July 10, 2015

Beauty ~ Comparisons Between Mac 275 Angle Shader Brush and Sigma E70 Medium Angled Shading Brush

Mac 275 Angle Brush and Sigma E70 Angle Brush

When I sit down and play in my makeup, I'm always grabbing two distinct brushes, the first one is my flat shader brushes and the second are my angle brushes. I have two angled brushes that I love which are by Mac and Sigma. I'm sure there are other brands of angled brushes out there but I ahve never had a need to try any other brands for some reason.  My favorite is by Sigma just because it's slightly larger and covers the part of the lid right above the crease.  This has been really important to me because when you have hooded eyelids, accentuating the area right above the crease opens up the eyes just a bit more.  Now that I have had #blepharoplasty, upper #eyelidsurgery, I no longer have that problem.


Mac 275 Angle Brush and Sigma E70 Angle Brush

 Sigma E70 Medium Angled Shading Brush

  • Cost $14.00
  • Features soft and angled beveled edges great for applying shadow or highlighters to the brow bone or shadows softly to the lid.
  • Use for brow highlighting or to blend the crease.
  • Comes in three sizes, short, medium, long.
  • Sigma brushes are made using synthetic fibers.

Mac 275 Angle Shader Brush
  • Cost $25.00
  • Features soft smooth fibers hand assembled with nickel plated ferrules.
  • For applying, contouring or blending eyeshadows.
  • Comes in one size.
  • Mac brushes are made using goat hair (but you won't find this on the website).


Mac 275 Angle Brush and Sigma E70 Angle Brush