Tuesday, March 6, 2012

New Product Curiosity: Sigma Performance Eye Kit

I wanted to share with you all the new brush kit by Sigma. It's the Performance Eye Kit. I am very interested in these new brushes and can't wait to get my hands on one! I just wanted to show you what's in this kit, and some of the brushes that I'm particularly intrigued by.

These are all eight pieces. Unfortunately this kit does not come with a holder like the Make Me Up or Bunny Kits :( However, they are eight brand new brushes that I think many people (including myself) could find quite useful!

This brush doesn't entirely impress me, mostly because I find comfort in my E55 and E60 brushes, but this looks like a nice natural hair brush that can apply washes of color to the lid.

This brush to me is an interesting concept. I have never seen a brush made for this purpose (or really any purpose, which I'll explain at the end). In the past, I've used the E30 to apply color to my inner corners, if it's clean, if not I turn to my finger or whatever is clean that can reach there.

I'm not too sure if this brush will turn me away from my E25, but if it's like any other of Sigma's blenders, I'm sure it will be good!

This brush looks like what it would look like if E40 and E45 had a love child.

I'm hoping that these brushes will have a more precise tip than the E15, and I look forward to finding out!

I'm thinking that this is a brush that's in between E05 and E10. I never liked either, so I'm crossing my fingers with this one :)

This reminds me of a narrow E20. My personal one is not very dense, and I kept forgetting to inquire with Sigma if it was supposed to be like that, but I am hoping this brush is a bit more dense, but I may end up using it as an inner corner brush or an outer corner brush because of its size.

SO...what do I think? I hope that these don't sell out too fast because I would like to pick one up next month when I have more funds, but overall this kit looks pretty neat. I felt like Sigma's aim was to target makeup artists, but ironically these brush names are spelled out purposes for what they do/where they are supposed to be used. I found it a little weird, but if you take a step back, it makes sense because the rest of their brush line has more broad/vague names that it would be weird to name them the same as others...

Have you ordered a kit yet? Hope to be seeing some reviews of these brushes soon, but if not, I hope to be doing one in the near future :)

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1 comment:

  1. So tempting to buy i think i need to suss it out! thanks for the info x