Posts Tagged‘Sigma E25 Blending Brush’

Chatty Get Ready With Me

Products used: The Body Shop Skin Defense SPF 50 Estée Lauder The Mattifier Estée Lauder The Illuminator Real Techniques Expert Face Brush Max Factor Lasting Performance Foundation (Natural Bronze) Benefit Erase Paste (Medium) – now repackaged as Bo-ing Brightening Concealer L.A. Girl Pro Concealer (Light Ivory) Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge Soap & Glory Archery Brow Pencil (Love is Blonde) – similar to Nyx Micro Brow Pencil in Taupe Smashbox Step-by=Step Contour Stick Trio Maybelline Master Strobing Stick Illuminating Highlighter (Medium) Benefit Rockateur blush Zoeva 127 Luxe Sheer Cheek Brush Wet n Wild Photo Focus Eyeshadow Primer Charlotte Tilbury Instant…

Top 10 Brushes You Need

In order to get the best from your make-up, it is essential to use good quality brushes. Trying to differentiate the essentials from the non-essentials can be tricky – there’s so much to choose from and it can sometimes be a little overwhelming. As someone who has done the ground work, I thought I would give you a run down of my top 10 essentials – I have tried to include alternatives where possible, so hopefully there will be something for everyone. All of these brushes are either brushes that I own or have tried, so I haven’t included brushes…

Beauty Battle: Sigma E25 vs MAC 217

MAC 217 vs Sigma E25 Comparison | All Dolled Up

If there is one essential beauty tool for perfect eye make-up, then it is the blending brush. They are characterised by fine, densely-packed bristles and a firm but slightly fluffy oval shape. Designed to soften the edges of your eyeshadow and seamlessly blend shades together on the lid, they can also be used to buff on concealer and for precision powder placement.