Top: elf powder brush - flimsy nonsense compared to the F80. don't understand why people like it so much for foundation.
Middle: Everyday Minerals flat top kabuki brush - less dense, longer bristles, and shorter handle. all reasons why it is inferior to the F80
Bottom: Sigma F80 flat top kabuki - clearly the best of it's kind!
I like to dab on the foundation first in one area or all over the face. It depends on if your foundation is fast drying or not.
I love using this to buff in my liquid foundation. I am not a mineral fdn person because of the mess, tapping, etc. What I did like about minerals was how quick I could apply the foundation. This brush allows me to combine two things I want. A fast application and the use of liquid foundation. It's very easy to dab spots of liquid foundation on my brush and buff it all together seamlessly. The fact that it can be done in a couple of minutes is priceless.
I prefer this over a traditional synthetic foundation brush because the surface area is bigger, and I'm able to apply the makeup faster. Also because of the soft sigmax hd filament bristles and buffing motion it won't streak.
For only $16 it is an amazing value!
Now for the Giveaway!
Win a Sigma F80 brush! It's open worldwide!
Here's what you need to do:
1. Comment below with the Sigma brush you are interested in trying besides the F80.
2. Make sure you provide your email in the set field below.
3. Follow me by google friend connect or by your feeder of choice. Tell me how you do it.
That's it! I'll contact the winner after the giveaway closes on May 14th!
As part of the Sigma Affiliate program I was eligible to receive this F80 brush for review & giveaway.