Sigma Mr. Bunny Travel Kit Review!

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Sigma Mr. Bunny Black Travel Kit

The Sigma Mr. Bunny Brush Sets are Sigma’s synthetic, or vegan version of their Make Me Up Brush (which I own and love) Collection.

If you’re familiar with Sigma Brushes, this set uses the same “Sigmax HD Fibers” as the popular F80 Flat Top Synthetic Kabuki. The bristles are super soft and fluffy, and although they are synthetic, the bristles higher quality than synthetic brushes you may find at the drugstore (Ecotools, etc).

This set includes:

Pencil E30 – Precise application of color on the crease, outer corner, upper and lower lash line.
Tapered Blending E40 – Rounded and tapered top. Specially designed to apply and blend color on the crease.
Eye Shading E55 – Soft and dense with a rounded finish. Can be used to apply pressed or loose eye shadows and pigments.
Small Angle E65 – Essential for the application of gel or cream eye liner on the upper and lower lash line.
Large Powder F30 – Very dense with a rounded top. Ideal to apply powder products on face and body.
Large Angled Contour F40 – The angled shape makes this brush ideal to apply blush or contour shades.
Foundation F60 – Can be used to apply liquid or cream foundation. Recommended to apply moisturizers and conceal large areas.

All of the brushes have the same name as the regular Sigma brushes, so it might be a little confusing, but you can’t actually order these brushes separately, which may be the reason.

Sigma Mr. Bunny Black Travel Kit

Sigma Mr. Bunny Black Travel Kit

I’ve been using these brushes all week, and I’m excited to share my thoughts with you!
Firstly in most brush sets, I don’t care what the brand is, there’s always a dud in the brush set – meaning there’s usually a brush in the set that doesn’t perform as well as the others, the quality isn’t as good or it’s just a brush you wouldn’t have much use for. I’m really pleased with this set as every single brush is useful and they are all of very good quality.
I’ve had lots of experience with Sigma Brushes and I’m really happy with the quality of the handles. With many lower-end brushes, the ferrules (metal part) will come loose, or come apart completely. I haven’t experienced it with any of my Sigma brushes, and you can tell from holding these brushes that they will last a very long time.
My favorite brush of the set is the F30 Large Powder Brush. So far I’ve used it for setting powder and for liquid foundation, and I really like this brush for applying foundation. Although it’s not very dense, it does a really good job blending in the foundation for a really soft, natural finish. 
I don’t really like using synthetic bristle brushes for powder blushes and bronzers – my personal preference is natural bristles, as they typically apply the product lighter and disperse the product more evenly. I’ve been using the F30 Large Angled Brush for powder bronzer and blush, and it actually performs very well, applying the product evenly. 
I’ve been using the F60 Foundation Brush for applying liquid concealer and the bristles are very soft and remain soft even after the bristles are covered in product. I’ve also been using the E40 Tapered Blending Brush for concealer and I absolutely love it. I use to really love using my MAC 224 Tapered Blending Brush for concealer, but after having the brush shed each time I used it, I stopped using it for liquid products and now only use it for powder. I’m so happy to have a good quality synthetic brush to use for concealer. The tapered tip works wonderfully for lightly buffing the product in and distributing product evenly on the skin.
As far as the other three brushes, I’ve been using the E55 Eye Shading brush to apply my eyeshadow base to my lids, or to pack color on the lids (I find synthetic brushes work best for heavy color application). It’s also great for applying a wash of color to my lids or for applying my MAC Paint Pots.
The E30 Brush is a bit small and dense for a crease brush (but still works) and I actually really like using it to smudge eyeshadow across my lashline for a “smokey” look. 
The E65 Small Angle Brush is your typical angle brush, and works great for filling in the brows and applying eyeliner.

Here’s a comparison of the regular F30 and F40 Brush to see the difference in the size of the brush head and the length of the handles. Because the Mr. Bunny Set is a travel brush kit, the handles are shorter and the brush heads are a bit smaller.

Here’s a comparison to the regular Sigma Brush Cup. As you can see, it’s about half the size.

The set retails for $59 for seven brushes and a brush cup. If you divide it by the number of brushes (minus the cup), it’s about $8.43 a brush. Of course there are other options out there for inexpensive brushes (Coastal Scents, Ecotools, ELF, Forever 21, etc.) but there will definitely be a difference in the quality of the bristles. If you’re looking for a basic synthetic brush set, I’d say this is a great set to look into.

Price: $59, Sigma.

Also, I placed an order for the Sigma Tapered Highlighter and Tapered Face Brush, so I should have reviews for those up soon. I used the code ‘APRIL2012’ for 10% off!

17 thoughts on “Sigma Mr. Bunny Travel Kit Review!

  1. great review. i recently picked up the same set, mrs. bunny collection, and while it is a nice well-structured set i found that overall it wasn't as soft my previous sigmax synthetic brush kit, which was quite strage as they use the same sigmax HD synthetic fibres. A nice set to have nonetheless.


  2. Hi Natty, your reviews are always the most comprehensive – I find them so helpful. If I could offer one small suggestion for brush reviews in particular: I find photos that show the relative size of a brush in relation to your face to be more helpful than comparisons to other brushes which I may not have.

    Not for all the brushes, but for brushes like the E30 pencil brush or the F40 large angled contour brush. It would be nice to see the size in relation to your eye crease/outer-V and apples/contour of your cheeks!


  3. Hey Natty! I am a new blogger and follower. Was googling which Sigma brush set to treat myself to and came across your site, after seeing this post I hopped on to the Sigma website and bought it! Long wait to get to England though, the postage was phenomenal xxx


  4. Does the travel size brush cup hold normal size Sigma brushes? I am considering purchasing one of Sigma's travel brush kits. I have the normal size Sigma F80 (Flat Top Kabuki) brush. Do you think it would fit? I am trying to decide between the travel size and the normal size kits.

    ~ Almakr101


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