Just a few days ago my new Sigma P88 Precision Flat Angled Brush arrived in the mail, and from the moment I opened up my box I was smitten!
The unique shape to this brush makes it really fun to work with, and has been especially handy for applying concealer, not just under and around the eye area but anywhere on my face that needs it. I actually have never owned a brush that comes close to being anything like it. I think it’s Sigma’s most unique one yet.
How does it feel? As far as “density” goes it is surprisingly not too hard at all, and quite soft. It belongs to Sigma’s Synthetic Essential Kit, so yes the bristles are of the Synthetic Sigmax line. I now own 5 of the 10 from the kit:)
The P88 Precision Flat Angled brush actually has a lot of surface area, it’s fairly wide for such a small, short brush. Hopefully my photos (scroll down below) can help give you an idea of the size and shape. You will see that the length is no longer than my pinky finger nail, the “imprint” it gives is about the same size as my ring finger print gives off on the surface. The angle is pretty extreme too, so it gets into those hard to get places super easily.
Let me know if you plan on getting the P88 brush, if you already have it (and also if you got the new F88 Flat Angled Kabuki too which I held off from)!
By the way, until the end of August you can get 10% off your Sigma order using the code SAVE2012.
p.s. I have to apologize for the quality of my photos… I had to use my phone as I forgot my Canon at home – I’m on vacay;)
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