2. Performance Eyes Kit ($61)
A brush set that I've had my eye on for a while now has been Sigma's Performance Eyes Kit. What sets these eye brushes apart from all the others is that they are smaller and more precise, making it great for those with smaller eyes.
3. Synthetic Kabuki Kit ($62)
This is another kit that has been raved about by beauty gurus and bloggers everywhere. All of these brushes are made of synthetic hairs, making them great to use with liquid foundation. Each of them can be purchased separately if you're interested in a specific one, from left to right: Flat Kabuki ($18), Round Kabuki ($18), Angled Kabuki ($18) & Tapered Kabuki ($18).
4. Tapered Highlighter ($18)
I personally own this individual brush and I love using it for exactly what it's meant to be used for, applying powder highlight. The tapered end allows you go get a precise application while still being fluffy enough to not concentrate it too much in one area. It's very easy to use, especially around the eyes.
5. Small Contour ($16)
Another great individual brush to own is the Small Contour. Obviously, I use it to contour my face but what makes this brush great is how small it is. It gives me great control and I can easily apply my contour to specific areas of my face like under my cheeks and around my temples. It also is shaped in a way that makes it easy to buff out your contour so you don't look too made up.
Also, as an awesome bonus if you make a purchase with a sub-total over $30 at the time of checkout you receive a free mini Spa Glove Texture Sample. I personally have not received this specific sample yet, but it sounds kind of interesting since the Spa Glove is Sigma's newest big thing. It's basically a glove that you slip on when you're cleaning your brushes and the glove has different nubs and textures on it to make the cleaning process easier and more efficient!
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