** Kit was sent to me for review purposes. All opinions are unbiased & my own.
Last year I got myself the Sigma Synthetic Kabuki Kit and I thought of how cool it would be if they had smaller counterparts. A few months later Sigma released their precision kit. My prayer was answered, right? Yet the price I had to pay was something my wallet didn't agree with me on, so I decided not to purchase it. Lucky for me, one of my favorite "beauty products store", Beauty Cosmetics released their own version of the face precision kit at a lower and much more affordable price! Read on to know how I feel about this kit after testing it out for a month.
Round Precision Brush - or applying eyeshadow base or primer to lid, can also be used to blend concealer under eye area.
Out of the 5 brushes in the kit, this happens to be my favorite. It is very versatile and is packed with just the right density for it to create a very flawless look. I like using this to blend out my under eye concealer and also to blend out concealer applied on the sides of my nose.
Tapered Precision Brush - for exact placement of concealer in harder to reach areas such as sides of the nose, around the eyes, chin and around the mouth.
This is my second favorite out of the 5 brushes. I use this mostly for application purposes rather than blending purposes. I find it easier to apply my under eye concealer with this brush. I also use this brush to apply concealer on hard to reach areas like the sides of my nose and I use the very tip of this brush for spot concealing small problem areas.
Angled Precision Brush - for applying products to areas such as sides of the nose and hollows of the cheeks.
Before this brush came along, I had a difficult time sculpting and contouring my nose. *LOL* Needless to say, this brush really comes in handy for contouring my nose as well as giving added definition to the contours of your cheek. I also use this to blend my under eye concealer when my round precision brush isn't available.
Slanted Precision Brush - flat angled precision brush designed for applying concealer anywhere on the face.
I like using the slanted precision brush to apply and blend out my eyeshadow primer/base. I find it a handy tool for this purpose.
Flat Top Precision Brush - ideal for applying concealer on Sun spots, blemishes or any small imperfections on the face.
I use the flat top precision brush for spot concealing as well. I usually reach for this particular brush when I have a rather large pimple or bump to cover up. Also this is a good brush to use when you want to "stipple" on concealer or an extra layer of foundation on a small area of your face.
I've brought all 5 brushes when I have makeup gigs because they help a lot!
I definitely recommend them because they are functional, affordable & cruelty free (since they are made of synthetic hairs).
I love them so much that I've decided to give away 1 kit to 1 lucky reader!
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Janna Joshelle is a 20-something 90's kid who calls herself Jannie. She grew up watching Nickelodeon and Disney channel shows. She mainly blogs about beauty but is in the process of transitioning to a lifestyle&personal blog soon. Oh and she's also a registered nurse that works in the operating room.
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