Brigette’s Boutique has their own line of makeup brushes ranging
from $5-10. You can view the entire range along with their brush sets and
various accessories here.
To my surprise, when I first touched this brush I was
delighted by its softness. It is super, super soft but the bristles are not as dense and tightly packed as of Sigma brushes are. The angled brush
fits perfectly into the contours of my cheeks. The bristles are well-shaped and
have a very silky feel. But the extra
softness and silkiness makes the brush lose some of its stiffness and as a
result this brush does not have a good picking power. You really have to work
to get the product on your face.
By far, I have not seen any shedding by the brush. The
duo-tone bristles and the black wooden handle adds to the superior
look which is very similar to Sigma brushes.
However, this brush costs $9.95 which of course is not too expensive but
neither too cheap, since you can get the Real
Technique brushes for the same price with better picking power and a classier
If you are looking for a brush that could do for a replacement of Sigma Angled Kabuki F84then this could be your answer at half the price and somewhatsimilar look.
The brush lacks picking power but would have made up for it, if it was priced a little less.
Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review, I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.