The Sigma F80 Flat Kabuki Brush is Sigma’s bestselling brush, and one I’ve longed to add to my collection for a very long time. Practically every beauty YouTuber I subscribe to, uses the F80 within their makeup tutorials to create an amazingly flawless base. To mark Sigma’s five year anniversary, they’ve created a limited edition Copper F80 Flat Kabuki Brush which is only available whilst stocks last. The Sigma Copper F80 Flat Kabuki Brush has a black, glossy wooden handle with a seriously stunning, shiny rose gold ferrule and has an unique rose gold anniversary engraving on the underside of the handle.
Before owning the Sigma Copper F80 Flat Kabuki Brush, I’d tried a fair few ‘dupes’ from the likes of Crownbrush and eBay and until now I’ve been really impressed with them, but now I’ve finally tried the F80, I’ve come to realise that they don’t really compare at all in terms of quality and performance. The brush handle, ferrule and bristles are far superior in quality, and give such a professional finish to my makeup.
The Sigma F80 is much better made, with a tighter and more secure ferrule and the bristles are so much silkier and blend foundation a lot quicker without leaving any streaks. No other foundation brush I’ve tried compares to the Sigma F80.. It really is the ultimate foundation brush, and applies both liquid and cream foundations effortlessly. I love how dense the super soft synthetic bristles are, and because they’re quite long they have more movement than a typical buffing brush with shorter bristles; thus allowing for an even, flawless yet natural finish.
You can purchase the gorgeous Sigma Copper F80 Flat Kabuki Brush from Beauty Chamber… If you’ve been contemplating buying the Sigma F80 brush, I really recommend treating yourself to this beautiful rose gold limited edition before it sells out.. it’s without a doubt the prettiest brush within my collection and the best foundation brush I’ve ever tried.
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