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Review - Sigma Makeup - Miss Taylor Kabuki

Hey girls,

I am back after my vacations. I have been very busy lately, that is why I was slow in blogging. 
Anyways, today I am going to review Sigma Makeup - Hollywood Glamour Flat Top Retractable Kabuki.

Sigma Makeup describes:
Get some Hollywood Glamour! The Hollywood Glamour Retractable Kabuki is the easiest way to apply powder products such as blush, bronzer, foundation, and highlighter on-the-go. Practical and classy, the Hollywood Glamour collection is a must! Featuring the synthetic sigmax fibers for high definition application.
My experience:
I received this brush three weeks back. The moment I saw this brush, I fell in love with it. Though, all the Sigma brushes are amazing, but this one is the cutest one. It is a retractable flat top kabuki. It's like Sigma F80, does the same work. It's like small F80 brush, but cute and portable.

This brush is named MISS TAYLOR, as it is from the Hollywood collection. It is a soft and dense brush. It is a great buffer brush, blends and buffs-in powder products, with a flawless finish to your face. This brush doesn't sheds at all.
I like to apply powder blushes and bronzers. But, you can use it for liquid foundations aswell. I use F80 to blend-in liquid foundation. After applying blush and bronzer, I just dab this brush on top to mix and blend both the colors a little to give a more natural finish.
It is very thick, which makes the blending more easy. It is very easy to clean this brush. I usually spot clean it, whenever I use. But, I do wash with a baby shampoo once in two weeks as I don't use it everyday. Like all the Sigma brushes, it is great in quality too. 
It comes in a purple steel casing, which is very CHIC and trendy. It makes your makeup bag even more trendy. This brush excites me :D This kabuki comes in a black carton-box. The brush looks a bit bigger in the pictures, but actually is smaller than your palm. That is why it is so cute! 

Price : $25.00 

You can get this brush from their website HERE

I hope you liked the review. I will definitely recommend you to buy this one if you don't have F80. This is one brush, you should have in your makeup bag.

If you own this brush, do share your views with US!


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