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.

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?


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

    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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