*Breaking Beauty* Sigma Launches Individual Eyeshadows & Brow Products!

As of Monday Sigma beauty has launched the much awaited individual products from their eyeshadow and brow palettes.  I’m sooooo relieved because I’m getting down the the bottom of “triomphe” in the Paris palette, it’s my go-to right now to make my brown eyes POP!  Below is the official press release.

Individual Eye Shadows

sigma individual eyeshadows

Choose from 30 unique eye shadow shades from the Bare, Dare, Flare and Paris Palettes. The low price point allows customers to pick and choose their favorite shades and build their personalized collection of Sigma shadows.

What: 30 individual shades from the Bare, Dare, Flare and Paris Palettes. Finishes include matte, sheen, duo-chrome, frost, dimensional frost and glimmer.

Cost: $11 each

Collection Status: Permanent and will continue to expand

Individual Brow Products

sigma beauty individual brow products
Due to high demand, we developed a collection of new individual brow products. The Dual-ended Brow Pencil (medium/dark), Dual-ended Brow Highlighting Pencil (matte/shimmer), and Dual-ended Brow Gel (clear/tinted) are favorites from the Brow Design Kit. For those who already own the Brow Design Kit, you can purchase the individual products to replenish your kit when your favorite component runs out! If you do not own the kit, this is also a great opportunity to choose the elements that you want to try.
The Brow Powder Duos are ALL NEW! You can now select the shade that is perfect for you! Choose from Light, Medium Dark and Auburn.


What: From the Beauty Expert – Brow Design Kit: The Brow Pencil, Highlighting Pencil, and Brow Gel.

ALL NEW: Brow powder duos in Light, Auburn, Medium and Dark

Cost: Brow Pencil – $12, Highlighting Pencil – $12, Brow Gel – $12, Brow Powder Shades – $14

Collection Status: Permanent

xoxo Heather



Glam It Up!

Ok so tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I wanted to test out this eye look.  Little touch of glam don’t you think?  It was really easy to do too!!! Here’s what I did…

1. While applying my concealer I smudged a little on my eyelid from lash to brow. (Extra staying power!)

2. I used a dark bronze brown creme eye shadow from lashes to crease, then applied a coordinating shadow on top.