On Tuesday, you could have seen my makeup tutorial on how to deep clean your makeup brushes and take care of them. If you haven’t seen the video, make sure to check it out. Just to note, this was a PR sample sent to me from my affiliates. Today, I am going to do the expected detailed makeup review of the new Sigma Beauty Spa brush cleaning glove. In this makeup review I will write about a few things, which I find, are important to mention before you buy or if you decided to buy this brush cleaning glove. I know that some people bashed this product but I will be honest I love it but there are things which I think could have been different.
Sigma Spa Brush Cleaning Glove
The makeup review of Sigma Spa brush cleaning glove really won’t be to long. So, let me write what Sigma Beauty’s website claims about this product. Sigma claims this is a specially designed deep cleaning glove that has different textures and surfaces to remove makeup off your makeup brushes. With this dual-ended glove (for face & eye brushes) you will save the amount of cleaning solution (aka soap). This is a unique brush cleaning tool that current Sigma Beauty has a patent pending on it. The brush consists of wash, rinse, refine, rinse and shape. It not only helps you clean your brushes but it also helps you reshape them after washing.
Sigma Beauty Brush Cleaning Glove Pros & Cons
Now, you might have seen my demonstration how I use it and I have mentioned a few of the following issues. I think that there should have been two sizes since people with small hands might find the glove to bulky and too big. I found that the rinse textures were not even necessary but they were more helpful when washing my brushes then rinsing. The refine texture was great for removing any “left over” water. The reshape (thumb part) I found to be great to squeeze out any “leftover” water, but I didn’t find that it was good at reshaping my Sigma Beauty brushes. I always use my brush guard to reshape my brushes. The microfiber glove (within the glove) was absolutely required to hold the entire glove. I did like how my hand was dry while washing my brushes (I have very dry hands). I found that the texture on the glove really did help me properly deep clean my thick Sigma synthetic brushes and honestly I did use less soap. Now it’s time to complete the makeup review of Sigma Beauty Spa Brush Cleaning Glove.
Makeup review Sigma Beauty brush cleaning glove conclusion
To complete the makeup review Sigma Beauty Spa brush cleaning glove, I wanted to mention that honest the price is higher then I expected it to be. However, I do understand that production of such a glove that is filled with various textures does cost a lot. If you want to save 10% use my Sigma Beauty Coupon Code 2013 (click here) and get a free gift with all $30 purchases. I honestly do love this glove. I found that I did use less deep cleaning solution and that it really did an excellent job with my kabuki brushes that I always struggled to deep clean well. Overall I do like this a bit pricy but very helpful cleaning tool.
- works very good on deep cleaning thick synthetic brushes
- practical (both sides used well)
- textures are very good for face & eye brushes
- comes in various colours
- quality material
- size might be to big for some
- all textures are not honestly necessary
- reshape doesn’t really do a good job but is excellent for squeezing out any left over water
Are you going to buy it? Do you like Sigma Beauty products? How do you wash your makeup brushes?