My next favorite brush is of course the muct have kabuki brush. There is usually a kabuki brush and a baby kabuki brush, so which ever you prefer to use. This is the ss182 which is comparable to the MAC 182. This brush is great to apply powders, or buff in your powder foundation for that flawless airbrushed look. Some might use this for liquid foundations but i wouldnt really recommend it because its big and wont be able to apply the foundation evenly to small areas such as around your nose, and under the eye. If the liquid foundation isn't buffed into your skin really well, it will tend to look cakey and at times very ugly and noticable. So you really need the right brush to apply your liquid foundation.
Ok, this brush counts as one since my point was to talk about the eye liner brush. There are people that prefer a straight one which is the one below or the bent eyeliner brush which is the one on the top. I personally prefer the bent eyeliner brush since it wont be a hassle applying your liquid, cream, or gel liners. With the straight brush, your arm can easly get in the way and you have to move around a lot to get a perfectly lined eye. Whereas teh bent brush you hold it in only one position since nothing is getting in the way. The bottom brush is ss266 which is comparable to the MAC 266 and the one on the top i ordered from AVON for $1.99! I know, teh price is awesome and so is the brush. The avon brush is precise and great for its price, the hairs arent sticking out all over the place like some cheap brushes do, and i love to use it more than my sigma one.
The next must have brush is for the eyes, its a shader brush. Its the ss239 which is comparable to the MAC 239. You can use this brush to apply eyeshadow( of course, thats what its made for lol), you can use this brush to put color in the crease, to blend, and to highlight the brow bone. So, its kind of the multi tasker eye brush. Yes, i noticed it isnt white like the MAC brush, but it works the same if not better. Anoth thing about this sigma company is the lady that makes these has of course all of the MAC brushes. She tests them and figures out the flaws of the MAC brushes and fixes them when she makes her own brushes. So some brushes from MAC might be stiff or not have enough hairs packed, or not exactly have the right shape to apply the make up better in a certain area, well this lady fixes the flaws and makes them just perfect! I've seen lots of people on youtube recommend the sigma brushes over MAC brushes, since there are some flaws, which is great news, now you guys dont have to spend as much :)