Simple Makeup Look and Review

*Sigma sent these brushes for review. I was not compensated and all opinions are my own. This review is 100% honest. Some links are affil...

*Sigma sent these brushes for review. I was not compensated and all opinions are my own. This review is 100% honest. Some links are affiliate links.*
I've been back in school for a couple of weeks, and there's nothing I need more than makeup that's quick and easy to apply. I'm going to share a simple makeup look with you, using a few of my favorite brushes that make this look easy!
Sigma Brushes
I'll tell you below what I used each of these brushes for.
Colourpop Trap
Simple Makeup

Simple Makeup

I've been looking for a brush to use to apply the Makeup Geek Foiled Shadows, Colourpop Shadows and pigments for quite some time with no luck, until I discovered the Sigma E56. It's the perfect size, shape and stiffness to apply them SO well.
Sigma E56
This is the Sigma E56 Shader brush and it's what I used to apply my lid color: Makeup Geek Foiled Shadow 'In The Spotlight'.
Sigma E71
The next brush I used is the Sigma E71. This is the Highlight Diffuser brush, and I used it to apply the highlight shade to my brow bone. I used Foxy from the Urban Decay Naked Basics palette, but any light, matte color will suffice. This brush is perfect to apply it and blend it seamlessly.
Sigma E36
To apply the crease colors I used the Sigma E36 Blending Brush. This brush is really small and tapered, so it's perfect for those of us with hooded lids, but is also great for those without hooded lids. It's really small, so it's easy to be precise. If you want to do a cut crease, this is the brush you need. The colors I used are Makeup Geek 'Peach Smoothie', Anastasia 'Morocco' and 'Fudge' from the Shadow Couture palette.
Sigma E21
I used the Sigma E21 Smudge brush to apply 'Morocco' and 'Fudge' under the lower lash line, as well as smudging my eyeliner on the top lash line. This brush is perfect for both of these, as well as applying color to the inner corners of your eyes.
Sigma E11
To apply my eyeliner, I used the Sigma E11 Eye Liner brush. This brush is tiny and perfect for detailed liner and for applying winged liner. This time, I used it to apply a very thin line of gel liner, which I smudged afterward. I think this would be the perfect liner brush for the new Stila Ink Cushion Liners.
Sigma f90
Lastly, I used the Sigma F90 Fan Brush to apply highlight powder to my cheekbones and cupid's bow. This brush applies just the right amount, and blends it thoroughly. It gives a very natural glow.
The highlight shade I used is the Highlight powder from the IT Cosmetics Vitality Face Disk.
After using these brushes, I really want to try more. I've used the Sigma F80, F40 and Sigma F84 for quite some time and I love them both for applying foundation and cream products. 
Here are the products I used for the rest of my face:
Too Faced HangoveRx Primer
Nars Sheer Glow Foundation
MAC Pro Longwear Concealer
Too Faced Primed and Poreless powder
Too Faced Sun Bunny Bronzer
Wet n Wild Contour Duo
IT Cosmetics Vitality disk highlight
NARS Eye Primer
Nyx Brow Gel
UD Naked Basics
Anastasia Shadow Couture Palette
Makeup Geek Foiled Shadows
UD 24/7 Liner
MAC Blacktrack Fluid Line
Benefit They're Real Mascara
Colourpop 'Trap' Liquid Matte Lipstick
Those are all of the products I used for this look. I'll post another one soon, let me know if there's anything specific you'd like to see!
Sigma has had a lot of releases lately with makeup and brushes, and I'm eager to try more things. What should I try next?
Thanks for reading!

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