Sigma Dry’n Shape System

Have you seen Sigma’s new Dry’n Shape System[1. affiliate links] for makeup brushes? They just released it! I haven’t obviously tried it yet, but I’m really interested in it. I’ve been eyeing those brush guards for quite awhile now, but never actually purchased them. Mostly because between my cat and 3 year old I imagine I won’t have many left after a few days. This however looks right up my alley. What’s it designed to do you ask? Well let me tell you! This was made to completely dry your brushes in 4-6 hours, AND it re-shapes them for you. There’s a neat little video you can watch with a demonstration.

Taken from the website:

The Dry’n Shape provides the necessary pressure to bristles to quickly and efficiently remove water from every fibre. The fabric used to shape the bristles was specially engineered to accelerate water evaporation, resulting in a faster drying time for your brushes.

How do you use? Simple my friend, or at least it’s supposed to be! You wash your brushes like you normally would in brush cleaner or whatever you so choose, I personally wash mine with dish soap mixed with some grapeseed oil. Then you gently press out the extra water and place your brushes into the smallest band that your brush will fit into. You’ll want to make sure that the bristles are firmly compressed. Then you just wait 4-6 hours for the magic to happen and Voila! Dry brushes! It’s $29 from Sigma, which is a pretty good price. Oh and remember if you spend $30 or more you get a free gift, who doesn’t love a free gift? You can also get $10 off their bestselling premium kit. Don’t forget Sigma ships worldwide! Just a heads up also, I’ll be receiving a brush for review soon and also giving one away. :d So you should be looking forward to that!

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  • I’ve always wanted to try Sigma brushes, but I’ve never had the chance. I don’t know how much I would use a drying thing like that, though.