Saturday, 22 June 2013

Review: Sigma Brush clean - Brush Spa

 This gloves have been raved a lot in the Blogging world. It was marketed as a tool where it will bring you to a new experience to wash your brushes. It will ease and make you fell in love with washing brushes.

I was not very sure how it could provide a good experience. So I got it from the Sigma Website and asked one of the ladies from USA to send me. The glove consists of 3 parts.

1. Wash
 2. Rinse
3. Refine

I love the packaging. It is so compact and teaches you how to wash your brush thoroughly.

Normally I use my brush cleanser to clean my brushes. I thought that I have cleansed the brushes thoroughly and disinfected it well. However, I was completely wrong. You may see the video below to see what has happened.


Description:
The Sigma Beauty Sigma Spa™ Brush Cleaning Glove was specially designed as a quick, easy and effective method to deep clean your makeup brush collection. The revolutionary device offers a variety of necessary textures and surfaces for removing all makeup from brushes while using only a small amount of cleaning solution. The dual-sided glove provides a complete cleaning process for both eye and face brushes. Patent pending.
 
Brush Cleaning How-To:
1. WASH - Add a small amount of cleaning solution and water to glove and swirl brush on ‘Wash’ texture to begin deep cleaning the brush(es).
2. RINSE - Place brush under running water and sweep brush back and forth on the ‘Rinse’ texture of the glove to remove makeup residue & soap.
3. REFINE - Swirl brush on the ‘Refine’ texture of the glove for an added deep cleaning
4. RINSE - Place brush under running water & sweep brush back and forth on the ‘Rinse’ texture for a final rinse.
5. SHAPE - Reshape brush bristles by placing brush head on the ‘Shape’ section of the glove while squeezing with your hand to remove excess water.


I was amazed that so many products are being washed off from the gloves. Now I change my brush washing routine to spot cleaning every single week and then using the gloves to wash the brushes every weekend. I would also use a brush guard to hold the hairs in place :)

I had a good experience with Sigma Gloves and it really brought me to another heaven.
You can find their brush gloves here.

Do you have similar experience? Any tips to clean brushes?

2 comments:

  1. omg u made me vy curious abt it now...but it's kind of expensive :(

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    1. I think normal gloves can serve the same purpose :P I was so freak out when I saw those makeup residue coming off the water.

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