This is a question I get asked often. I do have some MAC brushes, however, the majority of my brushes are Sigma Makeup Brushes. When I first began building my kit these were recommended to me based on the quality (very similar to MAC), and the affordability of them.
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Here’s my very first review on them: Sigma Makeup Brush Review
I also have their Premium Brush Kit
Synthetic Face Kit ($42) This is a set that I am waiting to try. I wonder how it compares to MAC 130 brush, which I use to flawlessly apply my foundation, and other liquid/cream products.
The brushes in this collection feature exclusive Sigmax filament, specially designed to apply powder and liquid products without absorption into the fibers. The shape, density and height of the filaments were carefully engineered to perfectly buff products onto the skin, resulting in a high definition effect.
F82 – Round Top Kabuki
The F82 Round Top Kabuki brush simplifies precise makeup application under the eyes and around the nose. This brush is also perfect for achieving flawless coverage using liquid and powder products. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.
F80 – Flat Top Kabuki
The F80 Flat Top Kabuki brush is perfect for applying and blending liquid, cream, and powder products onto the skin. The flat surface allows perfect buffing with flawless results. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.
F84 – Angled Top Kabuki
The F84 Angled Top Kabuki brush is the perfect brush for precise, yet blended application of products on the cheeks. It seamlessly applies cream, powder and liquid products. Synthetic Sigmax HD filament.
They also have
The new Sigma Beauty ‘Make Me Up’ collection! Their best selling professional 12 brush kit now comes in beautiful colors and inside a durable and multifunctional container! Besides protecting your brushes, this exclusive container transforms into 2 stylish brush holders!