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This brush is good to apply eye shadow for a large area and I love how it brings out the effect on my eye shadow, and it is so fluffy, the brush is so soft, but I would prefer a smaller size that may fit my eye even more.

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Perfect crease brush

This is my absolute favourite brush to blend any colour I'm putting on my crease! I reach for this one every time, even though I have so many crease blending brushes. It is the perfect size and length, it buffs out colours so smooth without absorbing any of the pigment.

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One word - Famazing

It is fantastic and amazing on the crease! It blends out any harsh line and makes the eyeshadows seem so seamless. If you are into soft contouring for the nose, this works perfect too! One of my holy grail brushes.

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Love!

I love Sigma brushes. They are good quality and they last a long time even through multiple washes. I love this brush to darken the outer corner of my eyes. And it does an amazing job and blending the colour out as well. The brush is so soft and not scratchy at all! Definitely worth the buy.

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MAC 217 dupe

This brush and sigma E35 are dupes for MAC 217. I find that this works best when used as a blending brush for cream eyeshadows like on instances when I'm working with eyeshadow sticks like any Terry Blackstar or TheBalm eyeshadow sticks. The bristles are soft and packed tightly.

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Best blending brush for Asian eyes

Love this brush specifically for blending in eye shadow to the crease. E40 is too large for eyes like mine (Asian) and this is just nice for blending crease shadow or blending out harsh lines. Definitely a must-have if you love playing around with eye shadow.

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Like it!

I used to use the sigma tapered blending brush, but after a few washes that started to shed on me and was getting a little prickly. Tried this one for a month or so, haven't washed it yet but I like the blend better and the bristles feel softer.

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Not a very nice brush

I have read lot of good reviews on this brush so had a high expectation on it. Was very disappointed with the brush. The bristles are too hard and it is very scratchy when used it on eyelid. I can't really blend eyeshadow at my crease with this brush because it is quite painful with the hard bristles. Not recommend to buy this sigma brush

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slightly big for my tiny monolids

depending on your eyeshape and intended usage of the brush, this might be too big for us asians with small monolids. i'd like to use this for outer 1/3 of the eyes, which it's definitely usable for. and fluffy enough that it wouldnt deposit too much color in one go. but it's just abit too big for me to do more precise work. 

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Good blending brush

This brush actually lives up to its name. It really does give a diffused, feathered look when I use it to blend the eyeshadow on my crease. Aside from blending my eyeshadow beautifully, I also use it to apply powder contour  on the sides of my nose. I wouldn't label this as a must-have (thus, the 4 stars), but If you're into collecting great quality brushes, I'd say give this one a go :)

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Sephora works best with portrait mode.