comes in this cute red chiffon material bag, which I absolutely LOVE. I carry my brushes in it while I go somewhere. It has a booklet, which describes the brush and how to use it. It is for $16.00. You can get one for you HERE
It is a bit dirty, because I have used it. I was so excited and was waiting for this brush from so long, that the moment it arrived, I used it :D Hold it upright and buff in the foundation or powder in a patting motion.
I definitely recommend you to buy this brush, if you want a flawless application. I like to use foundation with my fingers, after that I buff with his brush. Sometimes, I use foundation directly with it. IF you are not using liquid or any kind of foundation, apply your powder with this brush. It will give you a very flawless finish. Specially, at day time when you use powder foundations, avoid sponges. Sponges can make you look cakey. Use a fluffy brush or this F80 brush.


I personally LOVE this brush and will recommend all of you to try it out too! It is worth buying.


If you own this brush, share your views too with US! :)


xoxo
Rabeeyah!






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