Sigma: Bloody-Good Power Stick Lipstick Review

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Hi, I'm back, and yes I know it has been awhile. I took a big break there which was truly needed for a few months, but now I'm itching to get back to writing and reviewing. I didn't give up on makeup during my time off and came across some gems along the way. I was sent some Sigma products and I have to say I'm impressed. It's a brand that went under my radar for awhile but now that I've had the opportunity to discover their products I will be bringing you my thoughts over the coming weeks.

Autumn is here and that usually means I have red lipstick out and ready to be worn. The Sigma Power Stick in the shade Bloody-Good was completely new to me and one that I have been enjoying.

Sigma: Bloody-Good Power Stick Lipstick

The formula is creamy and glides straight on without catching or sinking into lines. You won't find any parabens, sulphates, phthalates, mineral oil, casein in the formula either. I believe there are six shades to choose from, with a mix of vivid and neutral colours. The pigmentation is super impressive, with no skipping or patchiness to be seen anywhere with this particular shade. 

Sigma: Bloody-Good Power Stick Lipstick

The tomato red shade is a lovely warm, orange/red, which I think is perfect for this time of year. The colour is bright and vivid especially on my pale skin, so it's not for the timid. 


Sigma: Bloody-Good Power Stick Lipstick

I also want to touch on the packaging which has a magnetic closure which I love, and it also has a bit of weight in the bullet which adds to it feeling like a luxury lipstick. The price is around €22.95 here in Ireland which is a step above MAC, which is the only thing I feel conflicted over even when I take into consideration that Sigma have 3.2g & MAC 3g. Overall I really love the shade of this particular lipstick and the comfort of it. It's creamy, matte, and pigmentated, what's not to love!

Sigma: Bloody-Good Power Stick Lipstick Review

Fun Facts about Sigma Creators: Simone Oliveira Xavier and her husband, Rene Xavier Filho founded the company in their basement in 2008. Oliveira holds a PhD in infectious diseases and was a veterinarian. Not only that but she also holds two patents involving swine medicine!

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Comments

  1. Ah love the red colour on you, as much as I’m loving Matte lipstick lately you can’t beat a creamy one to glide on xx Siobhán

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    1. Thanks Siobhán. It's so hard to find a comfortable matte to wear especially now in the middle of this cold weather. Xxx

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