Sigmax P88, F88 Comparison Photos, Review: Sigmax Kabuki Kit, Precision Kit

I took some comparison photos of Sigma’s latest Sigmax brushes (to be released on Wednesday, July 11, 2012). Some of you were asking for comparison shots with the original Sigmax brushes, so I went crazy and produced this picture heavy post. Enjoy the comparison photos and excuse the spotty brushes as I use these brushes daily so they’re always dusted in color. These brushes are really great for covering getting every area of your face. The Sigma F88 ($16) and Sigma P88 ($14) brushes will be sold individually and in the discounted updated 5-piece Synthetic Kabuki Kit and Synthetic Precision Kit.

Sigmax F88 and P88 brushes review
Sigma Sigmax P88 Precision Flat Angled Brush and F88 Flat Angled Kabuki Brush
Sigma 5 piece synthetic kit review
Another view of Sigma’s latest, Synthetic Sigmax brushes. Soft bristles made from synthetic, organic fibers!

Many Sigmax comparison pictures after the jump!

Sigma F88 compared with F80 and F84
Sigmax F88 compared with the Sigmax F80 and Sigmax F84. The Sigma F88 is a mix of the two brushes, both angled and flat top.

Sigma sigmax synthetic kabuki kit comparison photos and review
All the Sigmax Synthetic Kabuki brushes together. These will all be sold together in the updated 5-Piece Synthetic Kabuki Kit (price to be declared).

Sigma p88 precision kit comparison photos and review
All the Sigmax Synthetic Precision brushes together. These will all be sold together in the updated 5-Piece Synthetic Precision Kit (price to be declared).

Sigma Synthetic Sigmax Brushes Review
The complete Sigmax Synthetic brushes. The Sigmax fibers are seriously the softest makeup bristles.

Sigma sigmax brushes review and photo comparisons
Colorful shot of the synthetic brushes. Can you guess which brushes I use for what?

synthetic sigmax brushes reviews
These brushes are made up of the best bristles in my collection.

How do these brushes compare? You all know my favorite foundation brush has always been the F80. It is my absolute go to foundation brush for liquid, cream and mineral foundation. I even use it to dab on loose powder! Well, I think the F88 is officially my new favorite. The F88 is extremely similar to the F80 in density and straight edge, but it is at an angle that makes it more convenient to work with around the nose area and nooks of the face. It is not different enough from the F80 to make it a necessity if you already own the F80, but it is a good compliment and one of the better brushes to have in your collection.

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