REVIEW | Tokidoki Pittura Brush Set ON SALE RIGHT NOW!Monday, August 06, 2012
Okay, so I lied about my next post being a foundation review. I just wanted to get this review up as soon as possible because unfortunately, Tokidoki is going to be leaving Sephora so everything is practically on clearance sale.
|Top: Sigma E55|
Bottom: Tokidoki Mozzarella Eyeshadow Brush
The Mozzarella eyeshadow brush is bit more denser, a lot more stiffer but still VERY soft and fluffy. The E55 is soft but sheds soooooooo much it drives me crazy! And it's not as dense as the Tokidoki brush.
One thing to keep in mind is that the Tokidoki brush is slightly bigger than the E55 but it's not a big deal for me.
|Top: Sigma E40 (from the Make Me Classy/Essential Kit|
Middle: Sigma E35 (from the Premium Kit)
Tokidoki Adios Amigos Crease Brush
Again, Tokidoki wins again. And I'm not being prejudice just because the packaging is a lot cuter. I have a lot of brushes in my collection since I am a brush whore so I have quite a bit of blending/crease brushes and none of them could fit my eye shape well.
The Adio Amigos brush is soooooooooooooo soft and blends eyeshadow very well! It's the perfect size for my eye shape (keep in mind I have a sort of hooded, monolid eyes).
I always thought the E40 is just tooooo big and wide for my eyes.
The E35 is better than the E40 in my opinion in size but it's too dense for me for a blending brush. And I don't know why, but the ferrule (metal part) of the brush is turning black. I find a lot of my brushes from the Premium kit have these weird black spots on the ferrule.
The Tokidoki brush has just the right amount of density and softness to be a GREAT blending brush. Also because it is synthetic, you can use it for concealer and it will give a great airbrushes finish but I prefer it for eyeshadow.
|Top: Sigma E65|
Bottom: Tokidoki Donutella Angled Eyeliner Brush
The Donutella brush is a bit shorter than the E65 so it's sharper and a LOT stiffer (but still soft) and for me, it's a bit easier for me to do winged eyeliner looks with gel eyeliner.
The E65 is probably one of the few Sigma brushes I still use. The E65 is synthetic so I guess it's still animal cruelty free. It's not as stiff or thin as the Tokidoki brush which makes it great for filling in eyebrows.
- FREAKING CUTE PACKAGING
- Soft and fluffy!!
- Great for its price (but right now it's a whole lot cheaper!)
- The blending brush fits my eye shape! :oooooooo
- I JUST LOVE EVERYTHING!!
Not so likes:
- Tokidoki won't be at Sephora anymore :c
So if you want this brush set WHICH I HIGHLY RECOMMEND, you should get it now before it gets sold out because it won't be at Sephora anymore! I think you should order it online because they're getting rid of it at Sephora stores but they still have a bunch online. Order here: http://www.sephora.com/pittura-brush-set-P266809
Hope this review helped! Sorry this was really rushly typed. I wanted to get this up ASAP!