Review

Review: Sigma Miss Taylor Kabuki Brush

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A few days back Sigma had sent me their Miss Taylor kabuki brush for being a part of their affiliate program. I was definitely very excited to finally receive the package, and upon opening the box I was totally very pleased. I have ordered and bought many items online and most often than not I am left disappointed by the poor packaging or worst by the quality of the product. With Sigma, I am way more than satisfied that the brush came in with a very secure box, and even with a post card note. Miss Taylor retails at Sigma’s website for $25 [not including shipping] and as you all know I am very straight forward with my reviews. I’d definitely give them 5 out of 5 stars for their shipping and handling.


Kabuki Brush

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with protective lid

lid slides down like a lipstick case

very soft bristles

close-up view

full view

cam-whoring shot

me with the Miss Taylor kabuki brush


Packaging

Product Quality

Price

Verdict: It definitely lives up to its name as applying powdered products had been professionally designed to tickle everyone’s fancy. It’s a very gentle and soft and glides perfectly for a glamorous finish. It comes in a retractable container that similar to a lipstick case and guarantees full protection to the bristles. Honestly, since I already got used to the retractable lipstick cases that are quite a little thick on its metallic rim, the kabuki cased left me a feeling a little too light. All else, I love the product and its quality.

Overall: 9/10 Miss Taylor retails at Sigma’s website for $25 [not including shipping] and as you all know I am very straight forward with my reviews. I’d definitely give them 5 out of 5 stars for their shipping and handling. The finish of the case is in metallic purple and is very light and sleek, and definitely worth the money.

FTC: Sigma Makeup sponsored Miss Taylor kabuki brush for my honest review. I was not compensated to make this entry. I am affiliated with Sigma but in no way does it affect my review and this is 100% my honest opinion.

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind KoreanDoll.net ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.

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