Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Sigma 3DHD Kabuki Brush | Review


The Sigma Beauty 3DHD™ Kabuki brush is a multifunctional brush engineered to perfection. It was uniquely designed for all areas of the face to apply liquid, cream and powder products uniformly on every curve, crease and angle. Patent pending.
Ridge: The functional ridge at the top of the brush has the perfect angle to apply liquid, cream or powder products reaching every curve, crease and angle. Designed with a structure that is effortlessly multifunctional, 3DHD™ will do all the work for you, without having to move a single muscle of the face.
Double wedge flat surface: Allows application of liquid, cream or powder products on flat or slightly curved areas of the face in two simple steps. First, apply product using one side of the wedge, then use the second (clean) side of the brush to smooth the surface and eliminate any streaks.

When I first seen the 3DHD range by Sigma in all honesty I wasn't so drawn to the idea as I have always loved flat top brushes for buffing foundation on as I adore the way it gently buffs on to the skin without too much friction.

I then seen a few youtubers use this brush so thought I would give it a go and see what I think, I ordered mine from Beauty Chamber the one place I order all my Sigma products. The Sigma 3DHD Kabuki comes in 3 colours and pink seems to be the most popular. The handle size is pretty chunky and has the holographic Sigma logo and name of the brush imprinted on. One thing for sure is Sigma brushes do not lack quality, instantly you have the feel that you're holding a brush which carries a heavy price tag.

On application it did feel very different to my Real Techniques Buffing Brush, it took me some time to get used to this brush the technique is still the same round buffing circles, the edge of the brush makes life so much easier to get to the trickier areas such as under eyes, around the nose and lips. I do still prefer my Real Techniques Buffing Brush for a softer finish however this brush is amazing to work with cream foundations or foundations with a thicker texture, I must say in all honesty I haven't tried this brush with powders as I prefer more fluffier brushes to dust on powders. The idea is to work with a little at a time. The density of the bristles on this brush is applaudable as it definitely doesn't lack anything in that sense which makes it perfect to blend in thicker textures. Overall I do like this brush and I vary between this and my Buffing Brush on a daily basis.
Brush £15.95
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2 comments:

  1. This looks like a great brush, I love the shape of the edge.
    Beth x
    Mermaid in Disguise

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    1. The edge is great for getting to the more difficult areas specially under the eyes x

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