I've decided to add a new series of posts to my blog, called Brush Bar. In this series, I'll be selecting individual brushes from my collection and telling you what I think about them.
First up is the Sigma E40 brush (formerly known as the Sigma SS224, but they changed their numbers). This brush retails individually for $9. Click here to visit Sigma's website!
This brush, made of natural hairs, is supposed to be the dupe for the MAC 224, but I personally think it is bigger in comparison. I find that this brush is best for blending out harsh lines, blending colors together, or applying any colors that I want covering the majority of my crease+ area (I like using it with "best friend" colors like MAC Modelette). This brush is a little too big to apply a dark crease color with... it's just too fluffy and applies it to too broad of an area.
To give you a better idea of it's size, here it is in between a (dirty!) MAC 239 and MAC 217 brush.
What is your favorite blending brush?