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Monday, August 25, 2014

Sigma F80 Flat Top Kabuki Brush.. you're welcome.


I'm not joking, this is one of the best beauty/makeup purchases I've ever made. Not only is it reasonably priced (hi, under $30), but I swear to fruit snacks it blends your foundation so well that your skin will look airbrushed and PERFECT. As you know, I airbrush tan, so am constantly in between foundation colors and always am mixing them to get my face's shade-of-the-day (it's hard work being a girl, right?!) and this brush is so dense and soft that it literally blends and covers my face to perfection with zero chance of the awkward hard face:neck foundation line or hideous streaks that I would get with the Bobbi Brown foundation brush (come on, you know we've all been there). And, in my opinion, the F80 Kabuki doesn't absorb/waste nearly as much of your product as the Beautyblender does (I mean the bb is a sponge, let's be honest) and still gives you that dewy, all over coverage that still looks natural and even. Please excuse the semi awkward lighting/selfie this morning, but wanted to show you guys a picture of how even my foundation looks thanks to this gem of a brush! So go getchya self one today!




13 comments:

  1. This is such a helpful post! I have been trying to decide if I should go the beauty blender route for a while now...thanks for the insight! :)

    xo, katie // a touch of teal

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    1. I kept my beauty blender around (especially for under my eyes!) and it's much smaller when traveling but the Kabuki is literally a game changer!! Let me know what you think (:

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  2. I have never even seen a brush like this! I am beauty challenged so this is all new to me! I will have to give it a shot!

    Maggie
    www.PolishedClosets.com

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    1. Haha it's hard being a girl right?! So many options!! Let me know what you think (:

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  3. My sister uses that and she loves it as well, I need to get on board and try it myself. I like how your makeup looks.

    -Vogue&Heels
    www.vogueandheels.com

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    1. Thank you doll! I'd definitely suggest trying it out (: especially because it's so reasonably priced!

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  4. Good to know! Sounds like a great alternative to the beauty blender.

    Heidi D.
    www.wishesandreality.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Let me know if you try it (:

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  5. This sounds worth trying! I am definitely in need of anything that will help!

    Shannon
    Clothes & Quotes

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    1. It is, swear!! Let me know what you think (:

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  6. This post is so helpful! Thank you for the recommendations. I usually apply my foundation with my fingers, so it's great to hear what works best for applying it. HAHA!

    -Helen Grace

    Sweet Helen Grace

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    1. Thanks for your post! Oh girl, I used to do the same! This thing will change your makeup game (; let me know if you try it!!

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  7. what a fun post! I love the beauty blenders!
    kelseybang.com

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