Sigma Haul Video
The Sigma F82 is a kabuki styled brush that has synthetic bristles with a rounded cut. I use this for buffing in my liquid foundation, however, it can be for powdered foundation as well. I feel that the rounded cut of this brush gets into the hollows and curves of my face better than other brushes that I have.
Cost: $21 or $84
The Sigma E40 is a tapered blending brush and is meant for exactly what it is called, blending. After applying shadow with another brush you can go in with this brush in a windshield wiper motion (or little circles) to blend and make the outer edges soft and hazy. This brush is also good for blending two colors together.
Cost: $14 or $69
The Sigma E55 brush is great for packing a bunch of color onto the eyelid. The short dense bristles pick up a lot of color and can be used to pack that color for a more vibrant look. What I love most about this brush is the color of the handle!
Cost: $12 or $75
The Sigma E05 brush is an eyeliner brush with an extreme pointed tip. This tip is great for picking up a little bit of product and applying it across the top of the lid in a precise line. Personally, I also find this brush great for applying my highlight color in the inner corner of my eye and also for applying a hint of shadow under my bottom lashes.
Cost: $12 or $139