Sigma Beauty was founded in 2009 by Rene Xavier Filho and Simone Xavier. In 2012 they opened their first store in Minnesota and now have over 250 retailers in over 70 countries.
Their mission statement is simply to provide beauty fans with the latest innovations in cosmetics and tools, with exceptional quality and excellent customer service being the key.
We stock a huge range of Sigma brushes, cosmetics and tools so here’s a run down of some the highlights and must-haves. Sigma Brushes are very high quality and there is quite literally a brush for everything.
f you know exactly what you are looking for it is unlikely you won’t be able to find it, but you’re starting from scratch, building up a collection of brushes, then one of the brush sets might be just what you are looking for. If you are looking for brushes to pop in your hand bag then the Color Pop Brush Set (£22.95) is just the thing. Included is an eye shadow blending brush, an eye shading brush as well as a contour brush, all housed in a storage tin.
The 7 Piece Eye Brush Set (£59.95) contains seven high quality brushes in a mixture of synthetic and natural brushes. Included is an Eyeliner Brush, a Pencil Brush, a Tapered Blending Brush, an Eye Shading Brush, a large Shader Brush, a small Angle Brush and a medium Angled Shading Brush. Everything you will need to create your eye make up looks.
Our final Brush Set pick is the SigmaTech Essential Set (£95.95). This set contains a selection of synthetic fibre brushes designed to out-perform traditional natural fibre brushes. They are antibacterial, hypoallergenic and maintain their shape. Included in this set is the Soft Blend Concealer Brush, the Duo Fibre Powder/Blush Brush, the Medium Sweeper Brush, the Tapered Blending Brush, the Exact Blend Brush, the Small Tapered Blending Brush and finally the Winged Liner Brush. This set should cover most of your cosmetic application needs.
If you’re investing in brushes it may be worth checking out the Sigma Dry n’ Shape Tower (£30.95). A stand designed to completely dry and shape up to 48 of your brushes at once after washing. It is also worth considering the Sigma Spa Brush Cleaning mat (£25.50). This mat has suction cups on its underside for securing to your sink or work surface and has several different textures to wash your brushes ensuring quick and thorough cleansing.
Sigma Beauty don’t just focus on brushes and accessories, they have a quality line of cosmetics that are well worth investigating. Of particular note are the Lip Switch Lip Glosses (£11.50 each) that offer a hint of colour with a holographic finish, the Eye Shadow Palettes (£30.95) that each house twelve shadows and don’t forget to check out the brow products.
We’ve only mentioned here a very small selection of what Sigma have to offer so do explore the brand the range is extensive and there is something for everyone in a great range of price brackets.