Sonia G Master Face Brush is a brush.
Master Face Brush is supposed to be used for powder foundation, setting, buffing, blending, and bronzer and blush brush (the latter function more based on precision requirements). I could see this being best for powder foundation as it has a denser, more dome-shaped brush head that would pick up product more evenly and deposit with greater coverage compared to the dispersion preferred with a translucent setting powder.
For me, it felt a bit too dense for all-over application with something like Guerlain Meteorites and didn't diffuse as naturally as a result (I liked the Worker Fan brush with the Meteorites more). For setting powder, I also felt like it was a bit dense and rounded, so it didn't fit as well into nooks and crooks of my face for all-over application, though the denser brush head made it better for anyone prefers to press setting powder into place over sweeping or dusting it on. Wit this brush, I felt like it could work for the products mentioned, but I didn't feel like it was the best for that purpose.
It has a larger brush head, so it would work well for those who tend to apply bronzer all over, but I'd only see it being workable with a sheer to medium-coverage bronzer. For blush, I think it would be too large for most facial features. It was most useful to me as a blending/buffing brush, and I felt like it did a great job here--it effectively diffused and softened harsh edges without too much effort and the bristles were smooth so that they didn't lift and push around base products while doing so.
- It is made out of brown and white saikoho goat hair.
- 178mm total length, 38mm hair length, 20mm ferrule width