Sigma’s Make Me Blush Travel Edition Brushes




Many years ago, Jane introduced me to this idea of having a travel canister for your brushes which double as a brush holder. I remember I ended up purchasing one for her for Christmas one year, but for whatever reason, I never got around to getting one for myself. Well recently, I’ve just acquired Sigma’s Make Me Blush Travel Edition brushes with the same kind of fabulous container and I don’t know how I ever did without

This pretty little travel set comes with 7 travel size Sigma brushes, and it just so happens to be a selection of their best-selling brushes from their Essential Kit. I love how soft the bristles are on each brush and how they pick up makeup effortlessly. They also blend color into the skin with ease, making me feel like a pro at applying my makeup!


And if you need a little guide for your brushes, like me, there’s a little pamphlet detailing what each brush should be used for. This is taken from their pamphlet:
Large Powder – F30: Ideal to apply powder products on face and body.
Large Angled Contour – F40: The angled shape makes this brush ideal to apply blush or contour shades.
Foundation – F60: Can be used to apply liquid or cream foundation. Recommended to apply moisturizers and conceal large areas.
Tapered Blending – E40: Specially designed to apply and blend color on the crease.
Eye Shading – E55: Can be used to apply pressed or loose eye shadows and pigments.
Pencil – E30: Precise application of color on the crease, outer corner, upper and lower lash line.
Small Angle – E65: Essential for the application of gel or cream eye liner on the upper and lower lash line.

The Sigma Make Me Blush Kit retails for $59. So tell me Beauty Nerds, how do you travel with your makeup brushes?

xoxo,

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  • http://www.jennstaz.com Jenn Staz

    After *finally* purchasing Sigma’s Premium Pro kit, I’m itching to buy more, even though I really don’t need brushes at this point. What I want to know is: what do people do with “old”, barely used brushes that aren’t used anymore?

    • http://www.thebeautynerd.com/ Connie

      I know the feeling in terms of wanting to buy more brushes – lol!  You can always give away some of your old brushes to friends who may not necessarily want to spend that much on brushes.  Especially if they are barely used, all you have to do is clean them and I’m sure you’ll have friends that would be happy to take it off your hands!

  • http://ellaprettyblog.blogspot.com/ Ellaprettyblog

    Gorgeous colors! I’d be very tempted by a set like this…but for now, I keep all my brushes in a Sigma travel brush roll – I think it has around 10 spaces and fits in all the brushes I need on a daily basis – so handy!

    • http://www.thebeautynerd.com/ Connie

      That is handy!  The roll up ones are definitely nice too…  Btw, are you going to the TBB meet up that’s coming up?

  • http://www.thebeautynerd.com/ Connie

    Completely agree! It has the whole package!!